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Imagine being fired from your job because you believe that marriage should be between a man and a woman. In an unbelievable case involving the well known corporation Cisco, my friend Frank Turek experienced the real world consequences of losing income solely because he held a view of marriage that was considered bigoted by one employee of Cisco. I implore you to take a couple of minutes and read what happened to Frank here.
Christians need to understand what is going on here.
The homosexual lobby in this country is becoming more powerful and more brazen in their efforts to punish and intimidate anyone who disagrees with them. We (AFA) are hearing from employees who are being forced to attend "diversity" and "sensitivity" classes or else lose their job. Just this week we got a letter from a doctor at a children's hospital in Ohio who sent us a picture of a "gay pride" exhibit on prominent display inside the hospital.
I urge you today to take a moment and let the decision makers at Cisco hear from you. If we don't start to speak up and fight back we are going to continue to lose and one day soon it will be illegal to preach against homosexuality from the pulpit. That day is coming. Frank was treated unjustly and unfairly (fired) just because he held traditional views on marriage.
TAKE ACTION and send this Action Alert to as many people as you can. Frank's story can serve a great purpose if we can get it across the country.
Send an email to Cisco and send this Action Alert to as many people as you can. Frank's story can serve a great purpose if we can get it across the country.
by Daniel Greenfield
Published: 06/20/11, 11:26 PM
(Israelnationalnews.com) Obama has announced the appointment of Azizah al-Hibri to the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom. Al-Hibri (full name, Azizah Yahia Muhammad Toufiq al-Hibri) is a Muslim professor and the granddaughter of a Sheikh, who claims that the Koran inspired Thomas Jefferson and the Founders and that the Saudi criminal justice system is more moral than the American one because it accepts blood money from murderers.
Tulsa Police Captain Paul Fields was recently suspended for two weeks without pay because, according to the WorldNetDaily story below (highlights added), he refused to attend a "Law Enforcement Appreciation Day" event at the Islamic Society of Tulsa"”an event that was nothing more than Islamic proselytizing.
As you read the story below, we're sure you'll feel as outraged as we are by this assault on Captain Fields' rights!
A Tulsa, Okla., police captain is suing his chief and the city after he was demoted and targeted by an internal investigation for refusing orders to attend an event featuring lessons in Islam, a tour and a prayer service at a mosque linked to an unindicted co-conspirator in a terror financing trial.
The legal action has been brought by attorneys with the Thomas More Law Center on behalf of Paul Fields.
Named as defendants are the city, police chief Charles W. Jordan and deputy chief Alvin Daryl Webster. WND requests for comment did not generate a response from the defendants.
The lawsuit focuses on the officer's constitutional and civil rights, and besides a resolution of Fields' concerns, it seeks an injunction preventing "enforcement of defendants' unconstitutional acts, policies, practices, procedures and/or customs."
At issue is a solicitation by officials in the Tulsa Police Department for officers to attend a "Law Enforcement Appreciation Day" organized by the Islamic Society of Tulsa. The invitation said the officers would be given tours of the mosque, meet the mosque's leadership, be given presentations of "beliefs, human rights, women" and "watch the 2-2:45 weekly congregational prayer service."
While at first the police administration's recommendation for attendance at the event appeared to be voluntary "“ there was a voluntary signup list "“ the law firm said when officers refused to respond, the managers made it a required event.
The day "had nothing to do with any official police function. It clearly fell outside of the police department's policy on community policing, and based on comments made by police department officials in a closed door meeting, it was not 'community outreach' as it has been previously portrayed," the law firm explained.
"Rather, it included a mosque tour, meetings with local Muslims and Muslim leadership, observing a 'weekly prayer service,' and lectures on Islamic 'beliefs,'" the Thomas More Law Center explained. "The event was scheduled for Friday, March 4, 20011 "“ Friday being the 'holy day' or 'Sabbath' for Islam. In fact, the event was originally voluntary, but when not enough officers were willing to attend, it became mandatory."
Invitation to prayers
The lawsuit alleges, "The event held by the Islamic Society involved Islamic proselytizing. The Islamic Society event was advertised as including Islamic proselytizing, and it in fact resulted in the proselytizing of city police officers who attended the event."
The issue of Islamic law, or Shariah, infiltration into the United States is drawing increasing attention. Several state legislative efforts already have developed, including in Oklahoma, Missouri, Tennessee and Florida, to prevent judges from applying Shariah, which includes penalties such as beheading for leaving Islam, in the government's court systems.
Last year in Oklahoma, voters with a 70-percent majority approved such a ban, but U.S. District Judge Vicki Miles-LaGrange blocked it after the Council on American-Islamic Relations argued the move was "anti-Islam."
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Supporters say the practice is genital mutilation, opponents call claims misleading
By Robin Hindery The Associated Press
updated 5/18/2011 7:07:58 PM ET
A proposal to ban the circumcision of male children in San Francisco has been cleared to appear on the November ballot, setting the stage for the nation's first public vote on what has long been considered a private family matter.
But even in a city with a long-held reputation for pushing boundaries, the measure is drawing heavy fire. Opponents are lining up against it, saying a ban on a religious rite considered sacred by Jews and Muslims is a blatant violation of constitutional rights.
A Question for Jacob RE: His Television Comments
The following was forwarded from Revelation TV:
I am writing in response to your interview with Jacob Prasch . I really enjoyed him and all the knowledge that he possesses.Ã‚Â I would just like pick up on a point that one of your viewers wrote in about regarding the revivals that have happened (such as Lakeland etc) and are happening now in Alabama.Ã‚Â Jacob said that these were counterfeit and not of God.Ã‚Â I cannot speak with any authority on previous revivals but feel passionately about what is happening in Alabama.
I have known Nathan Morris since he was 6 years old his Father is the pastor Ã‚Â of my church.Ã‚Â The heart of that family is that the lost will be saved they love the Lord with un compromised lives.Ã‚Â I know Nathan and the testimony of how God saved him.Ã‚Â He walks only in obedience to the Lord and nothing of what he does is driven by selfish ambition or deception.Ã‚Â He wants souls for the Lord.
I just felt I had to speak up because I don't want him to be tarred with the same brush (so to speak).Ã‚Â He speaks an uncompromised gospel and signs and wonders follow.
Greetings in Jesus.
I know nothing of Nathan Morris. (Obviously however he has never been anointed of the Lord to have a major evangelistic impact for Christ in his own country, the UK, or we all would have heard of him). This so-called "Church of His Presence" in Alabama, however, is pastored and led by John Kilpatrick, the same religious con-artist and proven liar who led the Pensacola scam that ended in financial scandal and an ugly split between Kilpatrick and Michael Brown.
When a brother or sister in Christ is suffering from a terminal illness and it is not the purpose of God to heal them but to call them home to Himself, it is always with a combination of sadness of joy that we learn of the temporary loss. So it is as we learned of the temporary loss of Christian academic journalist Dr. William Alnor, beloved husband of Christian apologetics researcher Jackie Alnor.
Feb 18, 2011
by Pastor Bill Randles
Yesterday a young man quietly stepped out onto a wrestling mat in Iowa and defaulted an opening round match in a tournament that he was highly favored to win. In a prepared, brief and modestly worded statement, He explained that his action was an expression of His christian faith.