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  • Tortured by a Witch Doctor, Saved by Australian Surgeons

    05/15/2012 8:26:56 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 5 replies
    Newcastle Herald ^ | 12 May, 2012 | AMY FALLON AND AMY CORDEROY
    The squeals of happiness from George Mukisa hide the terrible truth behind his trip to Australia from Uganda. George is a survivor of child sacrifice. He was aged just two, playing football with his brothers, when a neighbour, John Otebati, offered to take him into town for sweets. Instead, Otebati, a witch doctor, took him to a nearby banana plantation and removed his genitals with a knife. In Uganda, children live in fear of child sacrifice, driven by unscrupulous witch doctors and their accomplices or fraudulent traditional healers who claim they can bring power, prosperity and money. A report by...
  • Where child sacrifice is a business

    10/12/2011 7:12:52 AM PDT · by chorizo2 · 20 replies
    BBC News ^ | 11 October 2011 | Chris Rogers
    The villages and farming communities that surround Uganda's capital, Kampala, are gripped by fear. School children are closely watched by teachers and parents as they make their way home from school. In playgrounds and on the roadside are posters warning of the danger of abduction by witch doctors for the purpose of child sacrifice. The ritual, which some believe brings wealth and good health, was almost unheard of in the country until around three years ago, but it has re-emerged, seemingly alongside a boom in the country's economy. Stephen's decapitated body was found in a field. The mutilated bodies of...
  • Where child sacrifice is a business

    10/11/2011 9:38:53 PM PDT · by BlackVeil · 16 replies
    BBC News ^ | 11 Oct 2011 | By Chris Rogers
    The villages and farming communities that surround Uganda's capital, Kampala, are gripped by fear. School children are closely watched by teachers and parents as they make their way home from school. In playgrounds and on the roadside are posters warning of the danger of abduction by witch doctors for the purpose of child sacrifice. The ritual, which some believe brings wealth and good health, was almost unheard of in the country until around three years ago, but it has re-emerged, seemingly alongside a boom in the country's economy. [Picture] Stephen's decapitated body was found in a field ... Many believe...
  • R. Albert Mohler, Jr.: The Scandal of Gendercide – War on Baby Girls

    03/13/2010 11:54:31 AM PST · by wagglebee · 20 replies · 670+ views
    Christian Post ^ | 3/11/10 | R. Albert Mohler, Jr.
    The reality has been known for years now, though the Western media have generally resisted any direct coverage of the horror. That changed this week when The Economist published its stunning cover story -- "Gendercide -- What Happened to 100 Million Baby Girls?"In many nations of the world, there is an all-out war on baby girls. In 1990, economist Amartya Sen estimated that 100 million baby girls were missing -- sacrificed by parents who desired a son. Two decades later, multiple millions of missing baby girls must be added to that total, victims of abortion, infanticide, or fatal neglect.The...
  • The Blair House Witch Project

    02/25/2010 5:07:57 AM PST · by IbJensen · 5 replies · 308+ views
    American Spectator ^ | February 25, 2010 | George Neumyer
    The middle distance between truth and error is still error, but Barack Obama can't even get there. He is the self-appointed custodian of "common ground" while not moving an inch towards it, as evidenced by the fact that the most controversial element in his plan, abortion funding, remained in it up to the day of the summit. That Obama considers the taking of unborn life essential to "health care" explodes the conceit of the whole discussion, namely, his great concern, supposedly superior to the concern of Republicans, for the lives and welfare of the American people. He tosses and turns...
  • Africa: Witch doctors and politicians intertwined

