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 Post subject: Baptist leader beheaded
PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2005 12:50 pm 
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FAITH UNDER FIRE
Baptist leader beheaded
Assailants reportedly tied to radical Muslim party

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Posted: June 8, 2005
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© 2005 WorldNetDaily.com
A Baptist lay pastor in Bangladesh was beheaded by a group of assailants reportedly tied to a Muslim political party bent on creating a radical Islamic state.

Dulal Sarkar, 35, was the second Christian leader killed in the Asian country in the past year, according to Compass Direct, a U.S.-based news service that monitors persecution of Christians.

Sarkar was attacked as he returned home from discussing his faith with villagers near Jalalpur.

The assailants were identified by a source as a group of 10 Muslims tied to the Jamaat-e-Islami political party, the nation's third largest and a member of the coalition government. Police have arrested three, according to local Christians.


But Sarkur's supporters fear the Islamic party will prevent the case from going to court.

Fearing for their lives, the victim's wife, mother and five children are moving from place to place.

Last September, Abdul Gani, a prominent Baptist leader and physician, reportedly was decapitated by a gang in the district of Jamalpur as he returned home from work.

In 2003, Christian evangelist Hridoy Roy was murdered by a gang of eight men who attacked him at his home. The assailants stabbed Roy repeatedly after tying him "crucifixion style" to his bed.

Roy was known for showing the popular "Jesus Film," a word-for-word account from the book of Luke used for evangelism purposes worldwide. Muslim neighbors, however had warned him to stop.

Bangladesh's population is about 83 percent Muslim and 16 percent Hindu. Christians and Buddhists make up the remaining 1 percent.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2005 1:07 pm 
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unfortunately some countries don't have the freedom of religion like we do.

oh, by the way...what ever happened to MADELINE OHARE ????


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Bucky, more drivel from World Nut Daily? You can do better than that. That's not even a challenge for us here. Everyone to the left of Barry Goldwater knows they're nuts.

mga wrote:
unfortunately some countries don't have the freedom of religion like we do.


We need to send Reverend Phelps over there. I say fight idiotic radical Islam with idiotic radical Christianity. It could work.

Hmmm, Madelyn O'Hare's disappearance is a good question vocal fanatical Christians. Do you think their peaceful loving rhetoric had anything to do with her dropping out of sight?

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 Post subject: More smallpox, anyone?
PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2005 4:45 pm 
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Once you figure out that the only way world vision and other christian organisations make converts is by offering perks like food,education and medicine for only those that accept christ, you start to realise that christian organizations are not accepted in these countries by the general populace.

Kinda sounds like the republican party and their perks, for those slaves like Bucky who seek advantages for obedience and deference to authority.

If the governments of the worlds leading 22 countries honored their commitment to .7% of 1% of their GNP to aid the worlds poor countries, instead of the .33% of 1 % (less than half), then we wouldn't need to send these supposed christian organizations to be the frontline workers and our information gatherers!!! The Jesuits were always, always at the forefront of information gathering in the past when they encountered new civilizations. It was there JOB to inform the governments at that time of the nature of their opposition and to distribute smallpox infested blankets. How do you know these people aren't sick of your christian apparatus of death,oppression and coercion.

Same here on the streets. If the government was responsible for helping it's own people, there would be no need for the churches and Charities that are supposed to be helping the poor and destitute, by offering a little food and dogma. We could eliminate the only source of work that churches perform that gives them tax free status and charge them for their free land. No longer would they be privileged to interfere in the political process as they would have a hard time keeping up their payments.

Like they say in the streets--Take your disease and stuff it.


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i can't add another word, to your post, DO.g's.

i found out how "christian" charities are run in other countries, so for that reason i give to none of them.


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