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    • By JOHN BUTLER
      I find it interesting when so much is compared between the Jews and the JW's.
      But in my opinion, one big difference between being a Jew before and in the time of Jesus, and being a JW, is choice. 
      If a person was born into the Nation of Israel, they were born under Law and ruled over by the Religious leaders (and the Romans) at that time. There was no choice of being a Jew or not being a Jew. They were born into it. So of course many of them, probably all of them, committed 'sin' and had to make sin offerings. God had chosen that Nation, those people had responsibility but not of their choice. 
      Now, people that enter the JW religion do so voluntarily.  ( Unfortunately for those born into it, they have to go through the motions of serving the JW Org until they are of an age whereby they can leave home. Then, when of age they too can volunteer to be a JW or chose to leave the Org.). 
      There is a big difference from being born into a Nation which you may not like, than voluntarily joining a religion which you do like.
      So the big question is, if 'millions' of people voluntarily join this JW Org, why do so many commit child abuse, adultery and many other sins ? 
      If this is supposed to be 'THE true religion', why are the people not guided by God through Jesus  Christ ?  Just reading comments on here from so called JW's makes me laugh. There is no love, no mercy, no understanding, no respect even. 
      Being an ex JW and seeing things from both sides i have found more genuine love, kindness, friendship, respect, warmth, understanding etc outside of the Org than inside. Inside the Org people have to be told to 'love one another', outside the Org people do it anyway. 
      It has amazed me how JW's can really believe that God is with them when they are so cold and selfish.
      With the Jews that were born into that Nation, they had no choice about their way of life. It was basically a dictatorship by God. The Laws were from 'above'. Obviously for the right reason, to bring forth Jesus Christ who in turn would 'rescue' the human race from complete destruction. But it was a totally different situation to the JW Org today.
      So now all you 'JWs', think on it. Do you truly believe you are in this' special environment' within the Org ? Do you really think that your Org has God's approval ? 
      Think deeply about all the problems within JW Org. All the disgusting things being done voluntarily by all the volunteer JW's. 
      Now ask yourself, are you really a volunteer JW or are you trapped in the Org for fear of losing all those 'so called friends' ? 
      You know that you can only have your family and 'friends' as long as you are a JW.   Do you feel like the Jews must have felt, trapped in that Nation ? 
      As we know many of the Jews left the Jewish religion and way of life to follow Christ, but it was difficult for them. However, they did have God's approval and God, through Christ made this known clearly. And it seems that many are leaving the JW Org to seek God's approval too. 
      But remember that all JW's are volunteers, or should be, so why oh why is there so much trouble in that Org ? 
       
    • By The Librarian
      something from the museum of Koeln (Cologne, Colonia) in Germany and from the mayor of the city. This on the Video isnt a meeting. Its a programm for remember the dead Jehovahs Witnesses in Nacism and from Hitler. Its a Story of 2 Sisters that was in Koncentration Lager (Jail for JW, Jude, Homosexuals etc.) in Jear 1939 and that survive and they was later a missionaires ind Koeln (Cologne) Its a very good Story in german language but i have no time to translate the Video.
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      By Guest Nicole
      Uniforme con triángulos color púrpura que identificaban a los Testigos de Jehová

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    • By The Librarian
      April 20, 1939 Archbishop Orsenigo celebrated Hitler's Birthday party. The celebrations were initiated by Pope Pacelli (Pio XII) and became a tradition. Every April 20th, Cardinal Bertram of Berlin went to offer "the warmest congratulations to the Fuhrer in the name of the bishops and the German Diocese", and added that "fervent prayers that the Catholics in Germany are sending to heaven upon their altars"
      El 20 de abril de 1939, el arzobispo Orsenigo celebró el cumpleaños de Hitler. Las celebraciones, iniciadas por Pacelli (Pío XII) se convirtió en una tradición. Cada 20 de abril, el cardenal Bertram de Berlín fue para enviar "más calurosas felicitaciones al Fuhrer en nombre de los obispos y las diócesis en Alemania", y añadió con "fervientes oraciones que los católicos de Alemania están enviando al cielo en sus altares." 
       El Führer en el Franken
      Hitler rarely missed an opportunity to visit war monuments, even when a photographer wasn't present.
      Adolf Hitler (centro) en el monumento a los muertos en la guerra en el Franken Alemania. Según Ray Cowdery, Hitler raramente se perdió la oportunidad de visitar monumentos de guerra, incluso cuando un fotógrafo no estaba presente 

      Hitler greeting Muller the "Bishop of the Reich" and SChachleitner Abad
      Saluda a Muller el "Obispo del Reich" y Schachleitner Abad

      Hitler greets a catholic cardinal
      Hitler saluda a un cardenal católico 

      Hitler exiting a Catholic church. He was never excommunicated
      Hitler saliendo de la iglesia , jamas fue excomulgado

      Nuremberg, fundacion del partido nazi Tenga en cuenta la "Iglesia de la Virgen" en el fondo como si representara la fundación del partido. Foto tomada en Nuremberg, Alemania (circa 1928).

