This issue reflects on Iceland's volcanic eruption, Ahmadinejad's reaction to the National Security Summit, and Islamic immigration into Europe.


Do you think it is merely a coincidence that while Jews were commemorating the Holocaust last month, Europe was being covered with a blanket of ashes (from a huge underground “oven”)?  Could it be that God is speaking, but the world isn't listening?
The Israel Project reports
On April 12-13, President Obama hosted the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington. About 50 heads of state attended the two-day gathering, which the State Department described as an opportunity for world leaders to coordinate efforts to prevent nuclear terrorism. The issue has been a key concern because of Iran's continued defiance of international nuclear negotiations and its arming, funding and training of terrorist groups.
Just three days earlier, Ahmadinejad – who was not invited to the conference – denounced the world leaders attending the summit, saying, “These foolish people [claiming to represent the international community]…are like stupid, retarded people who brandish their swords whenever they face shortcomings, without realizing that the time for this type of thing is over.” At the same time, he also unveiled a new centrifuge that can reportedly enrich uranium six times faster than the Islamic Republic's existing model.


Speaking at a state ceremony, Ahmadinejad also reiterated Iran's plans to share its nuclear know-how with like-minded countries. “In the near future, we should actually turn into a nation which can export nuclear technology and know-how and this is possible,” Ahmadinejad said.                                             
Due to the volume of information I receive, I rely heavily on my carefully selected sources to provide accurate information. When I discover that information I have passed along to you was inaccurate or questionable, I let you know and drop that source. One such source was an ex-Muslim who was contributing material for my upcoming book, Islam and the Last Days. I included some of his material regarding Muslim immigration in Europe in the last edition of my newsletter/blog. I have discovered that some of the statistics and quotes were skewed, exaggerated, and/or impossible to prove, and have removed all his material from the book. Regarding the article, I regret that I published inaccurate “information” and welcome your comments to help make my posts informative and accurate. It is unfortunate that the source of this “information” felt the need to embellish any of it. The reality of the situation in Europe and here in America is frightening and needs no embellishment.

Let's say that the real situation isn't quite as bad as the numbers quoted indicate. Is that supposed to be comforting? Is it okay that it will be our great grandchildren instead of our grandchildren that will be faced with a growing number of Muslim-dominated governments worldwide? Those who mock the idea that Muslims are overtaking Europe and are on course to do the same in America aren't living in the real world. Momar Kadafi of Libya isn't the only Muslim leader to boldly state Islam's plans to overtake by immigration and overpopulating. The Islamic “Plan” to take America has been widely circulated. It's no secret.I discuss this in my upcoming book.
David Pawson in his book, The Challenge of Islam to Christians, and Mark Steyn, in his New York Times bestseller, America Alone, support the alarming statistics regarding the increasing number of Muslims worldwide. Mr. Pawson believes that, taking all factors into account, the growth rate for Muslims is four times faster than for Christians. A Brussels Journal article entitled, “The Rape of Europe” reported the German author Henryk M. Broder telling the Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant (Oct. 12.) that young Europeans who love freedom better emigrate. While sitting on a terrace in Berlin, Broder pointed to the other customers and

the passers-by and said melancholically, “We are watching the world of yesterday.”


Using the Semicolon
When the clauses of a compound sentence are long, involved, or internally punctuated, use a semicolon between them.
The governments of Europe adopted the parliamentary type which was developed in England through many centuries; and even the countries with dictators have more or less held on to the parliamentary forms of government.

What is the proper designation for half of a large intestine?                                    1 semicolon