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Verses Deleted In Modern Bible Versions

Verses Deleted In Modern Bible Versions

 Most people believe the new versions are just “harmless” updating of words and made easier to understand.

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Why Bible Is Not Complete without Paul Words ?

Why Bible Is Not Complete without Paul Words ?

as Christians says Its God Word… then I want to know …

Who gave Authority to Paul his own Words with God Words…

Answer Please ? kindly reply with proofs

Nigerian Christians Kill and Eat Muslims

Nigerian Christians Kill and Eat Muslims

Highlight: BBC reporter, Rob Walker witnesses Christian cannibalism {Audio link below}
At a point as the flesh is being roasted, someone says in Hausa language “…ni zuciyan na ke so…” meaning: “I want the heart”, while another person goes further to ask “…ka sa gishiri?” meaning: “…did you put some salt”?

You will Not see this news on any other news media! That is why we are your News Rescue!

September 29th, 2011

Birom Christians roasting their victims to eat NewsRescue- Jos, is one of the greatest epicenters of Muslim-Christian hate and intolerance in Nigeria.
Roughly torn between Muslims and Christians, it is at the epicenter of sectarian violence.

North Nigeria as a whole is stricken with some of the highest poverty levels in the world. With a 70-89% poverty level, this region compares with countries like Somalia, Eritrea and Bangladesh, while in contrast, South Nigeria, responsible for 90% of Nigeria’s bank deposits and loans, compares economically to countries like China and Korea. Due to the poverty prevalence figures, Nigeria’s former Central bank governor, Professor Soludo rightly concluded that the nation’s “very high level of poverty is essentially a Northern Phenomenon”

Related: NewsRescuePoverty in the North – A “Mayday” Call

Birom Christian youth burn cars and eat Muslims {NaijaPals}

It is well known that poverty, ignorance and disease are a dangerous triad. This deadly ignorance was again demonstrated on the 28th of August; Birom (Berom) Christians were recorded in this video, eating Muslims they had killed and roasted. The event occurred when Christians surrounded Muslims observing their Eid annual holy devotion. Due to a miscommunication with the police, there was no usual requested security at the venue, a necessity in polar Jos. Christian youth surrounded the praying Muslims, burned their cars, pelted them and then killed, roasted and ate some.

Follow this link for gruesome pictures we can not post on this site: NaijaPals.com-Christians Massacre Muslims on Sallah Day (Graphic pictures, please!)

Zainab Usman, translating the video said:

At a point as the flesh is being roasted, someone says in Hausa language “…ni zuciyan na ke so…” meaning: “I want the heart”, while another person goes further to ask “…ka sa gishiri?” meaning: “…did you put some salt”? The large crowd’s visible complicity and excitement as they eagerly anticipate their cannibalistic feast marks a descent in our collective sense of humanity in Nigeria. What I find most ironic is that these butchers and party are communicating in Hausa language, the language of their slain “enemy” or rather, their “meal” and not their own native berom language. The presence of a police vehicle in the area where the “feasting” and cannibalism on slaughtered Muslims is taking place raises questions. The police should be protecting people, maintaining law and order and stopping any criminal activity from taking place, shouldn’t they? Of course as the video shows, this is not the case.

BBC reports also earlier in April about the cannibalism, sectarian violence and segregation in Jos; at 11 minutes, BBC’s Rob Walker witnesses roasted Muslims being eaten {Audio link- click here}. Transcript of this audio is appended below.

Not a single prosecution!BBC

There is no record of a single successful prosecution related to these heinous crimes. This impunity for acts of violence helps explain why the cycle of revenge and counter-revenge has continued.

Ethnic violence is apparently not a crime in Nigeria. In fact, in this video, the police are seen literally being part of the Sapien flesh festival.

Related: NewsRescue- The Solution for Boko; Also- Solution to Nigeria riots

Social welfare system, the simple solution

Essentially in all industrialized nations, and a fundamental principle of existence, preached by the prophet of Islam and observed from the life of Jesus, is the social welfare system. Societies must provide for its citizens who do not have jobs and the ability or know-how to feed themselves. Men are not made equal in capacity. The wealthy must be taxed to feed the poor, and then there is natural resource. With the level of wealth of Nigeria, a world major oil exporter, a method of social identity and a comprehensive welfare system should have long been in place. Yes, just food money. In the US it is called ‘food stamps’. Stop the food stamps and there will be terrorism and anarchy.

