1. Muslim man, released from Israeli prison, explains how he improvised in order to murder 2 people.
The most persecuted group in the world today is Christians. Christians in Nigeria, Egypt, Syria and other nations are murdered, raped, kidnapped, enslaved and persecuted on a daily basis. The reason for the vast majority of all of this violence is that they are Christian among Muslims.
But their abuse does not stop with the violence. The perpetrators of violence are measured in the thousands, but the greatest abuse is at the hands of those who should demand that the violence stop. The silence in the face this persecution is denial and justification. The persecutors are few, but the deniers are in the billions.
MOGADISHU, SOMALIA (BosNewsLife)– Islamic militants have shot and killed a Somali Christian woman because she declined to wear a veil as prescribed by Muslim custom, Christians said in comments monitored by BosNewsLife Wednesday, October 28.
Members of the Suna Waljameca group killed Amina Muse Ali, 45, on October 19 in her home in Galkayo, in Somalia’s autonomous Puntland region, said Compass Direct News, a well-informed Christian news agency.
4. Britain First launches ‘Christian Patrol’ to defend the freedoms of all people being harassed or having their rights abrogated by self appointed ‘Muslim Patrols’ in areas of E. London. Critics please note that they appear to be defending liberal freedoms rather than enforcing say, Church cannon law. Looking forward to learning more.
Three letters beamed across a lab bench may spark a revolution in wireless communication. The seemingly simple transmission of “IBM” was received by the first working radio chip to be made from the modern wonder material, graphene – sheets of carbon, each just one atom thick.
Graphene, with its flat, hexagonal lattice, was first isolated a decade ago. It won its discoverers a Nobel prize in physics, in part because its high electrical and thermal conductivity led to broad predictions that it would completely replace silicon transistors, the key component in many electronics. This latest achievement shows that analogue circuits such as radios can indeed make use of the material, potentially leading to cheaper, more efficient wireless devices.
(Anyone ever read Kurt Vonnegut’s book, ‘Player Piano’?)