    01/13/2010 6:15:52 AM PST · by markomalley · 8 replies · 278+ views
    Spero News ^ | 1/13/2010 | Martyn Drakard
    Are witch-doctors still part of the anecdotal, primitive folk-lore of Africa? Yes, they are. The witch-doctor, however, does not feature in the safari package; he is still a nasty reality, who holds many people helpless in his “supernatural” grip. His “shrine” isn’t to be seen in the picture post-cards; it is hidden in the forest. His rags, shaggy hair and paraphernalia have not started a fashion craze; they are dirty and ugly. Yet, he is feared. The Ugandan government, according to a recent BBC report, is worried about the increase of witch-craft, witch-doctors, and, consequently, the human sacrifices, especially children....
  • Witch-doctors reveal extent of child sacrifice in Uganda

    01/07/2010 6:00:55 AM PST · by reaganrevolutionin2010 · 25 replies · 1,062+ views
    BBC News ^ | 1/7/10 | Tim Whewell
    A BBC investigation into human sacrifice in Uganda has heard first-hand accounts which suggest ritual killings of children may be more common than authorities have acknowledged. One witch-doctor led us to his secret shrine and said he had clients who regularly captured children and brought their blood and body parts to be consumed by spirits. Meanwhile, a former witch-doctor who now campaigns to end child sacrifice confessed for the first time to having murdered about 70 people, including his own son. The Ugandan government told us that human sacrifice is on the increase, and according to the head of the...
  • Polish Cardinal, Former Secretary to Pope JPII: Politicians, Like Pilate, Kill the Truth-Unborn

    04/21/2009 9:42:45 PM PDT · by Salvation · 16 replies · 748+ views
    http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2009/apr/09042109.html ^ | Tuesday April 21, 2009 | Thaddeus M. Baklinski
    Tuesday April 21, 2009 Polish Cardinal, Former Secretary to Pope JPII: Politicians, Like Pilate, Kill the Truth of the Life of the Unborn By Thaddeus M. BaklinskiKRAKOW, Poland, April 21, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) - During his Good Friday homily at Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, a Marian pilgrimage site near Krakow and home to a live dramatization of the Passion of Christ, Archbishop of Krakow Stanis?aw Cardinal Dziwisz called on the over 150,000 faithful present to show courage and speak the truth in defense of the dignity of human life.The Cardinal condemned abortion, euthanasia, common-law marriage, homosexual unions and in vitro fertilization.Speaking to...
  • IDF Releases a First Official Statement

    05/19/2004 8:46:29 AM PDT · by Piranha · 7 replies · 153+ views
    Israel National News ^ | May 19, 2004 | IDF Spokesperson's Office
    (IsraelNN.com) The following statement referring to the counter-terrorism incident in Rafiah this afternoon was released a short time ago by the IDF Spokesperson’s Office. “Today's incident in Rafiah is a very grave incident and the IDF expresses deep sorrow over the loss of civilian lives. “At no point in this incident was intentional fire opened in the direction of civilians. “A large procession of several hundreds demonstrators, among them gunmen, organized by the Palestinian Authority, left central Rafiah along the main road towards IDF forces in Tel-Sultan. “As the crowd, with the gunmen among them, drew near IDF forces, a...
  • Our brave new world

    10/28/2003 3:57:16 AM PST · by cpforlife.org · 1 replies · 196+ views
    Town Hall ^ | 10-27-03 | Paul Greenberg
    The good news is that scientific testing is getting more and more sensitive; the bad news is that humans remain as insensitive as ever. Between modern medicine and mod language, we're now able to describe feticide - never call it that! - as peace of mind. The story, on Page 2 of the morning paper, caught my attention. ("New testing method spots Down's Syndrome earlier") How's that for good news? The opening paragraph of the AP story sounds as sunny as a spring day, as therapeutic as modern medicine, as cheering as a baby's first smile: "A new combination of...
  • Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Set to Advance, Media Errors Continue

    09/30/2003 10:31:48 AM PDT · by cpforlife.org · 10 replies · 198+ views
    LifeNews.com | 9-29-03 | Steven Ertelt
    Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- Members appointed to a conference committee to complete work on the partial-birth abortion ban are wasting no time in getting started. They are expected to meet Tuesday, where they will remove an amendment to the bill added in the Senate that endorses the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion. Once they finish, all that remains is for each chamber to approve the committee's report and then the bill goes to President Bush for his signature. At least one house is expect to take up the conference committee's report this week. Both chambers approved the...
  • Howard Dean: The Most Pro-Abortion Presidential Candidate?

