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Thursday, 2 October 2014

2 October 2014. REAL Muslims DISOWN ISIS. Here’s the Real Deal…

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Russians of all faiths mourned the dead of the Bulgariya together… these Muslims are the real followers of the Prophet… not the ISIS murderers. Get a grip and a get a life…

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Millions of Muslims around the world hate the impression peddled in some quarters about their religion, and I can understand why. You see descriptions of Muslims as blood-drinking terrorists, intent on murdering Christians on sight. That’s simply not true. I like to recall that when a Volga passenger vessel went down a few years ago, there were THREE memorial services… one at the Orthodox cathedral, one at the main mosque in town, and a secular ceremony held at the main pier. Now, that’s the ticket! Everybody went to everybody else’s ceremony… and showed RESPECT. Now, that’s the RUSSIAN way… the way of Holy Rus… as Tsar St Nikolai showed in his actions (he learned some Arabic to show proper honour to the fact that this was the faith of many of his subjects… yes, he visited mosques, and showed proper respect when he was there). This is how we should act, too.

#NotInMyName…

I’m on your side, guys. Keep the faith…

BMD

Monday, 4 August 2014

Fr Georgi Viktorovich Nikishov… Killed by Junta Shelling After Liturgy

00 Fr G V Nikishov. Novorossiya. 04.08.14

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Give rest, O Lord, to the soul of thy servant, the Priest Georgi. A junta shell fired indiscriminately into a civilian area of Pervomaisk murdered Fr Georgi, after he’d served liturgy.

ВЕЧНАЯ ЕМУ ПАМЯТЬ!

5 August 2014

Novorusinform

http://www.novorosinform.org/news/id/5174

Editor:

Ask your priest to mention Fr Georgi in the Proskomidi and have Pannikhida served for him. That’s what Christians do. When I see the spilt blood of our co-religionists, the actions of quisling priests like Victor Potapov, Oliver Herbel, Lyonyo Kishkovsky, and JP makes my blood boil. We need to stand united, in support of the righteous god-pleasing cause of the People’s State of Novorossiya, not the cursed money-crazed plot of Corporate “Free Market” America.

The blood of the martyrs cries out to heaven… so do the actions of the traitors. One of these things is NOT like the other. Which one do you back? You can’t back both…

BMD

Monday, 21 April 2014

21 April 2014. A Photo Essay… President Assad in Liberated Ma’loula

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The above pics are of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in liberated Ma’loula. The nuns are back in their convent, and the Aramaic-speakers are back in town to stay. The sane Muslims, Alawis, and Christians stand together. Indeed, the Sunni Muslim hierarchy is friendly with their Christian colleagues, and vice versa. That’s the way it’s always been in Syria… it’s the way it’s gonna stay, if sane elements have their way (Syrian Muslims aren’t Wahhabis… hell, most Muslims in general aren’t Wahhabis, for that matter). Langley supported an al-Qaeda offshoot in Syria… that’s not surprising, considering that Zbig was the godfather of al-Qaeda back in the ’70s. The real reason for the USA getting involved was that Bashar al-Assad was pro-Russian, and the USA wanted to kick VVP in the ass. Well, that backfired, didn’t it? Raise a glass… Ma’loula is free!

BMD

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Friday, 18 April 2014

18 April 2014. A Picture IS Worth a Thousand Words: A Good Sign… Greek Bishop and Turkish Imam in Holy Friday Procession in Famagusta (Cyprus)

00 Greek Orthodox bishop and Islamic cleric. Holy Friday. 18.04.14

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Here’s a sign of GOOD NEWS. A Greek bishop and a Turkish imam walk together on Holy Friday in Famagusta in Cyprus. Mind you, the imam didn’t take part in the services, and there’s no set rubric for processing with the plashchanitsa (there are customs, but that isn’t the same, they differ from place to place, and rightfully so). This is isn’t the same as “sharing prayer”.

By the way, I didn’t post anything until after 15.00 EDT because this is the most solemn day of the Christian Year. In fact, I’m not going to post any “Church politics” today, as it’d be out of place. I AM posting on a VERY important story tomorrow. Stay tuned, kids.

BMD 

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