Cancerul ISIS Se Raspandeste In Asia Centrala

Planul de cucerire a Statului Islamic

Planul de cucerire a Statului Islamic

Traducere Agnus Dei – Articolul: Asia Centrala-Mission Netwok News – ISIS Cancer Spreads to Central Asia

CITESTE / VEZI si – Atacuri teroriste asupra a doua biserici crestine din Lahore, Pakistan

La fel ca si un cancer agresiv, organizatia islamic terorista ISIS, isi adanceste radacinile in Asia Centrala prin pasajul natiunilor Pakistan si Afganistan.

La inceputul acestei luni, Turkmenistanul a inceput sa-si trimita trupele militare la frontiera ca sa supravegheze impotriva prezentei tot mai vizibile a lui ISIS in tara vecina Afganistan. In luna Februarie, zeci de Hazara musulmani siiti, care erau in drum spre Kabul, au fost rapiti de teroristi suspecti a fi din gruparea ISIS.

,,Este posibil ca ISIS sa-si piarda din influenta in unele zone, pe care au avut-o in Siria si Irak, dar isi face prezenta tot mai simtita in alte zone,” obsearva Bruce Allen de la organizatia Forgotten Missionaries International (FMI).

Lupta Sau Demonstratie De Zbor?

Regiunea Asia Centrala include Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan si Uzbekistan. Photo

Regiunea Asia Centrala include Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan si Uzbekistan. Photo

In timp ce saptamana aceasta, presedintele afgan Ghani a cerut ajutor Statelor Unite impotriva lui ISIS, oficialii pakistanezi isi incoarda muschii militari.

,,Pentru prima data in sapte ani, guvernul pakistanez zice: ,,Sa ne aratam puterea noastra militara”. Multe parade militare, spectacole de aer al Fortelor Aeriene, si lucruri de felul acesta,” a spus  Allen, referindu-se la sarbatorirea de luni a Zilei Republicii.

Ziua Republicii, numita si Ziua Pakistanului este o sarbatoare nationala care comemoreaza infiintarea Statului Pakistanez in anul 1940, fiind prima Republica Islamica din lume. Din anul 2008 nu au mai fost tinute nici un fel de parade care sa marcheze aceasta sarbatoare, cand conflictele cu armata talibana au atins un punct culminant.

Multi pot interpreta aceste grandioase demonstratii militare ca o „reinnoire” a simtamantului de patriotism, a spus Allen, dar el suspecteaza motivele ulterioare.

,,Ceea ce eu cred este ca guvernul incearca sa trimita un mesaj teroristilor ca armata este pregatita impotriva atacurilor teroristilor,” afirma Allen.

Multe din celulele fragmentate ale islamicilor teroristi din Pakistan, au jurat apartenenta steagului negru al lui jihad, a mai adaugat el.

,,Daca ISIS le spune, ‘Sariti,’ unele dintre aceste grupari vor zice, ‘Cat de Sus?”

Botez in apa, Pakistan. Photo credit

Vestea Buna

Pastori sprijiniti de Organizatia crestina FMI raspund prin a educa pe crestini cum sa evite probleme si in acelasi timp sa impartaseasca Evanghelia.

,,Avem o multime de lucruri bune pe care urmeaza sa le facem, chiar si in mijlocul acestui prapad,” ne spune Allen.

Luna viitoare partenerii nationali a lui FMI vor aduna pastorii impreuna cu familiile lor impreuna la o conferinta de conducere. Va fi de asemenea un timp de incurajare reciproca.

,,De asemenea, au in plan ca dupa conferinta sa inceapa cursuri de teologie in trei orase diferite,” a adaugat Allen.

In mod normal, FMI imputerniceste pe liderii crestini indigeni din Pakistan. Dar in lumina celor ce se intampla, pastorii au considerat ca este important sa extinda acest curs de pregatire si la membrii laici.

