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Friday, February 25, 2011

Churches Open Doors to Muslim Worship

A Muslim would never let a Christian prayer at his mosque, at least because they are afraid of their god that is certainly not the same GOD as JEHOVAH.

Pastors Have you read the Bible?
Do you Believe that the Lord is a clown?

1 Peter 2:4-6 (New King James Version)
The Chosen Stone and His Chosen People 

4 Coming to Him as to a living stone, rejected indeed by men, but chosen by God and precious, 5you also, as living stones, are being built up a spiritual house, a holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ. 6 Therefore it is also contained in the Scripture,

      “ Behold, I lay in Zion
      A chief cornerstone, elect, precious,
      And he who believes on Him will by no means be put to shame.”[a]

But the trial of God will fall upon you pastors who do not have the courage to stand up and preach what the Bible says no matter who offends, because God is one and deserves respect ans honor.

Matthew 7:21-23 (King James Version)

 21Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.
 22Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?
 23And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.

The Muslims will never become Christians by doing that because they see that you have no respect for GOD and they don´t want that kind of GOD
You are a shame and a wimp!!!!! 

GOD is Holy!!!  obviously you don´t understand...

Psalm 99:4-6 (King James Version)

 4The king's strength also loveth judgment; thou dost establish equity, thou executest judgment and righteousness in Jacob.
 5Exalt ye the LORD our God, and worship at his footstool; for he is holy.
 6Moses and Aaron among his priests, and Samuel among them that call upon his name; they called upon the LORD, and he answered them.

They see it as their Christian duty. But others disagree, saying it extends the hand of fellowship where it was never intended to go.
Two Protestant churches are taking some heat from critics for opening their church buildings to Muslims needing places to worship because their own facilities were either too small, or under construction.
Heartsong Church in Cordova, Tenn., let members of the Memphis Islamic Center hold Ramadan prayers there last September. And Aldersgate United Methodist Church in Alexandria, Va., allows the Islamic Circle of North America to hold regular Friday prayers in their building while their new mosque is being built.
Diane Bechtol of Aldersgate says this is something Christians are called to do: Be neighborly and develop relationships - even those who don't share your beliefs.



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Holograms could soon give virtual meetings new life

First came webinars and videoconferencing, and now, coming "live" to meetings and conventions: holograms.

Developers of holographic display are working on a technology that will let speakers and performers deliver speeches and entertain an audience without being there. They'll do it via hologram video projection, in which a filmed performance is presented in a live, 3-D image — like Princess Leia's message to Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars. 
In January, the music group Black Eyed Peas performed holographically at an awards show in France. Two small airports in Britain — Manchester and London Luton— have holographic images of staffers explaining security clearance rules. Others to appear via hologram technology in recent years: Former vice president Al Gore, Microsoft founder Bill Gates and British airline and media mogul Richard Branson.
The technology is the latest step in the "telepresence" evolution that's changing the meetings and conventions industry.

Evolving technology

Presenting holographic images of static objects isn't new. But several companies — including Britain-based Musion, Austin-based Zebra Imaging, Hungary-based Holografika and a collaborative venture between researchers from the University of Arizona and California-based Nitto Denko Technical — have begun developing a technology to project live images that are streamed through the Internet for 3-D viewing without the need for 3-D glasses.
The technology is in its infancy and has limitations, including high cost and elaborate setup. Musion says a simple setup can cost $20,000 to $30,000, which is more than a first-class round-trip airline ticket for a live appearance.
But its potential has intrigued industries that could benefit from high-end, interactive display, ranging from medicine to education, as well as keynote convention speakers, concert-givers and even online dating services.
"It's the holy grail of display technology," says Corbin Hall, a meetings technology analyst. "But for now, it's going to be just for real high-end (events). It's definitely not mainstream."
In 2006, Musion helped Madonna produce a performance at the Grammy Awards, in which she sang with holographic cartoon images. After the program, several companies, including Cadillac and GE, contacted Musion, wondering if the technology could be applied in corporate settings, says Ian O'Connell of Musion.
Its work also caught the attention of Cisco Systems, which has been looking to expand its videoconferencing business. Musion was in talks with Cisco on the technology and helped develop an event in Bangalore, where Cisco CEO John Chambers spoke to holographic images on stage of executives who were in California. Cisco says it's studying the technology but is "not at the stage of having a (commercial) product in a meaningful volume," says spokesman Marc Musgrove.

