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battaglia contro l’Europa di Bruxelles
Giorgia Meloni, nasce l'asse tra Fratelli d'Italia e i conservatori e sovranisti dei paesi Visegrad. Alle Europee di maggio correrete con il vostro simbolo o ci saranno novità? «Questa scelta va nel solco del progetto che abbiamo lanciato ad Atreju, quello di costruire, a partire da Fratelli d'Italia, un grande movimento di tutti i conservatori e sovranisti italiani, alleato ma distinto dalla Lega. Il nostro simbolo è diventato un punto di riferimento credibile per milioni di italiani e naturalmente lo ritroveranno sulla scheda il 26 maggio. Non escludiamo, però, di integrarlo per rendere anche graficamente più inclusivo il nostro progetto».

Cosa vi unisce ai Conservatori europei? «Dopo la Brexit e la fuoriuscita degli inglesi, il gruppo sarà guidato dai conservatori polacchi, il principale partito di governo del blocco di Visegrad che per noi rappresenta un modello di come si può stare in Europa a testa alta senza rinunciare alla propria sovranità nazionale. Con loro e con altri partiti europei la destra italiana è stata alleata fino al 2009 e quindi per noi è una collocazione naturale. Ci auguriamo poi che a maggio si possa concretizzare anche l'ingresso di Orbán in questo gruppo, sarebbe una scelta coerente e positiva. Inoltre, vogliamo rafforzare la voce dell'Europa mediterranea che già oggi vede nel gruppo Ecr la presenza importante di Raffaele Fitto e Remo Semagiotto».

Cosa vi distingue da Salvini e Le Pen? «Noi riteniamo che non basti dire no a questa Unione Europea, ma si debba avere il coraggio di proporre un modello alternativo. Crediamo in una confederazione di nazioni libere e sovrane, capaci di coordinarsi su materie centrali come immigrazione, sicurezza e mercato interno, ma libere di scegliere il meglio su tutto il resto, senza ingerenze dei burocrati europei».

Alla luce dell'asse siglato a Bruxelles, è possibile che si vada verso una lista unica che contenga Fratelli d'Italia, Lega e una parte di Forza Italia? «Noi siamo m campo con il nostro progetto, puntiamo a superare ampiamente lo sbarramento e a tornare a Bruxelles con una pattuglia numerosa e combattiva. L'obiettivo è rafforzare il polo sovranista, in cui noi e il gruppo conservatore lavoreremo per unire i popolari ai populisti confinando per sempre la sinistra e Macron fuori dalle stanze dei bottoni europei».

Questa scelta di campo complica ancora di più i rapporti con Forza Italia, che aderisce al Ppe. È così? «Su questo con Forza Italia abbiamo sempre avuto posizioni distanti, per troppo tempo li abbiamo visti votare con la Merkel. Dopodiché il nostro auspicio è che il Ppe prenda sempre più la strada indicata da Orbán e abbandoni definitivamente l'abbraccio mortale con la sinistra».

Fdl ha incontrato il premier Conte, dando disponibilità a votare il decreto sicurezza. L'esecutivo poi è ricorso alla fiducia. Ora cosa farete? «Purtroppo il regolamento del Senato impedisce di votare il provvedimento separato dalla fiducia e quindi ci asterremo. Non abbiamo mai nascosto la nostra disponibilità a votare il decreto sicurezza perché, seppur incompleto, rappresenta un cambio di passo rispetto al buonismo dei governi Pd. Certo fa specie che tutti i nostri emendamenti siano stati bocciati, in nome di un compromesso al ribasso tra Lega e M5S».

La fiducia è un segnale di debolezza per il governo? Di Maio non sembra riuscire a tenere unito il suo partito. «Ho sempre considerato il M5S una forza di sinistra su tutte le principali questioni del nostro tempo. Dall'immigrazione ai valori non negoziabili, fino al rapporto con l'Europa la pensano come il Pd. E ne ho avuto conferma proprio qui a Bruxelles dove tutti ci hanno confermato che, dopo aver cercato di aderire al partito europeo di Mario Monti, in aula su questi temi i grillini votano quasi sempre con le sinistre. È inevitabile che queste contraddizioni emergano e non ci sarà sempre la fiducia a salvarli».

