Preparations for Prophet T.B. Joshua’s relocation to Israel seem to be heating up with the airing of a documentary on national Israeli television about the impending arrival of the Nigerian cleric. Reshet TV, one of the most successful television networks in Israel, aired an 11-minute feature on Joshua in Hebrew, detailing his recent visits to Israel and meetings with government dignitaries. According to the video’s introduction aired on Isreali Channel 2, “the man responsible for 60% of the tourism in Nigeria announced that he is moving to Israel”. Please follow…Read More
In a bombshell announcement that shocked congregants and viewers of Emmanuel TV alike, Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua declared his intentions to leave Nigeria and relocate his ministry to the nation of Israel. Speaking to a rapt multi-national audience at his church service on Sunday 30th April 2017, Joshua disclosed that he had just returned from the ‘Holy Land’ after holding meetings with three prominent Israeli mayors of Jerusalem, Tiberias and the Jordan Valley. According to the cleric, they offered both land and facilities in an area around the biblical site…Read More
Active Democracy knows all of Jewish Establishment malice … we know allof the skins that they hide under and we know all of their criminal activities. We have also kept the White House in the loop and top political leaders are aware of this ideology and criminal systems. The Jewish Establishment is caught “red handed”. There are direct verifiable links of Jewish monopoly in banks, media, politics and business in America. All evidence of their ownership and malicious systems is available in black and white. And this creates an increased…Read More
The so called “Save Dafur Coalition” raised tens of millions of dollars, some say a hundred million or more to help the people of Dafur, yet an investigation by this writer can find no evidence of any of this money reaching Dafur refugees on the ground in Sudan.
I first wrote about Dafur back in 2003 and since then have interviewed over a dozen veteran aid workers from Dafur with more than 50 years on the ground there between them and first off:Read More
CAIRO – The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsi has claimed victory in Egypt’s first post-uprising presidential race. But the rival camp of old guard candidate Ahmed Shafiq disputes the unofficial results, while the ruling military council claimed sweeping powers, throwing this major test of the nation’s transition into doubt.
Morsi’s claim was just one in a stunning series of events in the turmoil that has attended Egypt’s historic poll.