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Revelation 9:21a, “And they did not repent of their murders …”
This unrepentant imam, Anjem Choudary, is the same imam who contends that non-Muslims are all guilty of crimes against “Allah.” During an interview with the BBC in 2005, Choudary asserted that only Muslims were innocent people. Non-Muslims “have not accepted Islam, and as far as we are concerned, that is a crime against [Allah]… as far as Muslims are concerned, you are innocent if you are a Muslim – then you are innocent in the eyes of [Allah]. If you are a non-Muslim, then you are guilty of not believing in [Allah].” According to Anjem Choudary and all like-minded followers of the “prophet” of Islam, if you don’t believe in “Allah” then you’re rejecting the “holy” Qur’an. If you’re rejecting the “holy” Qur’an you must therefore be embracing something else. And if you’re embracing something else, that could lead…
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SPRINGVILLE, Utah – Police have issued a missing person advisory for an elderly woman who went missing from Springville on February 19.
According to information from the Springville Police Department, 78-year-old Marilyn Nadeen Marlowe was last seen in Springville driving a white, 1995 Ford Contour with Utah license plate: 785UYF.
Officials said the woman may have early stage dementia and can become confused. The woman also has a heart condition, and she does not have her medication with her.
Marlowe, pictured above, is described as a white female who stands 5-feet 5-inches tall and weighs 145 pounds. She has gray hair with brown streaks. She has blue eyes and wears glasses.
Anyone with information regarding Marlowe is asked to contact the Springville Police Department at (801) 489-9421.