Mapping the End Times: An Interview with Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

Arnold Fruchtenbaum was born to Jewish parents in 1943. When he was only four, his family had to flee Russia due to false accusations of spying for the Nazi Party. While living in Germany, Arnold had a religious epiphany at age 13 and began to feel that Jesus was the Messiah of the Jewish people […]

Sarah Shourd, One of Three Americans Held in Iran, Released

Sarah Shourd, one of three Americans being held in Iran, was released Tuesday morning after posting a bail of $500,000.  Shourd and two others, Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, were arrested by Iranian officers over a year ago when the three were hiking along the Iraq-Iran border and crossed into Iran.  Iranian officials have charged […]

Iran Says it is Within Their Right to Ban Certain UN Inspectors

On Tuesday, Iran said that they have the right to ban certain UN inspectors from entering the country.  The latest controversy surrounding the Iranian nuclear program comes after the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) released a report that claimed Iran has made it difficult for the UN to monitor their nuclear program by not allowing […]

Iranian Woman Sentenced to Stoning for Adultery Claims Discrimination is Rampant in Iran

Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, the Iranian woman convicted on two counts of adultery and sentenced to death by stoning, has accused Iranian officials of lying about the charges against her.  Authorities have also claimed that she murdered her husband, even though a man is currently in prison for her husband’s murder.  The man is not facing […]

Rendition of ‘Another Brick in the Wall’ Provides Hope for Iranian Youth

Toronto rock bank Blurred Vision is helping keep the fight for Iranian human rights alive nearly a year after protests during last year’s election in the country.  Band members Sohl and Sepp are Iranian.  The two fled with their family in 1988, but still have family members in the country.  The band has used Pink […]

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