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The following video has been shown before, but I am compelled to run it again because people throughout the world need to know what is happening to Christians in Syria, Iraq and in various other places throughout the Middle East. Our propagandized media is not releasing this information! The Word of God tells us that God’s people will be beheaded for their faith during the tribulation (Revelation 20:4), and Jesus said concerning the last days, “There shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world, no, nor ever shall be” Matthew 24:21. That hour is upon us, folks!
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Posted by L A on Tuesday, September 19, 2017, In : Famine 

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I just received an update from World Vision about the food crisis in East Africa. World Vision reports the following:

Ethiopia: The number of people needing emergency food aid has grown 39 percent since January to 7.8 million.

Kenya: 2.7 million people need food assistance and the number is expected to reach 3.5 million.

South Sudan: 6 million people are severely food insecure, up from 4.9 millio...

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Posted by L A on Thursday, November 12, 2015, In : Famine 

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The UN issued a statement on Tuesday about El Nino’s effect on weather, which UN officials say is causing 11 million children to suffer hunger in eastern and southern Africa. There was passive mention, about halfway along the Reuters report, that 350,000 children in Ethiopia are “likely to die without therapeutic feeding.”

Eleven million children just do not start suffering famine ov...

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Yellow Fever Kills 107, 500 Million More At Risk

Posted by L A on Wednesday, November 14, 2012, In : Pestilences 


The World Health Organization (WHO) reported a yellow fever outbreak in Sudan's Darfur region, which killed 107 in the past six weeks, and they warned that the disease could spread all over the country, reported Aljazeera.

The number of deaths from the outbreak is steadily rising.  Officials reported that 67 people died last week alone.  There is no medicinal cure for yellow fever, which is spread by mosquitoes.  Doctors treat the symptoms, dehydration, fever, bleeding and ...

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Millions Face Hunger and Starvation

Posted by L A on Sunday, May 13, 2012, In : Famine 
The following are recent reports from World Vision, a worldwide nonprofit charitable organization:


The food emergency in Niger keeps getting worse.  The number of people at risk has risen to over 6 million - almost half the country's population!  Countless refugees add to that number, as they escape the violence in Libya, Mali, and Nigeria.  "For some families, getting trough the crisis means choosing which child will get to eat," says Paul Sitnam, World Vision emergency director. ...

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The Forgotten People of Africa's Famine Cry Out for Aid

Posted by Leisa Amorosa on Friday, July 15, 2011, In : Famine 

What if this was your child? (excerpts):  Ethiopia - It is a long walk from Fini village to Dadaab, the Kenyan refugee camp now the focus of attempts to save millions of people from starving to death in the Horn of Africa.  In Fini, a place so small it appears on no maps, there are no visitors.  This cluster of three dozen stick-built shacks, bisected by a sandy track rarely passed by traffic, is growing daily as more and more people trek in from the wilderness.  They are here...

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