Monthly Archives: July 2017

Ubuhanuzi umuhanuzi Majeshi Leon yahanuriye perezida Kagame,Urwanda n’abanyarwanda..

Ubwo buhanuzi buri mu bice bitatu, tukaba duhereye ku gice cya mbere, ubutaha tuzabagezaho ibice bibiri bisigaye. Tuzabagezaho ibyo uwo muhanuzi yavuze ku ivanwaho rya perezida  Pasteur BIZIMUNGU wahoze ari Prezida wa Republika, kujya ku butegetsi kwa Paul KAGAME, ivanwaho n’ihunga rya Petero Celestini RWIGEMA, ihunga rya Joseph SEBARENZI KABUYE, amatora ya FPR ya 2003, ihunga rya General KAYUMBA Nyamwasa na Col. Patric KAREGEYA, iyicwa rya Paul KAGAME, intambara izakurikiraho, itahuka ry’Umwami w’u Rwanda KIGELI V NDAHINDURWA, no gutangira gukora kwa anti-kristu no kugaruka kw’Umwami YESU.

The Islamization of History by Uzay Bulut

  • Not only does no other religion in Turkey, other than Islam, have the power, influence or financing of the Religious Affairs Directorate (Diyanet) — whose budget even surpasses that of most ministries; other religions are either not officially recognized (as in the cases of Alevism and Yazidism), or are on the verge of complete governmental elimination — as in the cases of Judaism, Greek Orthodoxy, Assyrian (Syriac) and Armenian Christianity.

What Is the World Council of Churches? by Malcolm Lowe

  • A new period began with the appointment of Emilio Castro as the Fourth General Secretary of the WCC during 1985-1992. Social and political issues had always been a subsidiary concern of the WCC; their role had grown under Castro’s immediate predecessor, Philip Potter (1972-1984). From now on, however, those issues became its most prominent focus. Increasingly, advocacy on behalf of the Palestinians and denunciations of Israel came to top the agenda.

Russia Woos the World with New Plan on Syria by Amir Taheri

Caught between the hope of securing a lasting foothold in the Middle East and the fear of inheriting an impossible situation, Russia is trying to re-gauge its Syrian policy with possible support from the Trump administration in Washington.

Security operation at Ruto’s Sugoi home to last overnight

 

A police officer with a sniffer dog around DP William Ruto’s Sugoi home on Saturday, July 29. /MATHEWS NDANYI

Heavy roadblocks were on Saturday evening erected on roads leading to DP William Ruto’s Sugoi home where a security operation was expected to last overnight following an attack early Saturday.Close to 500 heavily armed police officers were deployed at the home and neighbouring areas.

Read: Ruto’s Sugoi home attacked, three gunmen and cop killed

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