January 8, 2018
Two of seven Indian Christians who have spent nearly a decade in prison – convicted of murdering a Hindu leader whose death sparked the worst case of anti-Christian violence in India’s history – were granted temporary parole over the Christmas period to spend time with their families. Evidence seems to be mounting that their convictions may be false. Six of the seven are illiterate, and they all continue to maintain their innocence.
January 8, 2018
Forwarded by Fr. Orly Sapuay
FROM DR. ADEREMI AKIN...........................As it stands today, the Islamic religion is the fastest
growing religion per capita in the United States, especially amongst the minority races!!
Last month I attended my annual training session that's required for maintaining my state prison security clearance. During the training session, there was presentations by three speakers representing the Roman Catholic, Protestant and Muslim who each explained their beliefs.
Sub:- The trespassing by A BV P Youth wing on 30.12.17 at the St. Mary's P.G college ( A Private unaided Institution) and the threat given by them to perform Bharat Mata Aarti forcefully on 4.01.18.
On the above mentioned subject I'd like to draw your kind attention to the Fact that on 30.12.17 at 11 o'clock two policemen entered the Director's office at St. Mary's P.G College to inform that a group of ABVP representatives wanted to meet the director to discuss the matter of Bharat Mata Aarti on 4.01.18 . After some time the watchman came and informed that a group of ABVP , Youth Wing of BJP and Hindu Fundamentalists are at the college gate seeking permission to enter.
On this, the authority of the college reached the gate and by the time they started hot argumentation on the matter. At that time the T.I Civil Lines Vidisha , Mr. Rakesh Shrivastava along with few more police officers reached there . After a few minutes the Tehsildar Mr. Rajiv Kahar also reached there. In presence of all the officers ,they argued and threatened to perform Aarti on 4th Jan. 2018 at 12'o' clock in the campus.