Holograms vs. 'Pepper's Ghost'

Retailer Target used Musion's system for a "model-less" fashion show, with headless model images walking the runway. It was "a buzz marketing strategy," says Target spokesman Joshua Thomas.
Hologram purists are skeptical, however, and argue that Musion's product is simply a derivative of the decades-old "Pepper's Ghost" illusionary technique that Disney uses in its Haunted Mansion ride at its theme parks. With Pepper's Ghost, streamed images are projected onto a wall of foil or glass for viewing, and a person seeing it up close would merely see a flat panel.
"Pepper's Ghost works great if you're looking at a stage and sitting 100 yards back," says Michael Klug of Zebra Imaging, which creates holograms for the Defense Department and other customers. "But 3-D is important if you're sitting across the desk from someone, where human interaction is critical."
A true hologram is a realistic reconstruction of a 3-D image that mimics the real world, he says. "If you move around and they don't move or they give you a headache and cause discomfort in any way, they're not holographic," Klug says.
Musion's O'Connell acknowledges his technology derives from Pepper's Ghost but says Musion has enhanced the technique by incorporating high-definition video and high-speed digital streaming. "If people were to see it," he says, "they'd say it looks like a hologram."

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'Gaddafi's son joins Libyan protesters'

The youngest son of the embattled ruler Muammar Gaddafi has joined the pro-democracy protesters in Libya amid an unabated outpouring of rage against Gaddafi, reports say.

According to the reports, Saif al-Arab, Gaddafi's youngest son, who was sent by his father to cooperate with Libyan security forces in the massive crackdown on pro-democracy protesters joined forces with the demonstrators in the eastern city of Benghazi on Thursday.

Saif al-Arab, who is widely regarded as the most low-profile of Gaddafi's sons have also hinted that his father would commit suicide or flee to Latin America in the face of rising public outcry over his tyrannical rule.

Saif al-Arab is said to have had the backing of combat troops and had military equipment that was dispatched to the eastern parts of turmoil-hit Libya.

The move comes as several intelligence and military officials in the third largest city, al-Bayda have stepped down , while a major general in the eastern city of Tobruk has castigated Gaddafi's regime for its heavy-handed assault on protesters.

Major General Suleiman Mahmoud, the commander of the armed forces in Tobruk, has stated that he has resigned and now has sided with protesters, adding that soldiers and civilians are under fire from aircraft, and this was an important reason for him to join the people.

"We are on the side of the people…I was with him [Gaddafi] in the past but the situation has changed…he's a tyrant." Mahmoud told Al Jazeera, adding that the troops led by him had switched loyalties.

"We are supporting the Libyan people and the soldiers and civilians are hand in hand we are against any aggressions," he added.

At least 1,000 people have been killed in Tripoli by airstrikes conducted by the Libyan military in a desperate move meant to quell the popular uprising, according to some reports.

Meanwhile, a total of 130 Libyan soldiers have been executed for refusing to open fire on protesters.

Pro-democracy demonstrations inspired by the popular revolutions that deposed decades-long rulers in neighboring Egypt and Tunisia, have engulfed Libya since Feb 15.

Tens of thousands of people have continued to spill out into the streets of the eastern city of Benghazi and other major cities calling for the ouster of the 68-year-old Gaddafi.

Gaddafi, who came to power 41 years ago in a bloodless military coup, delivered a televised address on Tuesday in which he vowed to fight on to his "last drop of blood" and called on his supporters to take to the streets to confront the protesters. 

