Friday, December 24, 2010

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Push back the oppression of Islam with Dr Terry Jones‏

As we go in to the New Year, Stand Up America! is picking up momentum!

Our radio and TV work is growing. We partner with The Truth TV ( in California, which broadcasts to millions around the world. With rallies and protests, along with the media coverage we receive, we continue to stand for freedom of speech and religion. We are not hiding behind the church walls. We are out in the public eye, speaking the truth.

There is a great chance we can push back the oppression of Islam to give room for the growth of Christianity all over the world, to give room for freedom to make that choice.

Islamic Law (Sharia) is totalitarian, crushing basic human rights. There is no separation of church and state. It must be accepted without criticism. Daily life and decisions are subject to the laws of Allah as interpreted by the local imams and mullahs. Men are sovereign in their homes and communities, responsible for discipline and order, which is often harshly and violently administered. In Islam women are inferior possessions of men. This attitude leads to mistreatment and abuse for which Muslim men receive little or no punishment. A Muslim does not have the right to change his religion. Apostasy is punishable by death. Honor killing, rape, pedophilia, polygamy, corruption and lying are all given a pass under Islamic teaching.

This is not isolated to Islamic lands. Muslims in the West do not find it easy, or are simply not willing to abide by Western laws because of the demands of Sharia. Increasingly, Muslims are not prosecuted in the same manner as Westerners because judges, law enforcement agencies and governments do not want to offend and anger these communities. How many suffer under this oppression in silence?

Astonishingly, Islamic states have a powerful voice at the United Nations and dominate the Human Rights Council, while Western governments seem helpless or unwilling to challenge their atrocious human rights records. Where is the freedom of religion in Islamic homes, societies and countries? Why do Western governments make it so difficult for ex-Moslems to find asylum in our lands?

The current US Administration is generous with immigrant visas to Pakistani Moslems, for instance, but Pakistani Christians with family members here ready to support them, and in danger every day of persecution and death find it almost impossible to come here.

Christians are being persecuted, jailed, kidnapped and killed in Egypt. Church building permits are denied, renovations to churches are opposed. Yet the US Government does not challenge the Egyptian government’s lack of protection for Christians. In the US Embassy there, Christians applying for immigration face an obstacle of hostile Muslim employees.

Churches are burned and cannot be rebuilt in Indonesia. Christians are executed on Fridays in Saudi Arabia, men and women are punished by stoning and amputations, but the media does not care about any of this, and Western governments do not react. Is a friendly relationship with these governments more important than religious freedom and the eternal souls of men, women and children? We demand change!

Prospects are very good for our expanded work in Europe, where we have much support, and a growing amount of media coverage, especially in Britain where the subject of banning my entry to the country is being discussed. We pray that door will stay open. The United Nations in New York, Washington DC, and Canada are also in our sights for rallies. We will knock on doors and influence key politicians and leaders around the world.

We commit to continue this work in every possible way, no matter what opposition we meet. The possibilities, of course, are multiplied greatly by your financial support. We need to stand together for the truth!!

مظاهرات في لوس انجلوس - موريس صادق

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Muslims burn crosses in Egypt "The Muslims reportedly set several crucifixes alight and threw stones at the Copts..." Islamic supremacists in Egypt are very different from the KKK, but as they burned crosses in their recent clashes with Copts, their motive is the same as that of the KKK: to intimidate, to frighten. They want to "strike terror into the hearts of the enemies of Allah" (Qur'an 8:60).

An update on this story. "Egypt: Coptic pope Shenuda III deplores 'anti-Christian' violence," from AKI, November 24 (thanks to all who sent this in):

Egypt's Coptic Pope Shenuda III on Wednesday deplored the violent clashes with security forces in Cairo's Giza district when thousands of minority Christians marched to demand permission from the government to build a church.
Shenuda III was quoted by pan-Arab daily al-Quds al-Arabi as saying he wanted to "forcibly resist action of this kind."

He said he wanted to "work to restore calm and prevent further acts of violence in the city."

A group of Muslims reportedly gathered in the area of Giza where some 3,000 Coptic Christians were reported to have protested outside the office of the local governor.

The Muslims reportedly set several crucifixes alight and threw stones at the Copts....

Posted by Robert on November 25, 2010 6:37 PM | 25 Comments
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DJM | November 25, 2010 6:56 PM | Reply
I have no doubt the Copts will be arrested for provoking the muslims into burning crosses and throwing stones...

exsgtbrown | November 25, 2010 7:56 PM | Reply
Is there any doubt about the Muslims conducting a religious crusade....?

