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.
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”.
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.
Bringing Christmas to the refugees in the Middle East. Catering for their basic needs and bringing hope and some joy to thousands of people, many of them still stranded in precarious camps. Read more about Sister Hatune latest trip to the area and the kind of help we provide with your kind donations.
“ . . . even if some did succeed in reforming Islam, as I hope they do, for the sake of the persecuted, the passionate spirit of Jihad and the retribution of an angry Allah, demanding to be expressed through his people in war, and establish world peace through this “holy war”, as a sort of theocracy, would prevail in those who have faith in the divine inspiration of the Qur’an, and in Muhammad as Allah’s last and final prophet (word) to mankind.”
“Europe is a continent of countries of liberality, freedom, peace, acceptance, democracy, human rights, human equality, freedom of press, freedom of speech, and freedom of religion. Whoever cannot submit to our laws should be deported if they are trying to immigrate.” – Sister Hatune
“Sister Hatune begged them to not close the door to the real refugees – the persecuted minorities, of which she once was a part of and found refuge in Germany.” – Sister Hatune
This year again, Sister Hatune wants to go to the Middle East to spend Christmas with the refugees. Hundreds of thousands of people in the war zones of Iraq and Syria, as well as in the surrounding countries, are still living in great misery. When she says celebrating Christmas, it is not about bringing toys and chocolate to the people. It’s not a symbolic gesture, it is about saving lives.
Some background of Sister Hatune´s and her Foundation´s endorsement of Donald Trump for the Presidency of the USA. His stance on issues relating to the persecution of Christians and other religious minorities, better immigration controls, radical Islam and the general situation in the Middle East are similar to the long-held position of our foundation. Now that he has been elected, we hope that he can change things for the better.
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.