    08/14/2003 2:05:02 AM PDT · by cpforlife.org · 22 replies · 362+ views
    lifenews.com ^ | August 13, 2003 | Steven Ertelt
    Editor's Note: This is the second in a series of LifeNews.com profiles on the Democratic presidential candidates. Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- The Democratic candidates for president are playing a game of one-upmanship in their attempt to gain support form abortion advocacy groups. But former Vermont Governor Howard Dead has a claim to fame none of the others can match: he's worked at Planned Parenthood. The physician-turned-politician did a stint at Planned Parenthood while working to become an internist, Mary Hahn Beerworth, director of Vermont Right to Life, tells LifeNews.com. However, the rotation wasn't required by his medical student program. "While...
  • Will New Technologies Mean the End of Abortion?

    08/10/2003 11:11:54 PM PDT · by cpforlife.org · 26 replies · 212+ views
    crosswalk.com ^ | August 8, 2003 | Albert Mohler
    Albert Mohler Author, Speaker, President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Friday, August 8, 2003 Will New Technologies Mean the End of Abortion? Thirty years later, it is now clear that the U. S. Supreme Court's 1973 Roe v. Wade decision marks the onset of the nation's full-blown culture war. Since then, more than 40-million babies have been murdered, and Roe still stands. The decision represents a breathtaking exhibition of judicial arrogance. The Court's majority was determined to legalize abortion, and the decision was just a legal rationalization for imposing this new "right." In The Brethren, reporter Bob Woodward of...
  • Whatever happened to the partial-birth abortion ban? (Analysis)

    08/10/2003 1:12:13 PM PDT · by cpforlife.org · 37 replies · 257+ views
    Washington, Aug. 08 (CWNews.com) - A federal ban on partial-birth abortion in the US, passed by Congress early in May, has still not become law, because of the obstructive techniques of Democratic legislators. Although both the House of Representatives and the Senate approved the partial-birth abortion ban by substantial minorities in the spring, and President George Bush has promised that he will sign the bill as soon as it reaches his desk. But Democratic lawmakers have seized on a technicality of the legislative process to stall the bill for three months already-- with no end yet in sight. The legislation...
  • Women to be offered abortions at home

    07/27/2003 10:03:14 PM PDT · by cpforlife.org · 48 replies · 2,627+ views
    http://news.independent.co.uk ^ | 27 July 2003 | Catherine Pepinster
    British women are for the first time to be offered drug-induced abortions at home under plans drawn up by a leading family planning organisation. The British Pregnancy Advisory Service, which is responsible for 50,000 abortions a year, says that home abortions will make the procedure quicker and easier for women. It is asking the Department of Health for the go-ahead for a pilot study of 500 home abortions. Its newly appointed chief executive, Ann Furedi, says that it will enable the charity to offer more terminations to more women, as well as enable them to be done sooner. She wants...
  • Results of a Thirty Year Experiment on Women

    07/26/2003 12:47:26 PM PDT · by cpforlife.org · 20 replies · 444+ views
    Concerned Women for America ^ | 7/23/2003 | Kathryn Hooks
    Abortion has Failed Women. After a three-decade experiment initiated by Roe v. Wade, the results clearly show that abortion harms women. America has polarized the abortion debate between the unborn child and the woman, but in reality abortion does not offer the best choice for either. A survey by the Alan Guttmacher Institute, research arm for Planned Parenthood, showed women primarily choose abortion because of lack of financial resources and lack of emotional support. Abortion appears to these women to be the only choice available. The false notion that abortion provides the best and easiest solution to an unwanted pregnancy...