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    Anger over Cele’s Jesus comment
    2011-04-04 13:20

    Related LinksCele likens police force to Jesus - report
    Reaction to heaven comment childish - ANC
    Cele comparison to Jesus odious: ID

    Johannesburg - Christians must take a stand against blasphemy after national police commissioner General Bheki Cele reportedly likened the SA Police Service to Jesus Christ and the 12 apostles, the Christian Democratic Party (CDP) said on Monday.

    "It is only as churches hammer home the message that their members should not encourage the ANC by voting for them that this blasphemy will cease," CDP leader Theunis Botha said in a statement.
    http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/Ne...mment-20110404

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    Farmers leaving SA: report
    Apr 04 2011 08:56

    Two-thirds of commercial farmers have stopped farming since 1994, with with many going to other countries, according to a newspaper report.

    Taxman targets the rich
    Apr 03 2011 08:22

    The SA Revenue Service is zeroing in on 200 rich South Africans who are not paying enough tax.

    Walmart deal may mean cheaper clothes
    Apr 03 2011 11:48

    SA shoppers may get access to low-priced clothes if Walmart's takeover of Massmart goes ahead.

    Johannesburg - Commercial farmers were leaving South Africa in droves, The Times newspaper reported on Monday.

    Farmers were leaving the country because of unbearable working conditions for neighbouring states such as Malawi, Democratic Republic of Congo and the Caucasian state of Georgia among others.

    There were 120 000 commercial farmers in South Africa in 1994 and only 37 000 remained, which has led to SA importing some of the food it used to produce, said AgriSA vice-president Theo de Jager.
    http://www.fin24.com/Companies/Agrib...eport-20110404

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    Bla bla bla.......

    Ahmadinejad: Arab world conflicts will lead to collapse of Zionist regime
    He added that the Arab states should be careful not to rely on the United States and its allies, 'as their ultimate aim is to save' Israel.
    By DPA

    The latest conflicts in the Arab world would eventually lead to the collapse of Israel, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Monday.
    "The latest conflicts will leave no chance for the Zionist regime [Israel] to survive as all the involved countries are against the occupation of Palestine," Ahmadinejad said.
    http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplomac...egime-1.354051

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    Palestinian forces unite against Israel, U.S.
    American-backed PA shares 'operations room' with terrorist Hamas
    Posted: April 03, 2011

    TEL AVIV – The so-called military wing of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah organization has formed a common operations room with the Hamas terrorist organization, according to information obtained by WND.

    Sources inside the Palestinian militant apparatus told WND of a meeting that took place last week in the Gaza Strip city of Khan Yunis between Hamas' so-called military wing, the Izz al-Din al-Qassam, and the Gaza branch of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, the "military wing" of Abbas' U.S.-backed Fatah party.

    Read more: Palestinian forces unite against Israel, U.S. http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=282745#ixzz1Icnz5ZAr

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    700 fishermen missing in Myanmar after storms
    ..– Mon Apr 4, 6:12 am ET
    YANGON, Myanmar – Nearly 700 fishermen from Myanmar are missing after a three-day burst of unseasonable storms that ripped apart rickety fishing boats in the Andaman Sea, news reports said Monday.

    Rescued fishermen gave harrowing accounts. Some told local media they held on for days to broken bamboo rafts before being rescued by offshore oil companies, Thai fishing boats or Myanmar naval boats.

    The Weekly Eleven news journal reported that 15,583 fisherman were rescued after the March 14-17 storms whipped up 70 mph (112 kph) winds, battering fishing rafts and trawlers, and sweeping thousands of fisherman into the open seas. It said 682 fisherman were missing.
    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/as_myanma...Zpc2hlcm1lbg--

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    Live human heart grown in lab using stem cells in potential transplant breakthrough
    Last updated at 12:22 PM on 4th April 2011
    Scientists are hopeful their artificial heart will be beating within days

    Scientists are growing human hearts in laboratories, offering hope for millions of cardiac patients.
    American researchers believe the artificial organs could start beating within weeks.
    The experiment is a major step towards the first ‘grow-your-own’ heart, and could pave the way for livers, lungs or kidneys to be made to order.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/ar...akthrough.html

  7. #277

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    Bible Codes: The Messiah in 2012?
    by Tamar Yonah

    The horrors of history, the highs of humanity, they can all be found embedded in the Torah (Bible) Codes. Bible codes are Hebrew letters making up words which are found in equidistant sequences encoded in the Torah. The words they form can appear in horizontal, vertical, diagonal or even backwards directions and sometimes intersect each other, giving greater connective strength to a code.

    On April 3rd, I interviewed Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson, an Israeli who is an expert in the Torah codes, and has authored over 25 books on different Torah topics, Jewish Mysticism, and other Judaic topics.
    http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Blogs/Blog.aspx/3

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    Top defense official: Israel faces isolation 'no less severe than war'
    In remarks made behind closed doors, Amos Gilad warns that ongoing freeze in the peace process could yield third Intifada as Palestinians prepare to ask UN for recognition of statehood in September.

    The chief of Israel's diplomatic-security bureau warned this week that Israel faced an isolation "no less severe than war" should the United Nations recognize Palestine as an independent state this September.

