Can Europe move forward in 2007?
BBC - 04/01/2007

Now that the parties celebrating the accession of two new countries to the European Union are over, the EU finds itself once again staring at an uncertain future. What are the chances of the EU regaining momentum in 2007?

News Analysis: In 2007, Expect PA Factions to Wage Civil War
Arutz Sheva - 04/01/2007

Judging by events in the Middle East last year, 2007 promises to be even more dramatic. The following is a year-end series of educated guesses and predictions, with no responsibility taken for their accuracy.

Congressman to Be Sworn in Using Quran
AP - 03/01/2007

The first Muslim elected to Congress says he will take his oath of office using a Quran once owned by Thomas Jefferson to make the point that "religious differences are nothing to be afraid of."

Plans under way for North American Union
WorldNetDaily - 03/01/2007

While most Americans consider their nation's unsecured borders and the resulting flood of illegal immigrants to be among the country's most dire problems, the U.S. government inexplicably is engaged in progressively de-emphasizing those borders while integrating the U.S., Mexico and Canada into a North American "superstate."

Wave of murders and other crimes by illegal aliens in U.S.
WorldNetDaily - 02/01/2007

Though most of the media don't report it as such, and no government agencies are keeping tabs on it, there is an explosion of crime in the United States attributable to illegal aliens.

Iran leader's apocalyptic end-times vision
WorldNetDaily - 02/01/2007

While most of the reporting and analysis of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speech at the U.N. focused on what he had to say about the West and specifically the U.S., his chilling closing remarks were lost on most listeners and apparently all reporters as well.

Iranian Oil Bourse - 02/01/2007

The Iranian government has recently proposed to open an Iranian Oil Bourse that will be based on an euro-based oil-trading mechanism that naturally implies payment for oil in Euro. In economic terms, this represents a much greater threat to the hegemony of the dollar than Saddam's, because it will allow anyone willing either to buy or to sell oil for Euro to transact on the exchange, thus circumventing the U.S. dollar altogether. If so, then it is likely that much of the world will eagerly adopt this euro-denominated oil system:

2007 economic forecast: Dollar decline, recession
WorldNetDaily - 02/01/2007

Economists anticipate that the fall of the U.S. dollar in world currency markets that began in 2006 will accelerate in 2007.

'Teddy was J'lem and J'lem was Teddy' - 02/01/2007

Teddy was Jerusalem and Jerusalem was Teddy. In his spirit and personality, he represented the true uniqueness of the capital of the State of Israel," Jerusalem Mayor Uri Lupolianski said after news of Teddy Kollek's death was reported.

Muslims shout at Jesus' home:
'Islam will dominate the world' - 01/01/2007

NAZARETH. Islamic groups held a large militant march down the main streets of Nazareth this weekend, highlighting for some here the plight of Christians in this ancient city where Muslims have become a majority and members of the dwindling Christian population say they suffer regular intimidation.

Muslims ask to worship at Cordoba
Aljazeera - 01/01/2007

Spanish Muslims have written to the Vatican to demand the right to worship at Cordoba Cathedral.

2006 - Islamic outbursts were all the rage - 30/12/2006

It began with the Danish cartoons. It ended with the flying imams. It was a banner year for the Religion of Perpetual Outrage. Twelve turbulent months of fist-waving, embassy-burning, fatwa-issuing mayhem, intimidation and murder resounded with the ululations of the aggrieved.
All this in the name of defending Islam from "insult."

Vatican spokesman denounces Saddam's execution as 'tragic'
AP - 30/12/2006

The Vatican spokesman on Saturday denounced Saddam Hussein's execution as "tragic" and expressed worry it might fuel revenge and new violence. The execution is "tragic and reason for sadness," the Rev. Federico Lombardi said, speaking in French on Vatican Radio's French-language news program.

After Saddam: What next for Iraq?
BBC - 30/12/2006

Long before Saddam Hussein was sentenced to death, he had become an historical detail in Iraq. A big detail, an important one, but part of Iraq's past rather than its future.

Hated by many, mourned by few
BBC - 30/12/2006

Some Iraqis will miss Saddam Hussein but many more will not mourn him. He brought little but war and suffering to a people who should have been among the most prosperous in the Middle East, given the oil wealth the country sits on.

“Just what is an APOSTLE?”
Just what is an Apostle?

Today we find the Church of God in a “wilderness of religious confusion!”

The confusion is not merely around the Church – within the religions of the world outside – but WITHIN the very heart of The True Church itself!

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Listen to Me, You who know righteousness, You people in whose heart is My Law: …I have put My words in your mouth, I have covered you with the shadow of My hand, That I may plant the heavens, Lay the foundations of the earth, and say to Zion, “you are My people” (Isaiah 51:7,16)