An approach was made to someone at a Moriel office concerning a plan to purchase a “refuge” property on a remote island for some kind of eschatological escape haven stating that others known to Moriel may be interested. We are not. Fortunately the Moriel team member whom he contacted ignored his suggestion out of hand as crazy. Others outside of Moriel however, it seems, did not. Continue reading
The West Australian
May 24, 2010, 9:35 AM
WA News / Sandra Jackson Â©
An Islamic woman has won $16,000 in compensation and a written apology after she and her friends were refused permission to go on water rides at Perth’s Adventure World because of their religious clothing.
Pakeeza Shaikh won the money this month following a year-long court battle after her group was told they could not go on water rides because of inappropriate swimwear.
Ms Shaikh complained in a private conciliation at the Equal Opportunity Commission that the group had suffered discrimination, and had been humiliated about covering up their bodies in line with their religious beliefs.
For publication in the Adelaide Advertiser. Thanks heaps.
Iâve noticed there have been a lot of articles of late concerning the Westâs condemnation of Israeli policy, especially policies that supposedly interfere with the current Peace Talks. And as President Obama and his administration has recently been most verbal of this kind of criticism, I believe there is a real danger of Prime Minister Rudd following suit, as there seems to be a sad and sorry history of Australian politicians playing âfollow the leaderâ when it comes to American policies, especially Foreign Policy, the Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan Wars would be fair examples to drive home this particular point. Continue reading
Moriel recently received the following email:
I have recently had a very rude and unexpected introduction to Vicky Dillen’s blog. In my 38 years of being in the Lord, I have rarely encountered such a blatant “root of bitterness” in my spiritual life, and that’s saying something considering my life experiences. After a series of unintended unpleasant exchanges, I managed to earn a sort of “red badge of courage” and was banned from further participation for a season. Somehow, I think I’ll get over the disappointment. An unteachable teacher is quite unseemly, and before I look at anyone else in this regard, I must first look at myself, endeavoring to take Paul’s admonition to Timothy to heart, “Pay close attention to yourself and to your teaching.” Their website states, “People are free to believe what they want.” What they fail to state [is] that it only applies as long as you are in agreement with them. Continue reading
Exposed Homosexual Scandal Preacher Appointed to Direct Elim’s Kinsington Temple Bible Institute
by Jacob Prasch
Roberts Liardon, the publicly exposed homosexual preacher and the defender of heretic William Branham and of Oral Robertsâ 900 foot tall Jesus threatening to kill Roberets if he did not come up with millions of dollars by the end of the month to save Robertâs now defunct medical institution, is now appointed to run Elimâs Kensington Temple Bible institute.
I once walked out in front of 3.000 people when Liardon was ranting his nonsense in Bournemouth and I once watched him on TV in Califiornia defend the maniacal antics of Oral Roberts and his 900 foot tall Jesus Christ threatening to kill him if he didnât cough up the cash by the end of the month.
For years I warned about former ballet dancer Colin Dyeâs association with this proven homosexual preacher. Not that it made a bit of difference to Wynn Lewis (now standing before the judgment seat of Christ to give account for his relentless promotion of the Toronto Deception and feeding the Lordâs sheep to wolves like Morris Cerullo). Neither did it make a difference to the Elim establishment such as John Smith, Gordon Hills, and Elimâs elder statesman John Lancashire. Continue reading
A MUSLIM student teacher has labelled a Christian school in Wyndham (near Werribee) discriminatory for refusing her a position based on her religion.
But Heathdale Christian College is standing by its decision, saying that as a faith-based school it expects its teachers, including student ones, to support its Christian perspective, the Wyndham Leader reports. Continue reading
Follow-up on the RMIT Islamic Prayer room…
This is the official RMIT response – published on 23 March.
Very interesting – the Muslims ALREADY have two Muslim prayer rooms on the city campus -and eight in total across all campuses.
Universities are places in which ideas are contested, sometimes hotly. Facilitating scholarly debate is part of our core business. But what happens when the arguments turn, not on academic opinion, but on religious belief? What then are a universityâs responsibilities? Continue reading
March 11th, 2009
Extrapolate the details in the following article by David Noakes to the bank crisis in the US and you get a plausible explanation for a disaster whose causes so far have not been explained or even investigated. Continue reading
Moslems Called For Forest Fire Arson Jihad In Australia, The USA, & Europe
We are all in a state of shock over the devastation in Victoria and in Queensland over the weekend and we must not forget that there have also been fires across NSW and South Australia . Continue reading
Entire towns were wiped out in the weekend’s fires, which the Prime Minister described as hell’s fury unleashed. It is 48C degrees with 100 KM winds.
Our Moriel Austrailia administrator is surrounded on three sides. Pray for God’s mercy and our entire Moriel Australia team.
âFor The Day Of The Lord Draws Near On All The Nations. As You Have Done, It Will Be Done To You. Your Dealings Will Return On your Own Headâ.Â Obadiah 1:15
In the book of Obadiah a prophetic curse is place on the Arab nations descended from Esau and on their dwelling in southern Jordan, Edom, so named not only for the redness of Esauâs hair or complexion but for the red color of the mountains of Seir surrounding Petra where he and his descendants dwelt. The inhabitants had always taken a rather nasty disposition towards their Israelite brethren, who only wanted to befriend them and have peaceful trade relations and the right to transit to their own promised land, but the Israelites were not to respond with hostility or touch the land God promised to their brothers-cum-cousins who were also descended from Abraham (Deuteronomy 2:2-4). Continue reading
Exclusive by Kathy McCabe and Simon Benson
January 22, 2007 12:00
THE Australian flag has been banned from this year’s Big Day Out in Sydney after organisers branded it a “gang colour” and symbol of hate.
The Daily Telegraph has learned organisers of the Aussie rock festival at Homebush will confiscate any flag or bandana bearing the national symbol at the gate. Continue reading
by Jan Markell
Muslims who want to live under Islamic Law (Sharia Law) were told this week to leave Australia as the government targeted radicals in a bid to head off potential terror attacks. A day after a group of mainstream Muslim leaders met with Prime Minister Howard, he made it clear that extremists would face a crackdown. Continue reading
Neither CNN cable news or Veri-chip are strangers to controversy. Saudi led Islamic investment in CNN’s parent company TIME WARNER AOL has led to speculation that such influence accounts for the often anti-American, anti-Israel and pro Moslem bias at CNN. Continue reading