,,Orisicare este asociat cu acea biserica – fie ca este un batran al bisericii (elder), diacon, invatator de la  Scoala Duminicala, si chiar simpli membrii  din biserica, pastorii vreau sa-i introduca la cursuri teologice, si la mai multa intelegere a Bibliei,” a explicat Allen.

Though persecution is on the rise, it isn’t stopping believers in Kazakhstan (Central Asia) from sharing their faith

English: Map of the Ethno-Linguistic groups of...

English: Map of the Ethno-Linguistic groups of central Asia.  (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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From the Russian/Asian front. Mission News Network reports:

Kazachs consider evangelist worse than spies for bringing Kazakhs to Christ.

SGA serves Bible-preaching churches in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States by helping national pastors and churches reach their own people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. „There definitely has been an uptick in the level and intensity of persecution in these countries,” says Griffith.

„The worst persecution believers get would be in Turkmenistan andUzbekistan, but it certainly has been stepping up in Kazakhstan.” (Photo credit

Persecution Personified

Earlier this year, Pastor Bakhytzhan Kashkumbayev was imprisoned as part of a nationwide crack-down. He’s been arrested on trumped-up charges, denied medical attention, and imprisoned in a psychiatric asylum. Now, according to International Christian Concern (ICC), Kazakh officials are harassing members of Kashkumbaev’s Grace Protestant Church.

„You are worse than spies. You bring Kazakhs to Christ,” an officer reportedly told one of ICC’s sources.

In Eastern Kazakhstan, Baptist Pastor Pavel Leonov is facing up to a year in prison for refusing to pay a fine equal to two months’ income, according to Forum 18 News. Leonov is part of the Council of Churches Baptist, a group which refuses to register their fellowships with the government.

SGA works with churches of the Union of Evangelical Christians Baptist (UECB), a group registered with Kazakhstan’s government. But that doesn’t mean they don’t run into problems, Griffith notes. „They try to comply with registration laws,” he says. „They try to follow the law as closely as they can, and they still end up getting persecuted anyway.”

The Silver Lining

Though persecution is on the rise, it isn’t stopping believers in Central Asia from sharing their faith. „The churches remember what life was like under Communism,” Griffith states. „They know what it is to live and serve under persecution, and they’re certainly not going to stop proclaiming the Gospel because this seems to be stepping up again.”

Keep praying for persecuted Christians around the world. Pray specifically for believers in Central Asia. „Pray for these pastors who are encountering difficulty right now,” adds Griffith.

„For some reason, it just doesn’t seem to grab the attention of the news media, and it needs to,” says Griffith. „I mean, these are people that are actually being killed for their faith.”

You can read more of Pastor Bakhytzhan Kashkumbayev’s story at

Persecution of Christians in Kazakhstan

Photo via Story via Mission News Network

Kazakhstan (CAM) ― Is religious freedom a reality in Kazakhstan? The answer depends on who you ask.

While the constitution of this Central Asian country provides for freedom to worship, in truth it is adherents of traditionally recognized faiths and denominations who enjoy that privilege.

Ironically, says Christian Aid Mission, more restrictive laws were enacted to stem the tide of growing Islamic radicalism in Kazakhstan. In the process, intense government scrutiny of all minority religious groups has led to persecution of Christians, particularly evangelicals.

A law passed in 2011 requires churches and religious organizations to apply for state registration. The process is not that simple, however, as official registration is restricted to groups of 50 people or more. Most Christian congregations in Kazakhstan are small and meet in private homes.

To comply with the new regulations, a group of believers can only gather for worship or prayer in a state-approved location, such as a church building. Since the purchase or construction of building costs anywhere from $12,000 to $18,000 on average, congregations find themselves facing a great dilemma. (Photo below via

Even believers who are members of government-sanctioned churches sometimes encounter harassment from local authorities and have to prove their case in court.

The crackdown has resulted in arrests, steep fines, and imprisonment. According to the Forum 18 News Service Web site, fines were imposed on at least 62 Council of Churches Baptists since the start of 2013. The denomination refuses to pay the fines on principle, considering them in violation of human rights.

