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Report: Taliban Arrests American, 17 Others in Afghanistan ☞ Breitbart

“According to local Afghan spokesman Abdul Wahid Hamas, the workers were taken into custody on charges of ‘propagating and promoting Christianity.’
‘We stand by the principle that aid will not be used to further a particular political or religious standpoint.’ the nonprofit stated. ‘All IAM staff agree to abide by the laws of Afghanistan’
The 18 staff members are currently in an unknown location in Kabul.”

9/11 families fighting for justice 22 years later: ‘Our gov’t is helping the murderers’ ☞ New York Post

“Terry Strada’s husband Tom, a 41-year-old bond broker at Cantor Fitzgerald, got up and went to work. She was home that Tuesday morning with their three children, one of whom was starting nursery school. Then the phone rang. Heartbreak ensued.
Tom, standing on the 104th floor of the North Tower of Manhattan’s World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, told her a plane smashed into the building beneath his feet.”

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9/11 Images: Photos of September 11 That Defined Historic Day ☞ Newsweek

“On the morning of 9/11, terrorists carried out four attacks on U.S. soil where two hijacked planes crashed into the North and South Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City. Another hijacked plane crashed into the Pentagon in Virginia and the fourth plane, United Airlines (UA) Flight 93, crashed into a field in Pennsylvania after passengers worked together to stop the terrorists.”

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Japan government mulls dissolving Unification Church following scandals and Shinzo Abe killing ☞ WNEWS247

“As part of the investigation, the agency has conducted seven official rounds of questioning with the church since November. These inquiries have sought various reports, including those related to the church’s management and financial matters, civil cases…”
“In total, the agency has sent out more than 600 questions, but with each round, the church has provided less and less documentation and even declined to answer in some instances.”

The Taliban are entrenched in Afghanistan after 2 years of rule ☞ AP News

“They barred them from parks, gyms, universities, and jobs at nongovernmental groups and the United Nations – all in the space of a few months – allegedly because they weren’t wearing proper hijab — the Islamic head covering — or violated gender segregation rules. These orders followed a previous ban, issued in the first year of Taliban rule, on girls going to school beyond sixth grade.”

Jerry Falwell Jr. sues Liberty University over father’s trademark ☞ The Christian Post

“Liberty has misused not only Dr. Falwell’s name, image, and trademark, but has also taken Dr. Falwell’s own handwriting to create a custom font for Liberty to use in advertising (including a magazine cover); has created footprint engravings from a pair of Dr. Falwell’s shoes to adorn a JERRY FALWELL walking tour path on its campus; and has presented the public with renderings of a ‘Jerry Falwell’ hologram meant to be a walking, talking, interactive version of Dr. Falwell.”

Amnesty International Demands UN Council’s Attention On ‘Relentless’ Taliban Abuses In Afghanistan ☞ Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

“The international community should act soon to establish a UN-mandated international fact-finding and evidence preservation mechanism to ensure independent investigations and prosecutions are possible, the current accountability gap is allowing grave violations and abuses in Afghanistan to continue unabated, and it must be urgently closed.”

Taliban Forces Kill Top IS Commanders in Afghanistan ☞ VOA

“Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said in a late-night statement that “the intelligence and operations chief of Daesh” in Afghanistan was also among those killed in the operation late Sunday. He identified the slain terror leader as Qari Fateh. Daesh, or Islamic State-Khorasan (IS-K), is an Afghan affiliate of Islamic State and a key Taliban adversary.”

Iran Warns France About ‘Insulting’ Khamenei Cartoons ☞ VOA

“The insulting and indecent act of a French publication in publishing cartoons against the religious and political authority will not go without an effective and decisive response, We will not allow the French government to go beyond its bounds. They have definitely chosen the wrong path,”

Major aid groups suspend work in Afghanistan AS Taliban bar women ☞ NBC News

“Save the Children, the International Rescue Committee, the Norwegian Refugee Council and CARE said they cannot effectively reach children, women and men in desperate need in Afghanistan without the women in their workforces. The NGO ban was introduced a day earlier, allegedly because women weren’t wearing the Islamic headscarf correctly.”

Taliban Closes Afghan Universities To Women ☞ The Daily Wire

“So after almost 17 months of banning teenage girls from school. The Taliban decide to BAN women from universities too. Afghanistan is the ONLY country in the world that bans women and girls from going to school & university. This is a crime against humanity & it must not stand,”

Taliban Defend Ban on VOA, RFE/RL Broadcasts in Afghanistan ☞ VOA

“Repressive governments around the world like this one clearly understand the power of independent media — that is why they spend so much time and effort fighting it,” Bennett said. “We are already exploring alternate transmissions, and we will not let this action deter us.”

Taliban targeting of women may constitute ‘crime against humanity’, UN experts say ☞ The National

“A team of UN experts said on Friday that the latest actions by Afghanistan’s Taliban authorities against women and girls may amount to ‘gender persecution, a crime against humanity’ and should be investigated and prosecuted under international law. In recent months, violations of women and girls’ fundamental rights and freedoms in Afghanistan, already the most severe and unacceptable in the world, have sharply increased,’ read the statement.”

Nuns and priests watch internet porn, Pope admits ☞ Daily Mail Online

“‘The Devil gets in that way. And I’m not just talking about criminal pornography like that involving the abuse of children, that is already degeneration. But pornography that is a little “normal”‘, he continued. He cautioned priests and nuns, saying: ‘Dear brothers, be careful about this.’ “

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