    In remarks carried by Channel 10, General (res.) Amos Gilad said behind doors that the Palestinian Authority leadership was organizing an "international assault against Israel".
    http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplomac...n-war-1.354069

  9. #279

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    Global Biometric Market All Set to Expand During 2011-2014

    With rapid adoption of biometric technology in government organizations and financial institutions, the sector is set to witness a CAGR of around 23% during 2011-2014; says RNCOS.

    Noida, UP -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/03/2011 -- Demand for biometric systems is growing at a fast pace as many government organizations and financial institutions are adopting this technology across the globe. It is rapidly being used in areas, such as defense, aviation, and criminal and civil identification. A rise in identity thefts and terrorist attacks are the key reasons for the growth in this market. Besides, the systematic replacement of existing passports and adoption and the issue of new e-passports represent an important market for contactless technology.

    http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/sbwire-85924.htm

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    Dining has no qualms with palm scans

    : Unlimited meal plans to demand hand readings by fall 2011


    Attachment 9678University of Maine Dining Services is testing a program for entry to its facilities that could replace the use of MaineCards with a “hands-on” experience for students with meal plans.
    Over the next month, Dining Services will be testing a pilot program that uses a scan of an individual’s palm in place of his or her MaineCard. The program uses infrared technology to recognize the meal plan user’s palm and links that image to that person’s MaineCard account.
    “Instead of swiping your MaineCard, the program is going to identify you by the palm of your hand,” said Benny Veenhof, director of technology management at UMaine. “It takes a snapshot of the veins and creates a black pattern that it then converts into an encrypted algorithm.”
    http://mainecampus.com/2011/04/03/di...-scans/?ref=hp

  11. #281

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    Biotech company using cell lines from aborted babies in food enhancement testing

    LARGO, Florida, March 29, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Pepsico, Kraft Foods, and Nestlé are among the corporations partnered with a biotech company found using aborted fetal cell lines to test food flavor enhancers, according to a pro-life watchdog group.
    http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/bio...enhancement-te

  12. #282

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    Japan stops leaks from nuclear plant

    TOKYO (Reuters) – Engineers have stopped highly radioactive water leaking into the sea from a crippled Japanese nuclear power plant, the facility's operator said on Wednesday, a breakthrough in the battle to contain the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl.

    However, Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) still needs to pump contaminated water into the sea because of a lack of storage space at the facility.

    "The leaks were slowed yesterday after we injected a mixture of liquid glass and a hardening agent and it has now stopped," a TEPCO spokesman told Reuters.

    Desperate engineers had been struggling to stop the leaks and had used sawdust, newspapers and concrete as well as liquid glass to try to stem the flow of the highly-contaminated water.

    Japan is facing its worst crisis since World War Two after a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami hit its northeast coast, leaving nearly 28,000 people dead or missing, thousands homeless, and rocking the world's third-largest economy.

    Samples of the water used to cool reactor No. 2 were 5 million times the legal limit of radioactivity, officials said on Tuesday, adding to fears that contaminants had spread far beyond the disaster zone.

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    Biotech company using cell lines from aborted babies in food enhancement testing

    LARGO, Florida, March 29, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Pepsico, Kraft Foods, and Nestlé are among the corporations partnered with a biotech company found using aborted fetal cell lines to test food flavor enhancers, according to a pro-life watchdog group.
    http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/bio...enhancement-te
    Asseblief, sal iemand vir my sê dit is nie so nie? Dit skree ten hemele!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Son of the South View Post
    Asseblief, sal iemand vir my sê dit is nie so nie? Dit skree ten hemele!
    Ek het gou 'n "search" gaan doen om my eie berig te verifieer.

    Seattle Scientist Launches Pro-Life Biotech Firm

    SEATTLE — A new biotechnology firm has been set up to develop treatments and vaccines without resort to aborted fetal tissue or embryonic stem cells.
    by Steve Weatherbe | Source:
    It’s good news for families, physicians and pharmacists concerned with providing the best health care and respect for human life.

    AVM Biotechnology LLC (as in “Ave Maria”) of Seattle is the brainchild of career biotech researcher Dr. Theresa Deisher. It has the support of America’s leading campaigner against the biomedical use of aborted fetal tissue: Children of God for Life.

    Deisher, who over her 17 years in the field has amassed 23 patents, said, “It is our goal to develop human therapeutics that are morally acceptable and compatible with the magisterium of the Catholic Church.”
    http://catholic.net/index.php?option...20%26%20Family

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    Tepco moves to prevent new explosion at plant

    Tokyo Electric Power Co (Tepco) headquarters building in Tokyo. Tepco said they may inject nitrogen gas into a reactor container to prevent a possible explosion. -- PHOTO: REUTERS

    TOKYO - THE operator of a stricken Japanese nuclear power plant on Wednesday said it may inject nitrogen gas into a reactor container to prevent a possible explosion due to a buildup of hydrogen.

    Workers at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi plant are concerned that hydrogen gas will build up in the container of reactor number 1 to the level where it will react violently with oxygen, causing an explosion.
    http://www.straitstimes.com/Breaking...ry_653569.html

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