Annie Oakley | November 25, 2010 8:43 PM | Reply
I've been to Egypt (right after 9/11) and noticed the high percentage of men wearing white robes and funny hats. I didn't make the connection at the time, though.

My question is: Does the hate-filled ideology provoke the crazy costumes, or do the crazy costumes provoke the hate-filled ideology?

Whichever it is, it seems to turn into a viscious circle.

gravenimage | November 25, 2010 9:38 PM | Reply
Lovely. *Even the Klan* has stopped burning crosses. Yet, I doubt this story will get much coverage here in the West.

suprkufrB | November 26, 2010 1:17 AM | Reply
Why are so cowardly as to not respond in kind here in the free world?
Keep democracies free - blow up a mosque today.

Rita | November 26, 2010 1:55 AM | Reply
The UN will approve.

Schnellmann_org | November 26, 2010 2:02 AM | Reply
Video: Pastor Dr Terry Jones – RALLY AT EGYPTIAN CONSULATE, LOS ANGELES Saturday, December 11th, 2010, 1pm

Khushi replied to comment from Rita | November 26, 2010 3:16 AM | Reply
The UN will probably pass a resolution:
muslims have a right to burn as many crosses, blow up as many Buddha statues as they wish, etc, and anyone who prevents them from exercising this freedom of expression and action will be arrested.

al-Kidya | November 26, 2010 4:16 AM | Reply
It's time we started burning some crescent and star symbols.
Burn Islamic flags, etc.

Courreges W replied to comment from gravenimage | November 26, 2010 4:41 AM | Reply
"Yet, I doubt this story will get much coverage here in the West."

We musn't insult the Muslims or take notice of anything they do that could provoke criticism.

lkeevy1 | November 26, 2010 4:44 AM | Reply
you can tell these islamists must love the cross in private, you can tell them that by lighting the cross you give Christianity more power! lol,

Andrew | November 26, 2010 4:52 AM | Reply
People in the west need to know what is going on.

Cao Moo replied to comment from lkeevy1 | November 26, 2010 5:03 AM | Reply
this must be what sharif el gamal meant by muslims are good christians, clearly they are mearly shining the light of christ nothing sinister about that... I think my brain just threw up in it's mouth thinking that.

An American | November 26, 2010 5:10 AM | Reply
You have got to be kidding. A report reportedly reported that Muslims burned crosses? I know that this site is really bad for quoting unreliable sources, but this is ridiculous. Let's try reading something even remotely accurate.

The issue of church construction is always a hot one in Egypt, and the only one where Christian groups abroad have actual evidence against the state so they scream the loudest on this. However, both local and international groups have admitted that there are just about as many Christians per church as there are Muslims per mosque (about 1,300), and that this has nothing to do with the prohibition of worship, but is primarily a bureaucratic obstacle. Is it discriminatory? YES, and it should be addressed by a new united places of worship law that non-religious NGOs have been pushing for in the country. However, to go out on another rampage against Muslims just shows us yet again that Spencer has absolutely no idea what he's talking about and that he cares about nothing more than bashing Muslims.

And just to prove my point, he will probably directly respond to this post even though he has repeatedly stated that he doesn't really read what is written in the comments.

Ready, set, go blind attacks from JihadWatchers! Prove your loyalty!

El Cid | November 26, 2010 5:17 AM | Reply
Man, them freaks is freaky. Do they ever do anything but freakout? Did they ever invent anything besides sand and camel droppings?
Will they ever invent anything?
I guess the answer is no. They will wait for allah to invent flying pigs.

Iceman | November 26, 2010 7:32 AM | Reply
Still the leaders of the West don't get it, will they get it when a big Muslim is standing over them with a knife to their throat? Somehow I don't think even that will be enough to wake them up. They'll just keep sending them money to fight terrorism and not even demand to know where the money was spent.

EuskalHerria replied to comment from An American | November 26, 2010 9:55 AM | Reply
An "American"


What an incredibly ludicrous post. It reeks of dhimmitude at the least and a sneering Islamist supremacism at the most.

It is a matter of fact that Christians and Jews are on the receiving end of acts of intimidation and violence at the hands of Muslims in all Muslim-majority countries, and Muslims justify their actions based on numerous verses in the Qur'an and Hadiths directing them to subdue and persecute Christians and Jews and to prohibit the construction of new churches and synagogues or the repair of existing ones.