In response, the government has reportedly imposed a new set of restrictions on the Baptist churches, banning the members from traveling outside of the country until the fines are satisfied.

The following report was taken verbatim from a Christian Aid-assisted ministry in Kazakhstan. It reveals the extreme measures taken by local authorities to try to stamp out unregistered churches.

On March 31 in a town in eastern Kazakhstan, nine Christians (mainly elderly people) gathered to celebrate Easter, to pray, communicate, and have some tea. After a while, seven police officers came into the apartment. They brought two drunken men with them as witnesses.

Without presenting any documents, the police began to take a video and do a search of the apartment. The senior captain offered to take the Christians to the police station for questioning, but the Christians refused, demanding a good reason for why they should. The answer was that they were engaged in unregistered religious activities.

On April 3, this group of Christians was called to the police station. After police kept them in the office from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., they were given the interrogation report to sign. The report stated they were engaged in illegal religious activities and storage and sale of drugs. Some of the elderly people signed the report without reading it. But after one woman pointed out the information about drugs, all of them refused to sign it. The authorities threatened to place the group in jail overnight. The Christians sent a statement to the regional prosecutor’s office, including a copy of the document that accused them of storage and sale of drugs.

An administrative court proceeding took place April 18, where four of the Kazakhs were each fined $577 to be paid within one month. The next day, a trial was held for three more of the Christians. Two were fined a penalty of $577 each, and the other individual was fined $1154. Two more people are in the hospital at the present time and haven’t been given a summons to the court. The total sum of fines was $4616.

Before the “law of religious activity,” this small group of Christians was without any need of registration. With the introduction of new rules, the legal features were established. They applied for registration a couple of times since September of last year and were rejected because there were less than 50 people.

Despite opposition, the Kazakh churches continue to grow. About 25% of the country’s population is Christian, most of whom are from the accepted Russian Orthodox denomination. Protestants, making up 0.8%, are viewed with suspicion as dangerous sects that may pose a threat to the government.


Ploaie de Meteoriti in Rusia – Meteorite hits Russia (video)

PHOTO- Meteor explodes in the sky over Chelyabinsk, Russia (Image from dashboard camera, credit unknown)

CHELYABINSK, Russia, February 15, 2013 (ENS) – An asteroid several meters in diameter exploded in the atmosphere above the city of Chelyabinsk today at about 9:30 in the morning local time, injuring hundreds of people and damaging thousands of buildings, said officials.

Videos of the event taken on dashboard camera, such as the four images below, show an object streaking across a clear, blue sky and bursting into fireballs with loud explosions. Trails of vapor were visible for hundreds of miles.

As of late afternoon, around 1,200 people had been reported hurt, including more than 200 children, mostly in the Chelyabinsk Region, the Interior Ministry told the RIA Novasti news agency.

Two people are reported to be in “grave” condition, but most of those hurt had suffered minor cuts from broken glass as the shockwaves from the meteorite shattered windows in Chelyabinsk, a city of 1.1 million residents south of the Ural Mountains in south-central Russia.

President Vladimir Putin ordered emergency officials to provide “immediate” assistance to people affected by the meteorite.

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Un meteorit de 10 tone a intrat in atmosfera si a explodat deasupra Rusiei. Meteoritul intra in atmosfera cu o viteza halucinanta- 20 km pe secunda, peste 70,000 de km pe ora. La contactul cu aerul, meteoritul a explodat de 9 ori. Aproape 1000 de oameni au fost raniti de suflul exploziilor. Meteoritul a provocat un crater de 6 metri in Kazakstan, 3,000 de cladiri sunt avariate. Printre ele, sute de scoli si gradinite, toate pline in momentul impactului. Dar, dezastrul ar fi putut sa fie mult mai mare daca meteoritul ar fi ramas intreg.

Autoritatile Ruse spun ca nu au mai bombardat meteoritul pentru ca nu l-au observat la timp. Multumesc lui Ana Badiu pentru semnalarea acestui video:

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