In caso di espulsione o scissione della sinistra grillina, Fdl potrebbe essere interessata a entrare nell'area di maggioranza spostando l'asse a destra? «Abbiamo sempre detto che non siamo interessati ad entrare in maggioranza per qualche strapuntino. Ci interessa provare a condizionare le politiche di questo governo per il bene degli italiani. Continueremo a fare la nostra opposizione patriottica, votando a favore dei provvedimenti utili e contro quelli dannosi».

L'esperienza di questo governo è destinata a finire con le Europee? «Questo governo cadrà quando sarà pronta un'alternativa credibile. Noi siamo impegnati a costruire questa alternativa, affiancando alla Lega un partito conservatore e sovranista, nazionale, credibile e di governo, per salvare Salvini dall'abbraccio mortale con i 5 stelle e riportare al governo un centrodestra rinnovato».

Che ne pensa dell'emendamento M5S che sospende i tempi di prescrizione? «Una forzatura inaccettabile, figlia di una scarsa cultura di governo e di un'ideologia giustizialista che persino io, che di certo non sono tenera su certi temi, respingo. Il nostro modello è "fine pena mai per gli assassini", quello dei 5Stelle è "fine processo mai per i cittadini". Bisogna affrontare il tema alla radice: si fa giustizia giusta se si garantiscono tempi brevi e certi per i processi, non se si tiene la gente imputata per tutta la vita. La maggioranza si rimangi questa norma scellerata».



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Attacks on Christians that began in one area of Uttar Pradesh in July have spiked and spread, instilling fear in congregations throughout the state.


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Persecution of Christians Radiates Outward from Hub in Northern India, Sources SayFear spreads throughout churches in Uttar Pradesh.By Our India Correspondent

NEW DELHI, November 7, 2018 (Morning Star News) – Attacks on Christians that began in one area of Uttar Pradesh in July have spiked and spread, instilling fear in congregations throughout the state, sources said.




After several attacks in Jaunpur District in July, by the end of October persecution of Christians had spread to 32 of Uttar Pradesh’s 75 districts, rights activist Dinanath Jaiswar told Morning Star News, with some of those districts seeing assaults earlier in the year.




“Jaunpur District has emerged as the epicenter of violence against the Christian community,” Jaiswar said. “The frequency and intensity of the incidents took us by surprise. There were days when at least two or three incidents would be reported from different parts of Uttar Pradesh, and we would struggle on how to provide help to hapless Christians.”




Many pastors went into hiding since July, though in many cases their congregations were able to keep meeting, and all of the church leaders have since returned home, sources said.




“Many a time we have had to divide our team or call more people, just so we could stand with the people who were being targeted and arbitrate with the authorities for their release,” Jaiswar said.





“There is a sense of fear in the atmosphere,” a Christian leader said. “Which church would be attacked, and when, is a constant threat in the hearts of the pastors of Uttar Pradesh.”




Persecution of Christians in Jaunpur District spread like wildfire to nearby districts, making Uttar Pradesh the state with the most violence against Christians since January, rights activists said.




“Incidents of violence and hate targeting Christians have risen to a never-before level in Uttar Pradesh,” said the Rev. Vijayesh Lal, general secretary of the Evangelical Fellowship of India (EFI) and national director of EFI’s Religious Liberty Commission. “Whereas there were 50 incidents that were documented in the state of Uttar Pradesh last year as a whole, this year till [the end of] October we have already documented 64 incidents.”




September and October were among the worst months for aggression against Christians in the state, he said. EFI-RLC recorded 28 cases in September and 16 in October in Uttar Pradesh.