As you may recall, thousands of pigs belonging to Coptic farmers were killed a few months ago on the pretext that thay were an H1V1 (Swine Flu) threat. This and many other acts of intimidation and humiliation are par for the course in so-called "moderate" Egypt. And I will not go into the numerous acts of murder and intimidation of Christians and Jews in Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran and other lands dominated by the "religion of peace".

As far as Robert Spencer addressing your supercilious post, he has more meaninful business to attend to, I am sure.

If you cannot do any better than your previous post, please don't waste our time...


Yomayngsup | November 26, 2010 10:34 AM | Reply
I believe in freedom of expression. If we could form an alliance here in the west and burn a Hamas flag, al Qaeda flag,an Egyptian flag, the moon and star rag, you get the picture, and do it in the name of protest of the Egyptian cross burning, we might make a strong statement. Do those idiots actually have flags? If not, let's do the Muslim crescent flag.

Fun Fact: Taqiyya Taquila: one drink and you just lie there.

Steffen Larsen replied to comment from Yomayngsup | November 26, 2010 10:42 AM | Reply
Ah! But beware of crescents!

Concerned912 | November 26, 2010 11:23 AM | Reply
The Copts had a march in January in Toronto. I hope that they have another one soon. People here have to have their minds opened to muslim terror.

Courreges W replied to comment from An American | November 26, 2010 12:15 PM | Reply
Shut-up, Muslim.

Courreges W replied to comment from EuskalHerria | November 26, 2010 12:16 PM | Reply
Euskal - "an American" is a Muslim.

Understand his comment now?

katharina | November 26, 2010 12:21 PM | Reply
Where's Hussein Obama's voice, at least once, since he's been claiming now to be a Christian, to condemn such provocative act of Cross burning; as Hussein had easily condemned the Christian Pastor who wanted to burn the Bible?! Of course we won't be hearing from this suspected impostor Trojan horse into the White House!

Courreges W replied to comment from katharina | November 26, 2010 12:25 PM | Reply
Hussein is a Muslim.

Yomayngsup replied to comment from An American | November 26, 2010 2:15 PM | Reply
you are an anal sphincter and a muslim-- a double whammy

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Terry Jones Was Right!
- By the EDL's Killasam

Something needs to be done! Burning the Quran is not the way it should be done. But Muslim society believes they can do what they like.

The burning of poppies, during the two minutes silence, should have been dealt with by force.
That is our country honouring the people who died fighting for us. If you dislike Britain and its soldiers you should be deported as this is our country, not yours! You are a guest here and should play by our rules, not do as you wish. Something needs to be done before it is too late!

Violence: it’s the only thing I see from the Muslim community. All they do is threat, kill and protest. They aren't reasonable. And they believe that it is within their religion that they can get away with these things.

I feel that this country is at risk and that the Government will not make a stand. I do not feel safe with the current Government as they lay down and take this abuse.

If something is not done soon, people will start taking it into their own hands. This could end very badly for Britain if the Government does not start taking control.

The Government should stand up for its country’s people and not others!

I hope everyone reading this understands what I do.

The amount of disrespect Muslims show towards this country would suggest they do not want to be here. However they do stay here, as they know it is a safer and more secure option.

We let them come and live here but do we receive any gratitude? No!

I hope something is done about this soon. Before it gets worse.
stephaniesapp100 said...
The situation in the U.S is headed in the same direction as Europe. We must act now before its too late! Dr. Terry Jones with Stand Up America is standing up for freedom by holding rallies throughout the United States. We need your support! Find us on Facebook, Stand Up America with Dr. Terry Jones or

1 December 2010 05:50
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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Egyptian fascist-Islamic regime’s police against Copts

Egyptian fascist-Islamic regime’s police against Copts

Information from Cairo indicates that Egyptian state security broke into St. Mary's church and threw tear bombs. Bullets attacked civilian Copts who were gathered in and around the Church.

The Egyptian fascist-Islamic regime’s police system killed at least one person during its operation of destroying the church fence. Another church known by the name of Martyr Mina was attacked also.

Confusing news reaching our offices from Cairo indicates that some Copts were killed and some injured.

The following is a transcript which is part of a live recording transmitted via one of the Coptic satellite TV’s by an eye-witness:

Q. Is the parish priest okay?

"Father was present and we guarded him and got him out of there"

"The situation is the church and surrounding area has become a military zone"

Q. Did anyone attend to the injured?

I did see the injured people while we were running away from the scene, but I did not see any ambulances. Police forces are treating people like "chickens".

