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Date: 2008-11-29 22:12:37
Crusadewatch weekly updates - November 29, 2008

Weekly updates

News from Crusade Watch

Christian pilgrims to leave today ( published Monday, 24 November 2008 21:59)

source:  Deccan Chronicle, November 24, 2008

(Crusadewatch Editor's note:  This is a classic example  of the effects of electing a fundamentalist Christian to rule.  Poor people's tax  collections are misused which instead could have fed thousands of poor families for years.  The same money could be used to renovate many dilapidated schools.  Christians talk of charity but people fail to understand how a person who truthfully follows Jesus's teachings could misuse public money)

Hyderabad, Nov. 24: The first batch of 50 Christian pilgrims will leave for Jerusalem on Tuesday as part of the state government’s scheme to help Christians visit places connected with life of Jesus Christ.




A subsidy of Rs 20,000 will be provided to every pilgrim, which is at par with the Haj pilgrims. The government has allocated a budget of Rs 2...


Pastor threatens to end life (Example of Christian intolerance) ( published Monday, 24 November 2008 21:51)

source: Deccan Chronile, November 25, 2008

(Crusadewatch Editor's note:  This is an example of how Christianity is imposed on people.  In this case, the wife is not allowed to practice her beliefs.  Her husband will eventually force the wife to follow his religion and wishes)

Lucknow, Nov. 24: A pastor, who has been removed from the panel of pastors merely because his wife observed the ‘Karva Chauth’ fast in October, has now threatened to immolate himself if the Bishop Council does not revoke its decision.

Pastor Satyendra Srivastava of the assembly of believer’s church in Kanpur, on Monday said, "I will immolate myself on December 19 if the Bishop...

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