UK MP: Queen may derail March 2014 Brussels trial with Pope by arresting Kevin Annett for sedition

http://youtu.be/qYtnz2DT4LY Mass genocide of Mohawk children by UK QUEEN AND VATICAN uncovered in Canada-Rev Kevin Annett Sometimes people hold a CORE BELIEF The canadian holocaust LINK   @Apollo Solaris I AM God’s Divine LOVE in Action I AM God’s Divine WILL and POWER in Action. I AM God’s Divine WISDOM and INTELLIGENCE in ACTION. and I intend…

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Stella's Voice | There is no one in the entire world more vulnerable to sex trafficking than orphaned girls

I am an orphan. No one cares about me. I am hungry. I am cold. I am despised. I am abandoned. I am abused. I am Stella’s Voice. A voice is all that is left of Stella, a handicapped orphan. Homeless, powerless, silenced. Used by evil men. Dead at nineteen. I am Stella’s Voice. I am the voice of orphans. I am their prayer for food, for warmth, for love. I am their cry for protection from sex traffickers. Will you be Stella’s Voice too? Together, we can make her voice louder. Together, our prayers are more powerful. Together, we can make a difference. Will you be Stella’s Voice?

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FREE-THEM | Once this word, "prostituted" is introduced into your vocabulary, you learn the word "human trafficking"

In 2003 the Founder of [free-them] moved from Oakville, Ontario Canada to Honolulu, Hawaii USA to pursue her university education. She moved into Waikiki onto a street named Kuhio Avenue (if you stay in Waikiki long enough, you learn quickly that this street is also known as Candy Lane – it’s the track). Daily she encountered prostitutes at her “front door” and instead of rejecting them, she started to engage. Over a short period of time, she began to learn that the word “prostitute” which we equate often with “choice” should be replaced with “prostituted.” Once this word, “prostituted” is introduced into your vocabulary, you learn the word “human trafficking” (and for many your world will never be the same again).

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FREE-THEM | Once this word, "prostituted" is introduced into your vocabulary, you learn the word "human trafficking"

In 2003 the Founder of [free-them] moved from Oakville, Ontario Canada to Honolulu, Hawaii USA to pursue her university education. She moved into Waikiki onto a street named Kuhio Avenue (if you stay in Waikiki long enough, you learn quickly that this street is also known as Candy Lane – it’s the track). Daily she encountered prostitutes at her “front door” and instead of rejecting them, she started to engage. Over a short period of time, she began to learn that the word “prostitute” which we equate often with “choice” should be replaced with “prostituted.” Once this word, “prostituted” is introduced into your vocabulary, you learn the word “human trafficking” (and for many your world will never be the same again).

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Women under Siege | Syrian-American tells UN of cultural reasons why rape in Syria may be underreported

By Women Under Siege — July 30, 2012
Safa Sankari, a member of our Syria team, spoke at the UN on July 18 as part of a presentation of our first findings of a data analysis of our crowdmap of sexualized violence in Syria. Sankari, who is Syrian-American, is the co-founder and president of the Syrian American Medical Society’s Michigan Chapter Foundation, a nonprofit organization that helps in the humanitarian and medical needs of Syrians. WMC’s Women Under Siege Director Lauren Wolfe also spoke. You can read her testimony here.

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Women's Refugee Commission | There are currently more than 42 million refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) worldwide who have been displaced by conflict

The Women’s Refugee Commission is extremely concerned about the current crises in the following hotspots:
Syria
Horrific violence persisting for the past two years has created a desperate humanitarian situation in Syria. Since early March, UNHCR has reported that the number of registered refugees or those being assisted as such has surpassed the one million mark. While it is impossible to obtain accurate numbers of internally displaced people (still in Syria) at this time, the UN estimates they are nearing 3.6 million.

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