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Thursday, May 18th, 2017

Islamic Group Teaching Arabic To Brazilians


Posted on YouTube: May 18, 2017

Interesting. A lot of Muslim groups are trying to teach Arabic to Latin Americans as a way to convert them to Islam. This is not the only one.

However, I do not think they will succeed for the most part. There is a massive Evangelical Christian Revival going on in Latin America, which brings in millions per year. The Evangelical Christians are winning.

For the most part, I believe the Arab intrusion into Latin America will result not so much in conversion to Islam, but in generating an anti-Israel political position. The Latin Americans will remain Christian, but become virulently anti-Israel … EXCEPT …

Where the Evangelicals are strong.

Brazil is about one-quarter Evangelical right now, and those figures are growing. The Brazilian-Evangelicals are strongly pro-Israel. And it is effecting Brazil’s politics.


Posted on YouTube: May 20, 2014

Or this astounding event:


A MASS BAPTISM OF BRAZILIANS IN THE RIVER JORDAN IN ISRAEL
Posted on YouTube: July 21, 2015

Source: Is Christian Zionism Flowering in Brazil?
The American Interest – July 26, 2014

Could a wave of Christian Zionism soon hit Latin America’s most important country? The NYT reports that a Brazilian Pentecostal Christian denomination called the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God has built a huge replica of Solomon’s Temple in Sao Paulo, closely modeled after Biblical descriptions of the structure. The money for the church came from the Church’s founder, media mogul Edir Macedo. An Israeli flag flies nearby, Macedo walks around wearing a skull cap, and menorahs are found throughout the building. The Church’s spokeswoman told the Times, “There is just one biblical faith; it is impossible to disassociate Christianity from its Jewish roots.”

Brazil has about 44 Million Evangelicals. Islam does not stand a chance in Brazil, nor much of South America; but as noted, where Evangelicalism is weaker, an anti-Israel political view can influenced by Islamic political propaganda, even if not religion.

Wednesday, May 17th, 2017

Arab Gastronomy – Argentine TV


Posted on YouTube: May 17, 2017

This Argentine website, Tudo Positivo, has the other parts of the show.

It seems to be a network in the border region between Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay, hence the show itself is in Spanish, but the name of the network is in Brazilian Portuguese.

Wednesday, May 17th, 2017

Chilean Senator Speaks for Palestinian Prisoners


Posted on YouTube: May 17, 2017

Alexander Navarro (probably a Basque name) intervenes in the Chilean Senae on behalf of the [hunger striking] Palestinian prisoners. He veers slightly to the left.

Again, this would be unthinkable in the United States, but the Palestinian cause has broad support in Chile.

Wednesday, May 17th, 2017

Aymelek Ballet – Arab Dance Encounter


Posted on YouTube: May 17, 2017

The International Day of Dance.

A webpage about the impresaria: Natalia Hayat

She has a post graduate degree from the University of Chile.

So put aside that this is just merely bellydance. Apparently, this is taken quite seriously in South America.

Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

TelesSur on Nakba Day


Posted on YouTube: May 16, 2017

TeleSur’s report on Nakba Day (Day of Arab Catastrophe), 2017. No translation is necessary.

May 15 is the Day of Israel’s Independence Day. However, the Palestinians refer to it as the day of their catastrophe, their expulsion from the land.

Side Note: While May 15 is Israel’s Independence Day on the Western (Gregorian) Calendar, the Israelis use a Jewish calendar to celebrate the day, and it can change on the Western Calendar from year to year.

Venezuela runs a network TeleSur (TeleSouth) which broadcasts to all of Latin America. It is very leftist. Venezuela has a sort of alliance with Iran, so it is very biased.

This is what is being fed to Latin America.

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