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Fed Buys $5.008 Billion In Treasurys

SAN FRANCISCO -- The Federal Reserve Bank of New York on Thursday bought $5.008 billion in Treasury debt, part of the Fed's second round of quantitative easing, and includes purchases made under a previous program to reinvest cash from its maturing mortgage-related holdings back into Treasurys. Dealers offered the central bank $34.904 billion in Treasurys maturing from 2012 to 2013. After the buyback, bond prices firmed, with yields declining. Yields on 10-year notes , which move inversely to prices, fell to 3.43% from 3.44%.

Read more: http://www.foxbusiness.com/2011/02/24/fed-buys-5008-billion-treasurys/#ixzz1EzLJnPLP

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Freddie Mac Posts $1.7 Billion Loss for Fourth Quarter

Government-controlled mortgage buyer Freddie Mac managed a narrower loss of $1.7 billion for the October-December quarter of last year. But it has asked for an additional $500 million in federal aid — up from the $100 million it sought in the previous quarter.
Freddie Mac also posted a $19.8 billion loss for all of 2010.

The government rescued Freddie Mac and sibling company Fannie Mae in September 2008 to cover their losses on soured mortgage loans. It estimates the bailouts will cost taxpayers as much as $259 billion.

Freddie Mac's October-December loss attributable to common stockholders works out to 53 cents a share. It takes into account $1.6 billion in dividend payments to the government. It compares with a loss of $7.8 billion, or $2.39 a share, in the fourth quarter of 2009.

The company said the recovery of the housing market is still fragile.
"As we begin 2011, the housing recovering remains vulnerable to high levels of unemployment, delinquencies and foreclosures," Chief Executive Charles Haldeman said in a statement.
"We expect national home prices to decline this year as housing will continue to take some time to recover."



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'World economy will fall if revolts spread to S. Arabia

Israeli security expert Gal Luft tells 'Post' that military intervention won’t help, stresses importance of breaking oil’s monopoly on transport.

“If something like we have seen in Egypt or Libya happens in Saudi Arabia, we’re talking about a catastrophic scenario that will bring a global economic meltdown.”

Talking to Gal Luft about security and the effect of oil on the global economy is not for the faint of heart. The executive director of the Washington-based think tank the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security spoke to The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday during the fourth annual Eilat-Eilot Renewable Energy Conference, in a 45-minute conversation that described the petroleum tightrope on which the world’s economies are teetering.

Jerusalem Post

FBI Pushes for Surveillance Backdoors in Web 2.0 Tools

Look what other peoples money can buy....what a beauty piece of equipment.....