Since January, violence has broken out against Christians in districts of Azamgarh, Gorakhpur, Ghazipur, Kaushambi, Allahabad, Bareilly, Meerut, Agra, Lucknow, Mahoba, Mau, Pratapgarh, Varanasi, Kannauj, Pilibhit, Ghaziabad, Muzzafarnagar, Lakhimpur, Fatehpur, Raebareli, Sitapur, Meerut, Mirzapur, Hapur, Barabanki, Siddharth Nagar, Kanpur, Khushinagar, Gautam Budh Nagar and Kannauj, along with Jaunpur.




“It is a fact that the Christians living in the most populous state of India, Uttar Pradesh, are facing heightened fear of threat to their lives for practicing their faith,” said A.C. Michael, national coordinator of minority affairs for the All India Catholic Union (AICU).




Pastors were routinely taken into police custody based on false allegations of forceful religious conversion, he said.




“In one such case, on Sept. 13, a Christian who was leading a prayer meeting was beaten up and warned of severe consequences if he continued to pray,” Michael said. “Christians in Jaunpur are in great fear of being attacked and are not even conducting prayers in their own homes.”




Police deliberately approached pastors’ homes late at night to harass them and their families, said a source who requested anonymity.




“Picking up pastors and Christian leaders after midnight, keeping them in police custody for 24 hours, is a technique to mentally harass them and to instill fear in them,” the source told Morning Star News.




Attacks on Christians in India have risen from 150-plus in 2014 to more than 250 already in 2018, according to Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), which undertakes legal advocacy for religious freedom.




“What should worry the Christian community, especially its leadership, is that out of three democratic pillars of India, both government and media are ignoring these seemingly systematic attacks on Christians,” an ADF press statement reads.




The third pillar, the judiciary, has more than 200 cases of false allegations of forcible conversion pending in various courts of India, including the Supreme Court, it adds.




Epicenter

The Hindu extremist targeting of churches started from the Bhulandih village, Jaunpur District, where pastor Durga Prasad Yadav leads the Jeevan Jyoti Satsang Prarthana Kendra (Light of Life Fellowship Prayer Centre).




Police also targeted Pastor Yadav, summoning and beating him in June. Between 7,000 to 8,000 people regularly attend his church services, according to reports.




On July 20, news portal jantakiawz.org reported in Hindi that 95 percent of households in a Jaunpur village had become Christian. A subtitle read, “Christian missionaries running their campaign quietly but effectively. Conversions happening in the name of prayer…”




The portal updated the content the next day, and national Hindi newspaper Dainik Jaagran and other portals carried the same news.

On Aug. 3, an Additional Civil Judge in Pancham ordered registration of a complaint against Pastor Yadav and 270 other Christians. For Sunday services on Aug. 5, police provided protection from Hindu threats on his church at the pastor’s request.




Police on Sept. 5 registered a First Information Report (FIR) against Pastor Yadav and the 270 others based on the complaint by attorney Brijesh Singh. Christian leaders said that the police started to visit many area churches, questioning pastors, other Christians and whoever they could find on church premises.

Sources indicated that police began the harassment only after state officials became involved. Superiors at the Chandwak police station even removed a police officer, Shashi Chandra Chaudhry, from the Bhulandih village case for failing to act against Pastor Yadav and other Christians, according to local news outlets.


Meantime, news channels led by Zee TV created a furor with nearly 24-hour reporting on alleged forcible conversions in the Jaunpur area on Sept. 10-11. Christian leaders have slammed the coverage by Zee TV as inflammatory.

Between Sept. 11 and the end of the month, police arrested and detained many pastors, disrupted worship services and told people to go home and not attend anymore.


At the same time, Hindu extremists were targeting churches throughout the region, disrupting services and attacking Christians not only in Jaunpur but also other districts in Uttar Pradesh. Many pastors began to go into hiding.

police Prohibit Services, Attendance

There are at least 10 megachurches in Jaunpur District alone, with about 25,000 people attending worship services, sources said.