Related: NewsRescue, 01/11/2012- Boko Haram terror group leader speaks on youtube

The fight for land between farmers and cattle-rearers – with increased urbanization, fuels sectarian crises. Government needs address grazing issues. Politicians also create and sponsor inter-cultural violence and terror to control wards. Do-or-kill politics is a serious issue in Africa. Related: Democracy Fails Africa

There must also be accountability and culpability for criminality, with an effective, efficient and respectable security system. These issues must be addressed by the government, however Nigeria’s government is so entrenched in corruption and the personal usurping of Nigeria’s wealth, that they have left conditions beyond words.

BBC broadcast transcript-

At 12 minutes, several of them clearly admitted to eating (chopping) the pieces of roasted human flesh he saw with them that they brought home to the Christian sector. They were very happy and glad in their expression. Certainly cannibalistic.

Rob: This is the christian community here, and there is a very large group of people gathered….that is the army firing in the air, stones are being thrown, rocks are being thrown. Crowd is now dispersing rapidly. Rob: What about this body here, who is this body here?

Christian 1.Yah, This is Muslim body….people that brought the bomb?
Rob: So you are saying this body which is being burned is People that brought the bomb?
Christian 1: Yah, yah, that is the body.
Rob: But there is no legs or arm or head…
Christian 1: We are chopping the meat, we are chopping the meat!
Christian Lady: some eat
Christian 2: And some…eat it
Christian Lady: And some of it eat
Christian 1: We eat it
Christian 3: We eat the meat!
Rob: Some of the people here eat it?
Christian 1: Yes
Christian 2: Really, really!
Rob: But why will you do that, why will you eat the meat

Christian 1: Why will we not chop the meat?

Christian 1: We need to fight them
Christian 2: Why won’t we chop it
Christian 3: That’s why we chop it.
Rob: There is a man now with a part of the body on a stake, he raised it up. Will there be peace now?

….Christians:…..the Hausa doesn’t want peace…we want the soldier to go, we need peace, Rob: but the soldiers protect…. Christians: the soldiers should go let the battle be once and forever…..

Rob: Reports of isolated cases like this of Christian youth burning and eating the flesh of their enemies emerged in in Jos 3 months ago. Some residents say it is a means of humiliating opponents. Others say it is a way of binding together those involved in the violence. Whatever the case it gives you some idea of the extremes of the violence here. The police say they weren’t sure who the target of the bomb attack. What is sure is if it wasn’t for the heavy presence of the Nigerian army, the violence will be much worse here.

Finally he goes to a noble community in Jos where Muslims and Christians live in peace, cooperate and protect each other, and they explain that the prevalence of violence and rioting in other areas is likely politically motivated by politicians who live in secure, rich areas and set up these ignorance and poverty clashes. They said it may be Christians pretending to be Muslims bombing Christians and likewise Muslims pretending to be Christians bombing Muslims, all as agents of wicked politicians, acting under the umbrella of religion and taking advantage of the poverty in the region..  …The politicians push out opponents in their area for instance with these attacks, so they can win elections.

A resident of Shen in Jos, an area rift with violence, Dogo Yahya commented: Jesus recommended turning the other cheek, and the Muslim Quran says- whoever takes an innocent life, it’s as though has killed the entire human race, and whoever saves a life, it’s comparable to saving the entire world. These people who do these on both sides are neither Muslims, nor Christians! They…. workers of iniquity!

Nigerians should compete in doing good

The Muslim Quran, in chapter 5:48 says what means:

To each of you We prescribed a law and a method. Had Allah(The Lord) willed, He would have made you one nation [united in religion], but [He intended] to test you in what He has given you; so Vie, then with one another in doing good works. To Allah is your return all together, and He will [then] inform you concerning that over which you used to differ.

The Christian Bible also clearly encourages peace, tolerance and forgiveness. We at NewsRescue encourage Nigerians to embrace a war of righteousness with weapons of peace, love and compassion.

Related: NewsRescue- The End of Boko Haram

More video:

This first clip shows the hundreds of vehicles of the Muslims who went to observe Sallah prayers, burned by Christian youths.

The links below are short video clips recorded by Christian Youths in Jos, Nigeria after they had killed, roasted and chopped the Hausa-Fulani Muslims during their prayer session at an Eid Praying ground on the 29th of August 2011.

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Honor killing was Inspired from Bible….

