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Breaking : Sri Lanka explosions: 200 killed as churches and hotels targeted

Sri Lanka attacks: More than 200 killed as churches and hotels targeted

At least 207 people have been killed and 450 hurt in explosions at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka, police say.

Eight blasts were reported, including at three churches in Negombo, Batticaloa and Colombo’s Kochchikade district during Easter services.

How to lead a spiritual life in a material world”

The Kriya Yoga teaches that we should move forward and achieve self-realization while having a family life. It does not require that we renounce externally the world, nor that we retreat to a cave, but rather that we operate an inner renunciation, that we practice non-attachment to the material world. The initiator of Kriya Yoga must live and work attentively in the world of impermanence and the ultimate illusion by drawing on the resources necessary to attain the spiritual goal, namely the experience of reality Rudrabhishekam will give more ideas about the spiritual thoughts.

Rev in Western Uganda suspended over sodomising a boy

Whisper Eye understands the West Ankole diocese reverend who was accused of trying to sodomise a 16 year old boy in Mitooma has been suspended.


According to MK news Rev. Hebert Turinawe alias Gospel the then at Bikungu Archdeaconary in Mitooma district was mid February accused of seducing a boy who had gone to visit him.

Israel converts historical Palestinian Al -Ahmar mosque to bar


 The Al-Ahmar Mosque in Safed has been turned into a bar and events hall by the Israeli municipality – Following the Israeli occupation in 1948, the mosque had previously been converted to a school, an election campaign centre, a warehouse and nightclub

 The secretary of Safed and Tiberias Islamic Endowment, Khair Tabari, is calling for help to save the mosque from violations

Catholic Bishop Franco Mulakkal charged with raping nun


Police in India have charged a Catholic bishop with raping a nun, following months of protests and allegations of a coverup.

Bishop Franco Mulakkal is accused of raping a nun multiple times between 2014 and 2016 at a church guest house in Kerala, in the country’s southwest.

Attackers threaten, curse worshipers at Buenos Aires synagogue

The attack was staged against worshipers leaving the Mikdash Yosef synagogue in the Palermo neighborhood of the city, following the end of Friday night Shabbat services.

. Two assailants tried to physically attack worshipers leaving a synagogue in Argentina’s capital of Buenos Aires on Friday night, making anti-Semitic comments during their attack.

Rabbi Uriel Husni, the head of the synagogue, told The Jerusalem Post on Sunday that the attack was staged by a man and a woman against worshipers leaving the Mikdash Yosef Synagogue in the Palermo neighborhood of the city as people were leaving following the end of the Friday night Shabbat service.

New Zealand massacre suspect charged with 49 more mosque murders


Australian Brenton Tarrant appeared in a New Zealand court on Friday where the suspected white supremacist was charged with an additional 49 counts of murder at two mosques last month. an attack broadcast live on Facebook, a lone gunman armed with semi-automatic weapons targeted Muslims attending Friday prayers in Christchurch on March 15, killing 50 worshippers and wounding dozens of people.

Tarrant, who was charged with one murder a day after the shooting attack, was also charged with 39 attempted murders on Friday.

Church of England set to ordain first Nigerian gay priest


FOUNDER of the first gay church in Nigeria House of Rainbow so named most likely because the colors of the rainbow is same as that of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender LGBTIQ Movement, Row-land

Olajide Macaulay who fled Nigeria to escape a 14-year jail sentence may soon be ordained priest by the Church of England in the United Kingdom.

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SDA Church Christians beat up their bishop


The leadership of the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church in Uganda has condemned the attack and assault of the Western Field Bishop Samuel Mwebaze by a group of Christians.    

Bishop Mwebaze who is nursing injuries, was assaulted in his office on Moldina Street in Fort Portal on Tuesday, by a group of Christians from various SDA churches in Kabarole District. 

Windows smashed at five mosques in England, one man caught on camera


Counter-terror police investigating after windows smashed at five mosques

An investigation involving counter-terrorism officers has been launched after five mosques were vandalised in an “abhorrent, despicable act”.

Ugandans roast church over Museveni bribery to bless his rule

The general public has criticized Uganda religious Leaders not to care about their followers’ well being but target Mr. Museveni’s cash handouts.

President Museveni has used religious leaders in Uganda to bless his latest move to be endorsed as NRM sole candidate status in 2021.

U.S. says China’s treatment of Muslim minority worst abuses ‘since the 1930s’


The U.S. State Department on Wednesday slammed human rights violations in China, saying the sort of abuses it had inflicted on its Muslim minorities had not been seen “since the 1930s.”

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo highlighted abuses in Iran, South Sudan, Nicaragua and China in the department’s annual “Country Reports on Human Rights Practices,” but told reporters that China was “in a league of its own when it comes to human rights violations.”

Thousands of ultra-Orthodox Youths Violently Disrupt Feminist Prayer Service at Western Wall

Clashes broke out at the Western Wall in Jerusalem’s Old City on Friday morning as thousands of ultra-Orthodox youths descended on the holy site in an orchestrated attempt to disrupt a special service organized by Women of the Wall.

At the instruction of their rabbis, thousands of teenage girls from religious high schools around the country gathered at the Kotel, while hundreds of young ultra-Orthodox men tried to break through police barricades to attack the prayer group.

President Ramaphosa to take on so-called fake pastors who cheat

The South African government is going to start a dialogue with faith-based organizations on fictitious religious leaders, who are benefiting from South Africans, says President Cyril Ramaphosa during the campaign trail ahead of the 8 May elections at a Cape Town City Hall event.

The president mentioned a viral video clip in which Alleluia Ministries International (AMI) leader, pastor Alph Lukau, resurrects a dead man during a church service

Convicted of sexual abuse, Australian Cardinal Pell fronts sentence hearing


Cardinal George Pell, the most senior Catholic clergyman worldwide to be convicted for child sex offences, on Wednesday returned to court for a sentence plea hearing.

Pell – a former top adviser to Pope Francis – was in December found guilty of five charges of child sexual offences committed more than two decades ago against 13-year-old boys.

George Pell: Cardinal found guilty of sexual offences in Australia


Cardinal George Pell has been found guilty of sexual offences in Australia, making him the highest-ranking Catholic figure to receive such a conviction.

Pell abused two choir boys in the rooms of a Melbourne cathedral in 1996, a jury found. He had pleaded not guilty.