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Volume 45, Number 1
  
14 March 2016
Greg Kandra




The video above, posted online by the ISIS news agency Amaq, reportedly shows ISIS soldiers burning Christian books in Mosul. (video: YouTube)

Video: ISIS burning Christian books in Mosul (AINA) ISIS has released a video purporting to show members of its religious police burning hundreds of Christian books which it considers blasphemous towards Allah. The footage shows a militant tossing pamphlets and manuscripts bearing crucifixes on the front cover onto a bonfire in the terror group’s stronghold of Mosul in northern Iraq. It is the latest incident in which the jihadists have sought to purge society of anything that doesn’t conform to their violent interpretation of Islam. The video was posted online yesterday by its news agency Amaq...

Turkey carries out airstrikes after deadly bombing in Ankara (AP) Turkey’s air force hit Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq on Monday, hours after a suicide car bombing in the capital killed 37 people and heightened tensions with the militants...

Indian bishops: Church must leave it’s “comfort zone”> (Fides) “As citizens of the country, we put our trust in democratic values and in the Indian Constitution. Trusting in the grace, love and mercy of God, we walk to accomplish the mission that God has entrusted us. We appeal to all people of good will in India to cooperate with us for a better church and a better society.” This is how the Indian bishops expressed themselves in the final document of their 32nd Plenary Assembly, held from 2 to 9 March in Bangalore...

Gaza’s new generation of children only knows war, aggression (RT.com) If you keep depriving children from Gaza of everything, eventually some of them will join armed conflict and Israel will have no one to blame but themselves, Belal Dabour, a Palestinian doctor from Gaza, told RT...

Pope marks third anniversary of election with talk on mercy (CNS) Pope Francis celebrated the third anniversary of his election with a simple Tweet — “Pray for me” — and the usual Sunday recitation of the Angelus prayer with tens of thousands of people gathered in St. Peter’s Square. In his talk 13 March, the pope did not mention the anniversary, but focused on God’s forgiveness and mercy as he did in his first Angelus address in 2013...