Honor Killings in the Bible

 

Many Christians are often fond of accusing Muslims of committing several honor killings in the name of Islam; they then use this line of argument as a reason to discredit Islam in their eyes. In this article we shall once again turn the table on the Christian showing that honor killings can be found in the Bible, and that the Bible is for honor killings! Hence by their own criteria, Christians will have to abandon their own book.

Let us now see the honor killings in the Bible:

Lev 21:9  And the daughter of any priest, if she profane herself by playing the whore, she profaneth her father: she shall be burnt with fire.

 

 

So note, if the priests daughter commits a bad sexual act, she is to be burned because of her fathers reputation, because it is against his honor. What will Christian say now? This is one example of honor killing in the Bible, in fact the act is ordered by the Bible itself.

And he that curseth his father, or his mother, shall surely be put to death. (Exodus 21:17)”

For every one that curseth his father or his mother shall be surely put to death: he hath cursed his father or his mother; his blood shall be upon him. (Leviticus 20:9)”

 

So here the children are put to death for insulting their parents,

this is another example of honor killings,

the children are put to death for dis-honoring their very own parents and the punishment is death.

So we have seen 3 examples of honor killings in the Bible, so since Christians always have a problem with honor killings and say Islam is wrong because of some Muslims who commit this act, then the Bible is also wrong for allowing honor killings which also makes their own God wrong, and if God is wrong then he cant God because God is always correct. Either way the Christian is in a bad dilemma.

300 Changes In The Bible :: Corruption of Bible

300 Changes In The NIV & Other Modern Bible Versions

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Virgin Mary in Holy Bible and Holy Quran

Virgin Mary in Bible and Holy Quran


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“Is ‘King James’ Version the Actual Bible

“Is ‘King James’ Version the Actual Bible?”

Note: The word “Bible” comes from the Koine Greek word “biblios” and it simply means the same as the word “book” in English. Nowhere in the Bible do we find the word “Bible.” However, it is interesting to note the word “kitab” (Bible in Arabic) appears many times in the Quran, referring to the Bible and the People of the Book (Jews and Christians).

Let me begin by saying that the King James “version” of the Bible is in English. There was no English language until the year 1066 AD when the Normans invaded the Saxons. Therefore the English Bible cannot be anything like what any of the prophets spoke or understood, as it did not exist in their times.

Next, my grandfather, who was a devout and wonderful Christian man gave a gift of the Holy Bible to my sisters and I almost fifty years ago. It was an authorized version of the Bible, being The Revised Standard Version of the Bible which was a revised version of the American Standard Version, published in 1901, which was a version of the King James Version, published in 1611, which was revised and corrected for the first time in 1612, etc. I was very much impressed with the easier to read text and clarification of some of the wording which was presented in this version and began to read the Bible on a daily basis for hours at a time. The removal of the Elizabethton English terms, phrases and expressions made the Bible a more accessible and understandable and intimate Book for me. But that is not all the RSV did for me and many others, as well.

My love and respect for the Word of God increased the more that I spent time reading and understanding the message. The Bible became my most prized and respected book in my life. I often turned to it throughout the rest of my life in times of joy, happiness, sadness, troubles and pain. It was my compass, my road map, my weather vane and my friend. However, there were still some problems with this IMPROVED VERSION of the Holy Bible. It began to disturb and concern me to the extent that I made consultation with my father, who was also an ordained minister and student of the Bible since childhood. Based on his research and background in the origin and sources for modern day Christianity, I began to go deeper into the problems which had plagued my thinking and faith since childhood.

I prayed to Almighty God and then found the answers to some of the problems were spelled out very clearly in the very beginning of the exact same book. I have that book lying in front of me on my desk as I write this article and would like to quote to you from some of the PREFACE page iii and iv:

“The King James Version has with good reason been termed ‘the noblest monument of English prose.’ Its revisers in 1881 expressed admiration of ‘its simplicity, its dignity, its power, its happy turns of express… the music of its cadences, and the felicities of its rhythm.’ It entered, as no other book has, into the making of the personal character and the public institutions of the English-speaking peoples. We owe to it an incalculable debt.”

“Yet the King James Version has grave defects. By the middle of the nineteenth century, the development of Biblical studies and the discovery of many manuscripts more ancient than those upon which the King James Version was based, made it manifest that these defects are so many and so serious as to call for a revision of the English translation. The task was undertaken, by authority of the Church of England, in 1870. The English Revised Version of the Bibles was published in 1881-1885; and the American Standard Version, its variant embodying the preferences of the American scholars associated in the work, was published in 1901.”