      The Goering Wedding / La body Georing
      Sólo los cristianos realizar bodas cristianas, y los nazis no fueron una excepción.
      Hermann Goering se casó con Emmy Sonnemann, una famosa estrella de la ópera.
      Adolf Hitler se encuentra en la primera fila como "padrino" durante la ceremonia en la Catedral por Reichbishop Müller. 

      Cardinal Secretary of State, Eugenio Pacelli (later Pope Pius XII) signs the Concordat between Nazi Germany and the Vatican in a solemn ceremony on July 20, 1933. Nazi Vice Chancellor Franz Von Papen is sitting on the left, Pacelli in the middle and Buttmann Rudolf to the right.
      The Concordat effectively legitimized Hitler and his government before all Catholics, christianity and the world.
      Cardenal Secretario de Estado, Eugenio Pacelli (que más tarde convertiría en el Papa Pío XII) firma el Concordato entre la Alemania Nazi y el Vaticano en una ceremonia solemne en Roma el 20 de julio de 1933. Nazi Vice-Canciller Franz von Papen está sentado a la izquierda, Pacelli en el medio, y el Buttmann Rudolf está sentado a la derecha.
      El Concordato efectivamente legitimada Hitler y el gobierno nazi a los ojos del catolicismo, el cristianismo y el mundo. 

      Nazi Flag on the Catholic Cathedral in Cologne - 1937
      Una bandera nazi frente a la catedral de Colonia de 1937

      Recent photo of the tourist destination Cologne Cathedral 

      Capellán con una unidad de ametralladora La mayoría de las guerras justificadas por razones religiosas. Por supuesto, si un soldado se sentia inquieto por el sacrificio que otros hacian, siempre podían recurrir a un capellán que le explicaria pacientemente que el asesinato está permitido por Dios y sobre la moralidad de la guerra justa. A continuación, podría dar algunos ejemplos bíblicos de como Dios ordenó los asesinatos. Y entonces él podría decirles que Jesús los perdona y enviarlos al cielo si se llegase a morir. 

      Catholic Bishops in a Heil Hitler salute
      Obispos Católicos dan el saludo nazi en honor a Hitler.Nota Joseph Goebbels (extrema derecha) y Wilhelm Frick (segundo desde la derecha)
      Franciscan monks with German soldiers
      Franciscanos con soldados alemanes
       

      El cardenal Bertram en el cortejo fúnebre para el obispo Bares, Berlín, 07 de marzo 1935 Como presidente de la Conferencia Episcopal alemana, el cardenal Bertram Breslauer juega un papel crucial en la formación de la actitud de los obispos alemanes en relación con el Estado Nacional Socialista. 

      Roman Catholic Priests and the Nazi salute "Heil Hitler"
      Sacerdotes haciendo el saludo a Hitler en una reunión de jóvenes católicos en el estadio de Berlín-Neukölln, en agosto de 1933.
       

      Obispo del Reich Ludwig Muller, Berlín, 1934
    • By TheWorldNewsOrg
      Video: How the Haredim, Israel’s ultra-Orthodox, make their own rules
       
       
    • By Jack Ryan
      "Confronted by the violence sweeping over Israel, it can be easy to overlook the things that Jews and Palestinians share: a deep attachment to the same sliver of contested land, ... a common tradition of descent from the patriarch Abraham, and, as scientific research shows - a common genetic ancestry, as well.
      Ostrer’s research on “Abraham’s Children in the Genome Era,” published in The American Journal of Human Genetics, sampled 652,000 gene variants from each of 237 unrelated individuals from seven Jewish populations: Iranian, Iraqi, Syrian, Italian, Turkish, Greek and Ashkenazi. These sequences were then compared with reference samples from non-Jews drawn from The Human Genome Diversity Project, a global database of genetic information gathered from populations across the world.
      Each of the Jewish populations, they found, “formed its own distinctive cluster,” indicating their shared ancestry and “relative genetic isolation.”
      ... Ostrer’s team also identified two major groups of Jews: Middle Eastern Jews (Iranian and Iraqi) and European/Syrian Jews. The split between these two groups of Jews occurred some 2,500 years ago.
      ... In addition, a “compact cluster” of Yemenite Jews “overlaps primarily with Bedouins but also with Saudi individuals.” Ethiopian and Indian Jews are more closely related to their own neighboring, host populations.
      ... Are these genetic ties between Jews, Palestinians, Bedouin, and Druze important in a contemporary context? “It doesn’t matter to me personally,” Skorecki says, “since I think that global human identity supersedes all other considerations.”

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    • By Jack Ryan
      Barack Obama on his Hawaiian High School Basketball Team
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      By Guest Nicole
      Envía misiva ayer domingo, antes de comenzar la semana patria.

