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Syrian government soldiers retook the ancient Christian town of Sadad from Jihadi rebels. According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, residents from Sadad reported that rebels from the al-Qaeda-linked Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist organization have retreated from the town after heavy fighting with the Syrian army.
Located 95 kilometers (60 miles) north of Damascus, Sadad is an isolated Christian village mentioned in the Christian Bible. Its villagers still speak Aramaic, the ancient Semitic language spoken by Jesus. Rebel groups launched an assault on Sadad Oct. 21 when two suicide bombers assaulted a hospital and detonated themselves near a gas station.
Christian Newswire/ -- According to its Summer 2013 OmniPoll, a well-respected faith and culture research company in Ventura, CA, found that 41% of all U.S. adults, 54% of Protestants and 77% of Evangelicals believe the world is now living in the biblical end times.
When asked: "do you, personally, believe that the world is currently living in the 'end times' as described by prophecies in the Bible, or not? " a startling 41% of participants said yes.
The number was even higher for Protestants with a figure representing just over one in two protestant adults.
The United States Supreme Court, which opens every session in prayer, will hear arguments tomorrow on prayer in public venues offered before local governing bodies. Liberty Counsel filed an amicus brief with the Court on behalf of the Town of Greece, in upstate New York, which was sued for opening its town meetings in prayer.
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) is on the move again as the Senate Foreign Relations Committee has confirmed that it will hold hearings on the treaty starting today. The treaty was defeated on the Senate floor last year after it failed to receive the required two-thirds vote, largely because of strong opposition from parental rights and disability rights advocates.
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