“Because of the unhappy experience with unauthorized publications in the two decades between 1881 and 1901, which tampered with the text of the English Revised Version in the supposed interest of the American public, the American Standard Version was copyrighted, to protect the text from unauthorized changes. In 1928 this copyright was acquired by the International Council of Religious Education, and thus passed into the ownership of the churches of the United States and Canada which were associated in this Council through their boards of education and publication.”

“…. decision was reached that there is need for a thorough revision of the version of 1901..””In 1937 the revision was authorized by vote of the Council.”

“Thirty-two scholars have served as members of the Committee charged with making the revision, and they have secured the review and counsel of an Advisory Board of fifty representatives of the co-operating denominations.”

“Each section has submitted its work to the scrutiny of the members of the charter of the Committee requires that all changes be agreed upon by a two-thirds vote of the total membership of the Committee.”

“The problem of establishing the correct Hebrew and Aramaic text of the Old testament is very different from the corresponding problem in the New Testament.”

“For the New Testament we have a large number of Greek manuscripts, preserving many variant forms of the text. Some of them were made only two or three centuries later than the original composition of the books.”

“For the Old Testament only late manuscripts survive, all (with the exception of the Dead Sea Texts of Isaiah and Habakkuk and some fragments of other books) based on a standardized form of the text established many centuries after the books were written.”

“The present revision is based on the consonantal Hebrew and Aramaic text as fixed early in the Christian era and revised by Jewish scholars (the ‘Masoretes’) of the sixth to ninth centuries. The vowel signs, which were added by the Masoretes, are accepted also in the main, but where a more probable and convincing reading can be obtained by assuming different vowels, this has been done.”

“… vowel points are less ancient and [less] reliable than the consonants.”

“Departures from the consonantal text of the best manuscripts have been made only where it seems clear that errors in copying had been made before the text was standardized.”

“Most of the corrections adopted are based on the ancient versions [translations into Greek Aramaic, Syriac, and Latin], which were made before the time of the Masoretic revision and therefore reflect earlier forms of the text.”

“Sometimes it is evident that the text has suffered in transmission, but none of the versions provides a satisfactory restoration. Here we can only follow the best judgment of competent scholars as to the most probable reconstruction of the original text.”

“Many difficulties and obscurities, of course, remain.”

“Where the choice between two meanings is particularly difficult or doubtful, we have given an alternative rendering in a footnote.”

“If in the judgment of the Committee the meaning of a passage is quite uncertain or obscure, either because of corruption in the text or because of the inadequacy of our present knowledge of the language, that fact is indicated by a note.”

“It should not be assumed, however, that the Committee was entirely sure or unanimous concerning every rendering not so indicated.”

“To record all minority views was obviously out of the question.”

“The King James Version of the New Testament was based upon a Greek text that was marred by mistakes, containing the accumulated errors of fourteen centuries of manuscript copying.”

“It was essentially the Greek text of the New Testament as edited by Beza, 1589, who closely followed that published by Erasmus, 1516-1535, which was based upon a few medieval manuscripts.”

“The earliest and best of the eight manuscripts which Erasmus consulted was from the tenth century, and [yet] he made the least use of it because it differed most from the commonly received text; Beza had access to two manuscripts of great value, dating from the fifth and sixth centuries, but he made very little use of them because they differed from the text published by Erasmus.”

“We now possess many more ancient manuscripts of the new Testament, and are far better equipped to seek to recover the original wording of the Greek text. The evidence for the text of the books of the New Testament is better that for any other ancient book, both in the number of extant manuscripts and in the nearness of the date of some of these manuscripts to the date when the book was originally written.”

The words are in plain English. The second paragraph says it all, “Yet, the King James Version has grave defects.

Therefore, we must conclude the “King James Version” is NOT the Actual Bible sent by God to mankind.

 

Verses deleted from Bible :: Proof Bible Edited by humans

Copyright © By Dr. Adel Elsaie, Book Title: “History of Truth, The Truth about God and Religions

Verses deleted from bible :: Proof Bible Edited by Human

Dr. Adel Elsaie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I was reading the Holy Bible, Easy-To-Read Version – Matthew 18:10-14. I found that the number of verse 11 existed with no text! The footnote for this verse states that some Greek copies add verse 11: “The Son of Man came to save lost people.” I could not believe it. Some Greek copies add a verse and some don’t. So the Easy-To-Read Version decided against including this verse. Why? Isn’t the Bible the “inspired Word” of God that no verse should be added, removed, or changed?