“About six megachurches that were targeted by the police in Jaunpur are permanently closed since the initial attack,” rights activist Jaiswar said. “They have been asked to obtain permission from the district magistrate or High Court to resume church services.”

Pastors who had been in hiding since the attacks in September have all returned home, he said.

The largest megachurch, with 7,000 members, is that of Pastor Durga Prasad Yadav in Bhulandih village, Jaunpur, which has been shut down.

“I have not conducted church for two months now,” Pastor Yadav said. “Police are guarding our worship places morning and evening to stop any believer from coming to church. The situation here is very tense.”

Police issued an arrest warrant against Pastor Yadav, but he secured a stay order against it from the High Court on Oct. 10. He said he is desperately waiting for justice and permission for his church to resume services.

Hindu extremists on Sept. 23 attacked pastor Ashok Rajbhar, who leads a church of about 2,000 members in Nevadiya village, Jaunpur District. Though police have not registered a case against him, officers stopped worshippers from reaching church services on four consecutive Sundays, sources said.

For the next two Sundays, police arrested and locked up Pastor Rajbhar and his father to keep them from leading services, they said. His church is completely shut down.

Police on Sept. 24 arrested pastor Nanhe Lal of Jaunpur. Though they did not register a case against him, officers obtained a pledge in writing from him that he would not lead services until he obtains permission from the district magistrate or High Court.

Police secured the same pledge in writing from Pastor Ram Asre of Badlapur, Jaunpur District, threatening to arrest him if he led worship for his 1,000-member church. Pastor Ram Bachan received several threats before police booked him under various charges alleging forceful conversion. He obtained bail on Oct. 30, but his 500-member church has shut down.


Police also have registered a case against pastor Ram Kumar of Pratapgarh District on various charges. He has filed for a stay against the FIR in the Lucknow High Court, but his church has closed.

After these churches were forced to shut down, the members began meeting in small groups in their homes. Sources said police patrolled outside their homes and stopped them from meeting.

Christian leaders said that all churches in Uttar Pradesh are stricken with fear from reports every day of attacks on churches.

“The Christian community in Uttar Pradesh is under duress, and there is a sense of fear in the atmosphere,” a Christian leader from Uttar Pradesh told Morning Star News. “Which church would be attacked, and when, is a constant threat in the hearts of the pastors of Uttar Pradesh.”

ADF notes in its campaign celebrating the 70th anniversary of the U.N. Universal Declaration of Human Rights that it is sadly ironic that Christians are persecuted in India, a country with a long tradition and legal framework of freedom of religion.

Article 18 of the U.N. declaration asserts that believers have the freedom to practice their faith “in teaching, practice, worship and observance,” ADF notes in its campaign to obtain signatures supporting the Geneva Statement on Human Rights at www.ImHumanRight.org.

The hostile tone of the National Democratic Alliance government, led by the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party, against non-Hindus, has emboldened Hindu extremists in several parts of the country to attack Christians since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took power in May 2014, religious rights advocates say.


India ranked 11th on Christian support organization Open Doors’ 2018 World Watch List of countries where Christians experience the most persecution.

If you would like to help persecuted Christians, visit http://morningstarnews.org/resources/aid-agencies/ for a list of organizations that can orient you on how to get involved.

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Paris: Muslims violently assault two young Jews in a single week
By Robert Spencer on Nov 06, 2018 02:12 pm





“A young schoolgirl wearing the uniform of the Jewish school that she attends was approached by an older man who spoke to her in Arabic before punching her hard in the back.” And then “a separate incident the following day was reported in the 19th arrondissement in northeastern Paris. A young man wearing a yarmulke […]

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Video: The Apostate Prophet and Robert Spencer on countering the global jihad
By Robert Spencer on Nov 06, 2018 01:51 pm




A wide-ranging and most interesting recent discussion with the Apostate Prophet.
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Muslim takes photos of Oklahoma City National Memorial, says “hundreds of people are going to die in Oklahoma City”
By Robert Spencer on Nov 06, 2018 01:43 pm