      Un mensaje al gobierno nicaragüense por razones de celebrar el mes patrio envió el presidente de los Estados Unidos, Barack Obama, ayer domingo. El saludo fue por la conmemoración del 195 aniversario de la Independencia de este país centroamericano el próximo 15 de septiembre de los corrientes.
      “En esta ocasión histórica, quiero reafirmar el compromiso de los Estados Unidos de construir una relación de colaboración con el pueblo de Nicaragua, para ayudar a asegurar un futuro seguro, democrático y próspero para el hemisferio”, redacto Obama en la carta enviada al presidente Daniel Ortega.
      Al final del mensaje Obama señaló que “el pueblo de los Estados Unidos se une a mí para desearle a los nicaragüenses un feliz día de independencia”.
      Los presidentes de Irán, Cuba y México ya han felicitado a Nicaragua por la celebración de su Día de la Independencia.
          http://www.lajornadanet.com/index.php/2016/09/12/barack-obama-felicita-a-nicaragua-por-el-mes-patrio/#.V9d1I5MrIY0
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      By Guest Nicole
      Greece is demanding billions of euros in reparation payments from Germany for atrocities committed by the Nazis during the Second World War. Athens is threatening to take legal action to make the Germans pay.
       
       
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      By Guest Nicole
      6 DE ABRIL DE 2016
      HUNGRÍA
       
      BUDAPEST (Hungría). El 11 de diciembre de 2015, el Museo en Memoria del Holocausto de Budapest inauguró una placa conmemorativa en recuerdo de cuatro testigos de Jehová que sufrieron persecución durante el régimen nazi.

      Placa conmemorativa de los cuatro testigos de Jehová ejecutados por los nazis durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial
      Lajos Deli, Antal Hönisch, Bertalan Szabό y János Zsondor fueron ejecutados públicamente en marzo de 1945 por la Cruz Flechada, el partido pronazi húngaro, en las ciudades de Körmend y Sárvár por negarse a realizar el servicio militar durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. En la placa conmemorativa se pueden leer los nombres de estos cuatro hombres y las palabras de Hechos 5:29: “Tenemos que obedecer a Dios como gobernante más bien que a los hombres”
      El secretario de Estado adjunto para Asuntos Públicos Prioritarios, Csaba Latorcai, afirmó en su discurso de apertura: “La placa recuerda a los cuatro jóvenes testigos de Jehová [...]. Obedecieron el mandamiento de ‘no matarás’ y, siguiendo los dictados de su conciencia, decidieron no tomar las armas contra sus compañeros de creencia ni contra otras personas”.
      Csaba Latorcai, secretario de Estado adjunto para Asuntos Públicos Prioritarios de Hungría, en su discurso inaugural
       
      Otro de los oradores, Szabolcs Szita, director del Museo en Memoria del Holocausto, dijo: “La inauguración de esta placa conmemorativa es una victoria, ya que durante décadas los testigos de Jehová han sido un colectivo olvidado de víctimas del nazismo. Debido a su fe firme, estos cuatro jóvenes mantuvieron su integridad incluso ante la muerte. Todos ellos son un excelente ejemplo para nosotros”.

      Szabolcs Szita, director del Museo en Memoria del Holocausto de Budapest, descubre la placa.
       
      Contactos para la prensa:
      Internacional: David Semonian, Oficina de Información Pública, tel. +1 718 560 5000
      Hungría: András Simon, tel. +36 1 401 1118
       
    • By admin
      The Canadian Prime Minister caused a storm of social media fury after his official statement on International Holocaust Remembrance Day appeared to contain no mention of Jews. Justin Trudeau has already faced scrutiny for his Government’s handling of Canada’s relationship with Israel, especially when compared to that of the previous pro-Israel Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
      His statement reads:
      “On this day, we pay tribute to the memory of the millions of victims murdered during the Holocaust. We honour those who survived atrocities at the hands of the Nazi regime, and welcome their courageous stories of hope and perseverance.
      “The Holocaust is a stark reminder of the dangers and risks of allowing hate, prejudice, and discrimination to spread unchallenged. It also reminds us that silence must never be an option when humanity is threatened.
      “As we pause to educate ourselves and our families on the bitter lessons of the Holocaust, we also strengthen our resolve to work with domestic and international partners to continue defending human rights and condemning intolerance.”
      The fact that there was no direct mention of the six million Jews who died during the Holocaust caused a stir on social media, with some users claiming that he was forgetting history.
      Of course, Jews were not the only group targeted by the Nazis. Others to face murder in the concentration camps included homosexuals, the disabled, communists and Jehovah's Witnesses, among others. However, the fact that around two thirds of the Jews in Europe—around one third of the Jews worldwide at the time—were exterminated has forever linked the Holocaust with the Jews.
      In response to the outrage, Trudeau posted a link to his statement on Twitter alongside a note about fighting anti-Semitism.
      http://www.albawaba.com/loop/social-media-fury-canadian-pm-forgets-mention-jews-holocaust-statement-799720




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