I started investigating this problem by looking at footnotes! I was shocked that this is a common problem in the Word of God. Many of the following verses also do not exist in American Standard Version, Revised Standard Version, and New Revised Standard. These verses exist mainly in King James Version. The Text that is added or deleted is italicized.

  • Matthew 17:21 No Text Howbeit this kind goeth not out but by prayer and fasting
  • Matthew 18:11 No Text For the Son of man is come to save that which was lost
  • Matthew 23:14 No Text Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye devour widows’ houses, and for a pretence make long prayer: therefore ye shall receive the greater damnation
  • Mark 7:16 No Text If any man have ears to hear, let him hear.
  • Mark 9:44 No Text Where their worm dieth not, and the fire is not quenched
  • Mark 9:46 No Text Where their worm dieth not, and the fire is not quenched
  • Mark 11:26 No Text But if ye do not forgive, neither will your Father which is in heaven forgive your trespasses
  • Mark 15:28 No Text And the scripture was fulfilled, which saith, And he was numbered with the transgressors.
  • Mark 16:9-20, The short Gospel according to Mark does not include the resurrection and ascension of Jesus, 12 verses. The long Gospel according to Mark includes these 12 verses!!
  • Luke 9:54 Text Addition And when his disciples James and John saw this, they said, Lord, wilt thou that we command fire to come down from heaven, and consume them, even as Elias did?
  • Luke 9:55 Text Addition But he turned, and rebuked them, and said, Ye know not what manner of spirit ye are of.
  • Luke 10:1. “After these things the Lord appointed other seventy” Some Geek versions have the number 70, others have 72
  • Luke 17:36 No Text Two men shall be in the field; the one shall be taken, and the other left.
  • Luke 22:19-20 Some Greek versions do not have the last part of verse 19 and all of 20. This is the part when Jesus said: The bread is my body, and the wine is my blood.
  • Luke 23:17 No Text (For of necessity he must release one unto them at the feast.)
  • John 3: 16-21 Some scholars think these are Jesus’ words. Others think John added these verses start with “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
  • John 5:3 Text Addition In these lay a great multitude of impotent folk, of blind, halt, withered, waiting for the moving of the water.
  • John 5:4 No Text For an angel went down at a certain season into the pool, and troubled the water: whosoever then first after the troubling of the water stepped in was made whole of whatsoever disease he had
  • John 7:53 to 8:11. The story of the woman that was caught in Adultery does not exist. Old and best Greek copies do not have these verses?!
  • Acts 8:37 No Text And Philip said, If thou believest with all thine heart, thou mayest. And he answered and said, I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God.
  • Acts 15:34 No Text Notwithstanding it pleased Silas to abide there still.
  • Acts 24:6-8 Some Greek copies add last part of verse 6, verse 7, and first part of verse 8.
  • Acts 28:29 No Text And when he had said these words, the Jews departed, and had great reasoning among themselves.

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The serious question about the above deleted verses is: Who added them in the beginning? And why? There are big sections that added in Mark 16:9-20 and John 7:53 to 8:11. These are clear evidence that the Church has tampered with the New Testament. Are the above verses “inspired corrections,” “inspired additions,” or “inspired deletions.”? You decide!

Israel renewed violence on Palestinians – 63 anniversary of occupation

Israel renewed violence on Palestinians – 63 anniversary of occupation

Ramallah – PNN – Nakba protests commemoration is expected to take place all over the West Bank, Jerusalem, Gaza and worldwide countries.

In the West Bank at 12 midday sirens will be herd and people will stand one minute of silence, then protest will march from late Palestinian President Araft memorial to al-Manara square in Ramallah city center. 

Calls for people to gather at the Qalindyia checkpoint, separating Ramallah from Jerusalem was issued. Also protests are organized in East Jerusalem.

On Friday Israeli troops attacked a number of protests organized in several parts of east Jerusalem commemorating the 63 anniversary of the Nakba, the day Israel was created after killing hundreds of Palestinians and expelling 700,000 people from their homes.
Milad Ayiash, 16, was injured during Friday clashes, according to doctors at Makased hospital in Jerusalem the boy was shot in his abdomen and died on Saturday morning when two operations by doctors failed to save his life.

