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Syrian terrorists have beheaded a Catholic priest who they accused of collaborating with the Assad regime. Those accusations have not yet been verified. Father Francois was summarily executed and the Vatican has confirmed the martyrdom. Continue Reading

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  1. Brandon H.
    1 year ago

    Everything everyone is saying about Obama is correct. But remember that the 2008 Republican candidate John McCain also supports arming and funding the rebels.

  2. Patrick
    1 year ago

    God bless Bashar and may God make him victorious over all of his enemies.

  3. KarlVDH
    1 year ago

    Are you currently in the military, or a combat veteran yourself, Jon Pressley?

  4. Ajay Vikram Singh
    1 year ago

    I dont think West can stop them with all its weakness. they know it. they are using every trick to infiltrate west and they are being successful. they got a foolproof plan. wake up you morons. you have no frigging idea what r u dealing with. they are going to run over you. dont hide behind redemption and all that weakness, you forking idiots. wake up...u r against a vile, organized and powerful force and they are around 1.5 billion odd.

  5. Kathleen Fisher
    1 year ago

    Every Sunday I attend mass and every Sunday I leave upset that not a word is raised against the Muslims that commit these horrific acts. The Catholic Church bears some responsibility for their silence. And I agree with an earlier post here, we do hear about Social Justice in church and that angers me as well. These Muslim barbarians are infiltrating our world, WAKE UP AMERICA before it is too late.

  6. Phil
    1 year ago

    Sad and disgusted that many of the so called "Christians" would now seek vengence and retribution to not only those who killed the priest, not only to muslim extremests but to all muslims...
    When we seek violence we give up our Christian faith and become no better than those we seek retribution towards.

    Father Francois Murad was a man of peace who died for peace. We should not make his death a meaningless one by abandoning the principles by which he lived.

  7. Jason
    1 year ago

    Disgusting!

  8. zachary
    1 year ago

    You might want to correct this story:

    http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/485167/20130701/syria-catholic-priest-beheadings-vigorously-denied.htm

  9. Charles Martel
    1 year ago

    These are the people John McCain wants to arm so they might continue their fight for "freedom." Likewise, they are of the same cloth as those currently running Egypt into starvation as the Muslim Brotherhood. They are of the same cloth as those who have kept beautiful Lebanon -- a once prosperous nation -- divided, ravaged, and a supplicant of Iran. Everything they touch becomes an evil failure, and our "Western" leaders (Obama, etc) continue to try to cozy up to them. It is time this stops. Have we no more moral character left to stand up to what is plainly evil? They kill gays. They subjugate women. They behead our religious brethren. Yet, Obama and other Western leaders cheered the fall of Mubarak, and McCain spent his holiday with these barbarians. It is time we do something worthy of our Lord's love, and love His people with the protection He wants us to provide.

  10. Stevorino
    1 year ago

    An I to assume that the comment I made last evening did not make the cut?


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