Q. How many security vehicles are in the scene?

There are various police cars including a lot of officers, including the chief in command in-person. I saw him personally getting out of his car threatening people and giving orders to his solders to hit civilians. He did give an order that people abandon the church and indicated that no one is allowed in the church. The regime did use tear/smoke bombs and chased the Copts as far as 1/2 km from the church bashing them in streets.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Morris and Terry Jones sincere call for moratorium on the export of wheat to Egypt

Morris told the National Assembly approved Prime Coptic-American that he went at the request of the U.S. administration calling for the moratorium on the export of wheat to Egypt, due to the exposure of Copts in Egypt of oppression - as he claimed -.

Sadiq said in a protest march organized by the Copts in New York, featuring the Rev. extremist Terry Jones, owner of a lawsuit burning the Holy Quran, to condemn the riots that occurred in the city of Abu Tisht recently, "Hey America, Wake-man Egyptian and Christians in my country burn their homes," and claimed in Htavath that "The Egyptian government persecutes Christians and exclude them from high political positions."

In the face of the area to be building a mosque, "Ground Zero" by, condemned what it called the march "Egyptian Christians, burning of houses in the center of Abu Tisht in Qena, Egypt on Monday night."

He endorsed the need to stop sending American wheat to Egypt because, according to belief, do not take firm positions against terrorists such as Mohamed Atta.

For his part, Rev. Terry Jones said that the place where the twin towers fell in 2001 a sacred spot, and expressed his refusal to build a mosque for Muslims, and said the Islamists in this region ended the lives of 3 thousand dollars prior to 9 years.

Just weeks before exposure to the massacre of Iraqi Christians within one of their churches, so I ask the United Nations put Christians in the Middle East under the protection.موريس-صادق... - Cached - Egypt - Cached

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Muslims Torch Christian Homes in Egypt! How can we be silent?

Muslims Torch Christian Homes in Egypt! How can we be silent?--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

By Fran Ingram - Posted on 16 November 2010

Islam is death! The persecution of Christians is on the rise in Egypt, controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood. This is an ideology that is spreading here in the West too, along with growing political and financial power. America is in danger. We must stand up!


Muslims set fire overnight to at least 10 houses belonging to
Coptic Christians in a village in southern Egypt over rumors that a
Christian resident had an affair with a Muslim girl, security officials
said Tuesday.

The officials said security forces have sealed off
the village of al-Nawahid, in Qena province some 290 miles (465
kilometers) south of Cairo, to prevent the violence from spreading to
neighboring towns. They said several people were arrested.

attacks started after locals spotted a young Copt and a Muslim girl
together at night inside the village cemetery, the officials said. They
added that both were put under police custody as authorities

The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they are not authorized to speak to the media.

between Christians and Muslims occasionally occur in southern Egypt,
mostly over land or disputes over church construction. But sectarian
tensions have also been on the rise recently in the capital.

year in Qena, a Coptic man was accused of kidnapping and raping a
12-year-old Muslim girl. The alleged assault led to widespread protests
by the Muslim community and increased tensions between the two religious
groups, which culminated in the murder of six Copts and one Muslim
security guard at a church on January 6.

Coptic Christians make up
about 10 percent of Egypt's population of 80 million. Copts and Muslims
generally live in peace, though tension and violence occasionally

Human rights groups say attacks on Copts are on the rise,
underscoring the government's failure to address chronic sectarian
strains in a society where religious radicalism is gaining ground.

The government insists Christians enjoy the same rights as Muslims.

Read more:

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

our protest in NY at ground zero

Pastor Terry Jones, left, of the Dove World Outreach Center of Gainesville, Fla., is surrounded by supporters during a news conference across the street from the proposed Islamic cultural center near the World Trade Center site, Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010 in New York. (AP Photo)
Some of Jones' supporters identified themselves as Coptic Christians from Egypt, saying they had fled persecution because of their religion.
The pastor claimed the purpose of visiting today was to bring awareness to his new organization Stand Up America and how radical Islam needs to be combated
Read more:
We know that the is a very strong violent element in Islam, we've seen that very clearly in things that have happened like Fort Hood. We see it very clearly in what has happened in Iraq,” Jones said in front of Park51.
“What we have to understand that these things happen in the Middle East on a regular basis. That is why we hope, sooner or later, we hope to bring our request in some form in front of the UN, and demand that these countries begin to adopt normal human rights.”