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Historically, nudity killed few, extremism millions

Ahead of the Tel Aviv Pride Parade, celebrated Israeli author rejected criticism of the event in an interview with the Army Radio.

“As a historian, I can say that nudity has killed very few people throughout history; religious extremism has killed millions. Therefore, let’s solve this problem first, and then I am committed to facing the problem of people who participate in the Pride Parade shirtless,” he said in an interview with Army Radio.

Gay group stirs controversy in Ethiopia over planed religious site visit

A tour company with a mainly gay clientele is facing backlash over plans to visit religious sites in Ethiopia.

Chicago-based Toto Tours organizes sightseeing vacations around the world. It was founded in 1990 primarily catering to all-male, gay clientele but has since expanded to include men and women, regardless of sexual orientation.

Uganda to compensate Kenyan pilgrims knocked on their way to Namugongo

 President Yoweri Museveni has ordered the Minister for East African Community Affairs Kirunda Kivejinja to contact families of the Kenyan pilgrims who were knocked dead in Uganda two weeks ago, for possible compensation.

Four Kenyans were knocked dead by a hit and run commuter taxi on May 26, 2019 while walking through Waina Village in Mayuge district along the Iganga-Tororo highway on their way to Namugongo. Ten others sustained serious injuries.

Kenyan Archbishop in Uganda for ‘Martyrs Day’ challenges Christians on homosexuality

The Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Kenya, His Grace Rev. Jackson Ole Sapit has cautioned Christians on homosexuality.

Archbishop Sapit was on Monday speaking as the guest preacher at the Anglican Shrine in Nakiyanja-Namugongo were thousands converged to commemorate this year’s Martyrs’ day.

Rwanda blocks 280 pilgrims at Uganda border, reports say

Rwanda’s Directorate of Military Intelligence (DMI) personnel have blocked over 280 pilgrims from entering Uganda to celebrate along with thousands of pilgrims from across the world who have travelled to mark Uganda Martyrs’ day at Namugongo tomorrow on 3rd June 2019.

These religious Catholic pilgrims arrived at Katuna and Miramahill border yesterday evening crossing only to be denied to leave Rwanda by the enclave’s security operatives who have been manning at the Rwanda – Uganda border.

Church fails to enforce kaveera ban at Namugongo

 Although the Uganda Episcopal Conference declared the Uganda Martyrs Catholics shrine at Namugongo, a Kaveera free zone under a campaign dubbed ‘Tuvve ku Kaveera’, the ban is yet to be enforced.

Pilgrims freely enter the premises with the polythene bags in all forms. Service providers inside the shrines are also using the same to wrap items including food stuff on sale.   The shrines are also littered with polythene bags despite the fact that several bins are in place with clear warning against littering.

Polish priest blames ‘devil’ as he’s confronted by alleged victim whose life was ruined


“Father, I wanted to look you in the eye … I wanted to ask you why?” demands Anna Misiewicz as she confronts the parish priest she says abused her when she was just seven and eight years old.

“You touched me where you were not supposed to, my private parts,” Misiewicz says, matter-of-factly, telling him that his actions “really scarred my adult life deeply.”

New richest pastors in Uganda revealed

It pays to be a man of God in Uganda. We bring you the richest pastors aka men of God in the country as of 2019 and their main businesses.

One officer and three protesters killed, many wounded in Khartoum


One officer and three protesters were killed and many protesters wounded in the Sudanese capital late on Monday, Sudan’s state TV said.

Earlier, heavy gunfire was heard in Khartoum late into the evening, and the transitional military council said a military police officer had been killed and many protesters wounded.

Pastor Bujingo finally files for divorce in Entebbe court basing on cruelty from wife Teddy

Makerere Kikoni based pastor known as Pastor Aloysious Bujingo has filed to divorce her wife Pastor Teddy Bujingo . Bujingo has filed a case in court accusing her wife of cruelty .Pastor Bujingo has initiated the case at Chief Magistrate court Entebbe where he seeks orders of dissolution of the Marriage .

When is Ramadn 2019? Muslims set to begin holy month of fasting

Muslims across the world will mark the start of Ramadan, a holy month that involves daily fasting and prayers, on Sunday . Ramadan is observed a day earlier in some parts of the world due to a moon-sighting methodology that leads countries to announce the start of the holy month on differing days.

Conservatives want Catholic bishops to denounce pope as heretic


A group of 19 Catholic priests and academics have urged bishops to denounce Pope Francis as a heretic, in the latest ultra-conservative broadside against the pontiff over a range of topics from communion for the divorced to religious diversity.

The most prominent of the group is Father Aidan Nichols, a 70-year-old British priest of the Dominican order who has written many books and is one of most recognized theologians in the English-speaking world. The others are less well known.

Netanyahu: Attack at Chabad synagogue ‘blow to heart of Jewish people’

Netanyahu said that in light of an increase in antisemitic attacks around the world, he will convene a meeting this week of all those who deal with the issue.

Saturday’s attack at the Poway Chabad Synagogue is a “blow to the heart of the Jewish people,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday. “We send condolences to Lori Gilbert-Kay’s family, and send our best wishes for speedy recovery to the wounded. The international community must step up the fight against antisemitism.”

Pastor Bugingo and Wife Marriage on rocks! land dispute cited

Whisper Eye has learnt from Big Eye that the Marriage of the seasoned pastor of the House of Prayer Ministries , Aloysious Bugingo and a major share holder of Salt Media is on the rock following a burst out with the wife.

At the House of Prayer Ministries run by Pastor Aloysious Bugingo, the fire is on. During Sunday Service sermon, Bugingo made it clear that his wife was trying to claim the church land. “This land does not belong to me, my wife or even my children. This is church land. My wife can go hang!,” Bugingo publicly told his followers.

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.