The FBI pushed Thursday for more built-in backdoors for online communication, but beat a hasty retreat from its earlier proposal to require providers of encrypted communications services to include a backdoor for law enforcement wiretaps.
FBI general counsel Valerie Caproni told Congress that new ways of communicating online could cause problems for law enforcement officials, but categorically stated that the bureau is no longer pushing to force companies like RIM, which offers encrypted e-mail for business and government customers, to engineer holes in their systems so the FBI can see the plaintext of a communication upon court order.
“Addressing the Going Dark problem does not require fundamental changes in encryption
technology,” Caproni said in her written testimony . “We understand that there are situations in which encryption will require law enforcement to develop individualized solutions.”
(“Going Dark” is the FBI’s codename for its multimillion-dollar project to extend its ability to wiretap communications as they happen.)
That’s a far cry from what Caproni told The New York Times last fall:
“No one should be promising their customers that they will thumb their nose at a U.S. court order,” Ms. Caproni said. “They can promise strong encryption. They just need to figure out how they can provide us plain text.”
Those remarks indicated the FBI seemed to want to revisit the encryption wars of the 1990s. That largely ended with the government scrapping its plans to mandate backdoors in encryption, after security researchers discovered flaws in the idea, and the National Research Council concluded that strong encryption made the country safer.
But that retreat didn’t satisfy Susan Landau, a privacy and cryptography expert who testified alongside Caproni in front of a House Judiciary subcommittee Thursday.
That’s because the FBI is still pushing for more online-communications companies to build real-time spying capabilities into their software, which Landau said will harm innovation and introduce security flaws that will be used against American companies, government agencies and citizens.
Innovation happens too fast on the internet to require companies that provide chat and voice-calling capabilities, which these days includes online games, social networking sites and a myriad of online chat and photo-sharing services, to comply with detailed wiretapping specifications that cost hundreds of dollars just to read, according to Landau.
“Requiring that internet applications with communications systems — [which] means anything from speak-to-tweet to Second Life to software supporting music-jam sessions — be vetted first will put American innovation at a global disadvantage,” Landau said. “For American competitiveness it is critical that we preserve the ease and speed with which innovative new communications technologies can be developed.”
And she added the wiretapping holes are serious security risks.
“Building wiretapping into communications infrastructure creates serious risk that the communications system will be subverted either by trusted insiders or skilled outsiders, including foreign governments, hackers, identity thieves and perpetrators of economic espionage,” Landau said in her written testimony(.pdf), pointing to incidents in Greece, Italy and the United States where equipment built to comply with U.S. wiretapping rules were subverted. Those rules, known as CALEA, were enacted in 1994 to require phone companies to engineer their networks to be wiretap-compliant. The rules were expanded by the FCC in the George W. Bush Administration to apply to ISPs as well.
The FBI’s further push for expanded powers to wiretap online communications in real time comes against the backdrop of revolutions in the Middle East that relied heavily on social media communication tools and as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called for worldwide internet freedom.
“I urge countries everywhere to join the United States in our bet that an open internet will lead to stronger, more prosperous countries,” Clinton said Tuesday, speaking at George Washington University.
But Caproni argued that law enforcement officials are occasionally running into cases where criminals are using online communication tools that aren’t wiretappable in real-time, because the provider had not built-in that capability. Caproni did not mention that the FBI has not encountered a single case of encryption hampering its criminal investigations for the past four years, according to reports to Congress, nor that the FBI has never run into a single case over the last 10 years where it could not get the plaintext of a target’s communications.
Landau told Congress the FBI was overlooking some very good news.
“While there is a genuine problem with intercepting some communications, the FBI now has access to more communications, and more metadata about communications, than ever before in history,” Landau said.
But Caproni said that’s not enough and the FBI needs to find new technical solutions — though she did add that the Obama administration has no “formal position at this time” about needed changes to the law.
But she warned Congress that the country was in danger from a surveillance gap.
“As the gap between authority and capability widens, the government is increasingly unable to collect valuable evidence in cases ranging from child exploitation and pornography to organized crime and drug trafficking to terrorism and espionage –- evidence that a court has authorized the government to collect,” Caproni said. “This gap poses a growing threat to public safety.”

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Two Iranian Warships to Pass Through Suez Canal Tuesday

Two Iranian naval vessels are expected to pass through Egypt's Suez Canal into the Mediterranean on Tuesday. 

The ships had been scheduled to enter the canal on Monday but the passage was delayed for unexplained reasons.

The vessels, a frigate and a supply ship, are heading to Syria on what is said to be a training mission. The passage would be the first time Iranian warships have passed through the Suez Canal since the 1979 Islamic revolution that overthrew the Shah of Iran. 

Egypt's new military rulers approved the transit of the two vessels on Friday, despite decades of strained relations with Iran. 

Israel considers the passage a provocation. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accuses Iran of taking advantage of the current instability in the Middle East to expand its influence by sending ships through the canal.

Once in the Mediterranean the Iranian vessels are not expected to enter Israeli territorial waters. 

The Convention of Constantinople, signed in 1888, guarantees the right of passage through the canal for all seagoing vessels, military or civilian, at all times.

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