Imam Ali preached in a Jordanian mosque: “We are all ISIS, anyone attacking ISIS attacks us all.” People are becoming more and more fanatical, especially Christians are being attacked. Christian businesses are being boycotted and businessmen are driven into bankruptcy.
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This nun works like Mother Theresa. But she has a sharp tongue when it comes to oppression in the name of Islam and about the naiveté and indulgence of the Europeans.
It combines their struggle for the poor and oppressed with the fight against intolerance. She points out that as many as 206 verses of the Koran are directed against the “unbelievers”. 79 verses demand directly to kill the “unbelievers”.
A big problem is illiteracy, in one village for example, there was only a 10-year-old girl who could read. Pregnant women who have difficulties with confinement die because of lack of medical assistance. Midwives and nurses only come where there are medical facilities.
In January, Hans Erling Jensen spent 3 weeks in the United States. I started my journey in Texas where the Foundation was first registered and then travelled to Rapid City in South Dakota for a hectic week together with friends and associates. The last week of my stay was spent with friends in New York and Greenwich, Connecticut.
It is 20th of January and I am in Texas at our American office. I’ve just been watching the inauguration of President Donald J Trump, and I am happy to say, that the 45’th President of the United States, really brought God into his service for his country. We never regretted that we endorsed Mr Trump for his wows about helping the persecuted when he moves into the “office”!
Joelle Perry reports about travelling with Sister Hatune across Germany: Giving a speech about Islam, attending a baptismal ceremony, interviewing a man whose mother survived the Armenian Genocide of 1915, picking up clothing donations from a shop for the refugees of her foundation, meeting the General Vicar of Münster. She does believe in action!
In her latest trip to the Middle East, to Turkey, Syria and Irak, Sister Hatune also visited Aleppo, to bring aid and hope to people in dire need, many of them on the brink of death. Despite the many obstacles associated with such a mission, she succeeded in her relentless effort. Nothing is more rewarding than seeing some hope returning to people´s eyes, specially children´s.
Sister Hatune speaks to a Christian family and gives a first-hand account of their situation and their experiences; in Aleppo, Syria, their home country, where some family members still live, and in Germany – even here, Christian families are not free from persecution. They plea to politicians in Germany: Please save the Christians in Syria. These are the real refugees!
Report from Sister Hatune about her latest trip to Egypt. She visited the area surrounding the Mokattam mountain, home to many Coptic Christians, also known as garbage people. Garbage has become their livelihood. But amid all the garbage, there are schools, churches, hospitals. Sister Hatune and her Foundation are also present here, providing help to people, making their life a bit more humane.
This week, Denmark got a new school. An Islamic high school. Not everyone is happy with that decision. Steffen Mortensen, member of the board at Hatune Foundation Sweden, wrote about the concern of the ongoing Islamisation of Europe – particularly Denmark in this case.