In Gaza two protests will be organized one central Gaza strip and the other in the south close to the Egyptian borders sources reported.

Israeli announced implemented a total siege on the West Bank and looked down Jerusalem. Sources talked about protests being organized by Palestinians inside Israel.

Palestinians protest on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
Palestinians protest on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

A Palestinian holds up a symbolic key for refugees during clashes with Israeli soldiers, not seen, on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

Palestinians clash with Israeli soldiers on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
Palestinians clash with Israeli soldiers on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

Palestinians throw stones at Israeli soldiers, not seen, during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

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Israeli soldiers fire tear gas at stone throwing Palestinians during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
Israeli soldiers fire tear gas at stone throwing Palestinians during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

Israeli soldiers fire tear gas during clashes stone throwing Palestinians, not seen, on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill | License Photo | Permalink

Israeli soldiers prepare for clashes with Palestinian protesters on Nakba Day in Qalandiya, West Bank
Israeli soldiers prepare for clashes with Palestinian protesters on Nakba Day in Qalandiya, West Bank

Israeli soldiers take position beside the Israeli separation wall at the Qalandiya Checkpoint, West Bank, as Palestinians protesters, not seen, march on “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill |

Palestinians commemorate the 63th anniversary of Catastrophe Day in Gaza
Palestinians commemorate the 63th anniversary of Catastrophe Day in Gaza

A Palestinian boy looks at past a mural depicting “Nakba” in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip May 14, 2011. Palestinians will mark “Nakba” (Catastrophe) on May 15 to commemorate the expulsion or fleeing of some 700, 000 Palestinians from their homes in the war that led to the founding of Israel in 1948. UPI/Ismael Mohamad. 

An Israeli soldier approaches Palestinian protesters on Nakba Day in Qalandiya, West Bank
An Israeli soldier approaches Palestinian protesters on Nakba Day in Qalandiya, West Bank

An Israeli soldier approaches Palestinians protesters, not seen, during demonstrations on “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

Palestinians protest on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
Palestinians protest on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

Palestinians march during clashes with Israeli soldiers, not seen, on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

An Israeli soldier points his gun at Palestinian protesters during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
An Israeli soldier points his gun at Palestinian protesters during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

An Israeli soldier takes aim at Palestinian protesters during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

Israeli soldiers look at Palestinian protesters on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
Israeli soldiers look at Palestinian protesters on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

Israeli soldiers look at Palestinian protesters, not seen, during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians  Mark  "Nakba" Day
Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians Mark “Nakba” Day
Palestinian youth carry photographer Mohammed Othman, wounded when Israeli troops opened fire during on a march heading towards the Erez border crossing in the northern Gaza Strip, Sunday, May 15, 2011, Palestinian medics say one person was killed and 70 others were wounded in the demonstration in the Gaza Strip, commemorating the mass displacement of Palestinians during the war surrounding Israel’s establishment in 1948. as a result of which more than 760,000 Palestinians , estimated today to number 4.7 million with their descendants , were pushed into exile or driven out of their homes. UPI/Ismael Mohamad. 
Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians  Mark  "Nakba" Day
Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians Mark “Nakba” Day

Palestinian carry a wounded man after Israeli troops opened fire during on a massive march heading towards the Erez border crossing in Beit Hanoun northern Gaza , on May 15, 2011, Palestinian medics say one person was killed and 70 others were wounded in the demonstration in the Gaza Strip, commemorating the mass displacement of Palestinians during the war surrounding Israel’s establishment in 1948. as a result of which more than 760,000 Palestinians , estimated today to number 4.7 million with their descendants , were pushed into exile or driven out of their homes. UPI/Ismael Mohamad.

Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians  Mark  "Nakba" Day
Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians Mark “Nakba” Day

Palestinian youth carry a wounded man after Israeli troops opened fire during on a massive march heading towards the Erez border crossing in Beit Hanoun northern Gaza , on May 15, 2011, Palestinian medics say one person was killed and 70 others were wounded in the demonstration in the Gaza Strip, commemorating the mass displacement of Palestinians during the war surrounding Israel’s establishment in 1948. as a result of which more than 760,000 Palestinians , estimated today to number 4.7 million with their descendants , were pushed into exile or driven out of their homes. UPI/Ismael Mohamad

ISLAM IS NOT A NEW RELIGION

ISLAM IS NOT A NEW RELIGION…ALL THE PROPHETS OF GOD WERE MUSLIMS!

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