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What are we becoming as a world & society?

Islamic teacher who sexually abused girl, 11, as he taught her the Koran spared jail because his wife doesn’t speak English

• Suleman Maknojioa, 40, squeezed girl’s chest under her prayer scarf

• Attacks took place as he gave lessons in Arabic to girl and her brothers

• Father of six convicted of five counts of sexual activity with a child

• He was handed a suspended sentence after judge told family rely on him

And yet a newsman was arrested for reporting on the matter, hmmmmmmm…

“Therefore God gave them over in the lusts of their hearts to impurity, so that their bodies would be dishonored among them. For they exchanged the truth of God for a lie, and worshiped and served the creature rather than the Creator, who is blessed forever. Amen.”

~Romans 1:24-25

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2583243/Islamic-teacher-sexually-abused-girl-11-taught-Koran-spared-jail-hes-benefits-wife-doesnt-speak-English.html#ixzz5GnMshYM3

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Dig a Little Deeper

ORIGINAL ARTICLE

Pro-life Catholic actress Patricia Heaton had an interesting exchange with an atheist on Twitter recently.

Heaton, star of ABC’s “The Middle,” often quotes scripture or inspirational Christian passages on her Twitter feed.

On May 4 Heaton tweeted this: “‘You come to realize very soon, that prayer isn’t something you do, it’s something that God does that you’re open to. And so the more you try to be open to God, surrendered to Him, His life flows into us in prayer.’ A Carmelite Nun, Life in the Hidden Light.”

Heaton, 60, received this reply from user John Sharp: “The idea of ‘God’ was a way of putting literally the fear of God into people to make them believe that if they didn’t do as they were told by their leaders bad things would happen. No God, No Fear, No Power. It’s obvious really.”

“Maybe dig a little deeper,” Heaton replied.

“Or maybe stop digging,” Sharp shot bag.

Heaton then offered a final suggestion: “Never stop digging.”