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This blog simply desires to share the truth, (and not just politically) and the truth is out there for those who seek it, we just blog about it, hence, Revelations of Truth!

Friday, May 28, 2010

The Stoning Of Soraya M.

I just saw the movie, The Stoning of Soraya M, last night.

It was an incredibly powerful movie! It tells the story of Soraya, a beautiful Iranian woman from a small town in Iran. They are all Muslims and as such follow the Islam (false) religion very closely.

"Based on an incredible true story, this powerful tale of a village's persecution of an innocent woman becomes both a daring act of witness and a compelling parable about mob rule. Who will join forces with the plot against her, who will surrender to the mob, and who will dare to stand up for what is right. It is both a classic fable of good and evil and inspiring tribute to the many fighting against injustice all around the world.

Starring Shohreh Aghdashloo, Mozhan MarnĂ² and James Caviezel."

The book and movie are the result of a promise kept. Minutes before Soraya's horrific stoning to death, her aunt promises Soraya that she would tell her daughters and the world the truth about her life and death-- "the world MUST know"

I remember one part where Soraya said she was not afraid of death but of dying and the pain of the stoning. She barely cried, even when she learned of her impending death. She was in a state of shock, yet maintained strength and grace, especially for her children. It was not until the second stone was thrown, by her husband, with such brute force that when it hit her forehead, her head and upper body swung back hard, as far as possible, and then came forward again with blood gushing down, that she began to cry. It was then, in that moment, in the intense pain, when she fully realized the reality of what was happening to her, what she was about to experience and die from. It was then that I began to cry.

Soraya REALLY existed and really lived. She was a good woman and mother. She didn't deserve to die like that. It breaks my heart that this happens to women (and sometimes men) all over the world in countries where Islam is followed.

Learn the truth about Islam: and

"No other cause is responsible for more deaths than Islam."

Watch this powerful movie and learn the story of a beautiful woman, wife, and mother, named Soraya M.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Reality Vs. Myth for SB 1070 (Arizona Immigration Law)

Myth No. 1: The law requires illegal immigrants to carry identification that they weren't already required to carry.

Reality: On the contrary, the law simply penalizes illegal immigrants who fail to carry the registration documents that federal law already requires them to keep on their person. These federal crimes (8 United States Code Section 1304(a) or 1306(e)) have been around since 1940. The Arizona law simply adds a layer of state penalty to what already was a crime under federal law.

The SB1070 provision in question reads:

"For any lawful contact made by a law enforcement official or agency of this state . . . where reasonable suspicion exists that the person is an alien who is unlawfully present in the United States, a reasonable attempt shall be made, when practicable, to determine the immigration status of the person."

The majority requests for documentation will take place during the course of other police business. As for U.S. citizens, the law does not require them to carry any identification whatsoever. Indeed, the law cannot possibly be applied against U.S. citizens; only an alien can be found guilty under the Arizona statute. (See News Hour clip 3:45 seconds in)

Myth No. 2: The law will encourage racial profiling.

Reality: The terms of the act make clear that such profiling cannot occur. Section 2 provides that a law enforcement official "may not solely consider race, color, or national origin" in making any stops or determining an alien's immigration status. In addition, all of the normal Fourth Amendment protections against racial profiling still apply.

Moreover, the law actually reduces the likelihood of racial profiling by forcing police officers to contact the federal government to verify a person's immigration status when they suspect a person is an illegal alien. It already was permissible for police officers across the country to make arrests for violations of federal immigration law where reasonable suspicion existed that a violation had occurred. Now, in Arizona, officers will have to make a phone call to Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) 24/7 hot line to confirm that any aliens in their custody really are present unlawfully. Officers can no longer proceed based solely on their own assessment of a person's immigration status. In this way, the Arizona law takes any consideration of race out of the equation - strengthening the protections against racial profiling.

Myth No. 3: The law will require Arizona police officers to stop and question people.

Reality: Here again, critics of the law are failing to read it carefully. The law only kicks in when a police officer already has made a "lawful contact" with a person, such as stopping him for breaking another law. The most likely contact is during the issuance of a speeding ticket. The law does not require the officer to begin questioning a person about his immigration status or to do anything the officer would not otherwise do.

Only after a stop is made, and subsequently the officer develops reasonable suspicion on his own that an immigration law has been violated, is any obligation imposed. At that point, the officer is required to call ICE to confirm whether the person is an illegal alien.

The Arizona law is actually more restrictive than federal law. In Muehler v. Mena (2005), the Supreme Court ruled that officers did not need reasonable suspicion to justify asking a suspect about their immigration status, stating that the court has “held repeatedly that mere police questioning does not constitute a seizure” under the Fourth Amendment).