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Exclusion zones are ironic given the abuse hurled by pro-aborts

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Last week, the annual Day of the Unborn Child was marked around the world, including at a Catholic pro-life procession in Sydney. The harassment and abuse by...

Dutch doctors against ‘life complete’ assisted suicide

The Hague (AFP) — Dutch doctors have come out against a controversial proposed law that would allow assisted suicide for those who feel their lives are complete, and...

What Syrians really say about their war

(CHURCH AND STATE) — George Salloum is just another Aussie. I really don’t think about people’s backgrounds when I get to know them. It’s their character and...

UK high court rejects challenge to ban on assisted dying

(THE GUARDIAN) — A terminally ill former lecturer has lost a high court bid to change the law so that he can be given assistance to die...

A soldier and a sex worker walk into a therapist’s office. Who’s more likely...

By Mary-Anne Kate, University of New England and Graham Jamieson, University of New England When we think about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), we most often think of soldiers traumatised...

To underestimate North Korea’s nuclear capabilities is foolish

By Caleb Stephen, Editor in Chief Many people in the Western world often laugh at North Korea's arsenal of obsolete Cold War weapons especially given the fact that...
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Legal abortion is leading us to a ‘Down’s syndrome-free world’

Last month, Dr Peter McParland, an obstetrician from the National Maternity Hospital, talked to the Citizens Assembly about the reality of what has happened in other countries...

Connecting the past to the present: TJ launches Christian history section

TruthJournalism.com today announced the launch of its Christian history "diversions" section - "HistoryToday" - an online resource for children and adults alike who are seeking truth-based material...

New data: Australia smartly favouring Christian refugees over Muslims

(CHRISTIANHEADLINES.COM) — According to data obtained through Australia’s freedom of information law, the country is favoring Christian refugees over Muslim refugees. The country reportedly took in 18,563 refugees from...

Qatar and the rising tensions in the Middle East – on schedule

By Martin Armstrong Qatar is know for its ultra-modern architecture. In the respect, Doha is something to be viewed at least once in life. However, Qatar is a...

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