Nothing to be concerned about: “A Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) officer responded and performed a mental evaluation on Nayebryazdi. He was then placed in protective custody and taken to St. Anthony Hospital for a mental health evaluation.” After all, what else could this possibly be but mental illness? The possibility that a Muslim might be […]
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David Frum: “Most important challenges to free societies” once came from “Islamists,” today come from “populists”
By Robert Spencer on Nov 06, 2018 11:33 am


David Frum debated Steve Bannon the other day and lost, and so he has resorted to a strategy often employed by debate losers. He has written a windy article to re-debate the debate and turn it in his favor: “The Real Lesson of My Debate With Steve Bannon,” by David Frum, The Atlantic, November 4, […]
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Islamic apologist Robert Azzi: “Nowhere in the Quran is there legitimacy for killing, period”
By Robert Spencer on Nov 06, 2018 11:09 am


Jihad Watch writer Hugh Fitzgerald has gotten under Robert Azzi’s skin. Hugh Fitzgerald, a writer for the online magazine Jihad Watch, has hounded Azzi in print, wondering in one piece why Azzi would equate Islamic fundamentalism with Christian fundamentalism. “Hounded,” i.e., pointed out Azzi’s inconsistencies and dishonesty. “Where are the tens of thousands of victims […]
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Hugh Fitzgerald: Why Did Netanyahu Go to Oman? (Part Two)
By Hugh Fitzgerald on Nov 06, 2018 10:00 am


Perhaps the visit had a new purpose: for Netanyahu to fully apprise Sultan Qaboos of the continuing Iranian threat, and its possible consequences for Oman itself. Having been unable to persuade Sultan Qaboos to cut ties with either Iran or Qatar, the Crown Prince might have decided that the Israeli prime minister could help persuade […]
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Muslim convert Sinead O’Connor is no longer white
By Robert Spencer on Nov 06, 2018 09:50 am


I'm terribly sorry. What I'm about to say is something so racist I never thought my soul could ever feel it. But truly I never wanna spend time with white people again (if that's what non-muslims are called). Not for one moment, for any reason. They are disgusting. — Shuhada’ Davitt (@MagdaDavitt77) November 6, 2018 […]
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UK high school tells furious parents that 30-year-old Muslim migrant posing as 15 may return to the school
By Robert Spencer on Nov 06, 2018 09:22 am


“The letter sent by email confirmed that the Home Office was investigating the status of the pupil, but did not rule out that he might return in the future and simply said that he was not at the school ‘at this time’.” He might return. Of course he will return. Because to bar him would […]
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CAIR’s Hollow “Tolerance”
By Andrew Harrod on Nov 06, 2018 08:00 am


Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) leaders have a peculiar way of expressing their oft-preached virtues of inclusion, pluralism, and participation — as evidenced by a recently filmed October 10 CAIR panel on “Anti-Muslim Bias in Politics.” CAIR Government Affairs Director Robert McCaw specifically asked me to leave this “private event” — broadcast online — in an […]
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Salmo 139: L’uomo è un ricamo


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di: Giovanni Giavini Chi parla nel Salmo 139? Una nota di metodo: chi parla, più di 2000 anni fa, in questo meraviglioso Salmo? Magari Davide, come indica la nota premessa a tanti Salmi, ma certamente un adulto, ammirato della grandezza di Dio e anche della sua. Ma è anche arrabbiato per la fortuna dei nemici di […]


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La comunione al calice


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di: Francesca Cocchini In un frammento a commento di 1Cor 2,13: πνευματικοῖς πνευματικὰ συγκρίνειν, accostare cose spirituali a cose spirituali, Origene di Alessandria (prima metà del III secolo) così spiegava l’espressione paolina: «Come si venga istruiti dallo Spirito lo si deve capire dalle parole di Paolo: accostando cose spirituali a cose spirituali. A forza di esaminare una […]


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