Dear Friends and Family in Christ,

King AbdullahWhile Australia is hosting the Interfaith Parliament of World Religions in Melbourne during December 2009, Saudi Arabia is playing the double game and taking the Western world for a ride! (read the following article) As Bible-believing God fearing Christians in Australia, we should be ashamed of spokesmen such as Tim Costello (the head of World Vision) for being one of the main promoters of this deceptive event in addition to other Christian leaders who support this ‘Interfaith Hypocrisy’ and refuse to speak out against it to protect their own self image and reputation. They are the ones who sell our Christian heritage and compromise the absolute truth of the Word of God and the Cross of Christ!

Be watchful of them and start to speak up against them. If we remain silent (the middle of the road approach – let’s not rock the boat – let’s not upset the status quo attitude) we will be equally guilty of selling our birthright.  As I get information on other Christian leaders who are supporting this Interfaith Parliament in Nov 2009 I will bring it to your attention. It is time to be BLACK or WHITE and not be GRAY! If not our children and grand children will pay the price for what we have not done!

I encourage you to write to Reverend Tim Costello of World Vision at GPO Box 399C Melbourne Victoria 3001 or call the World Vision office at (03) 9287 2233 and ask him why he is promoting such an event. Do not be deceived by all the nice and clever excuses they give to justify what they do. As the Word of God is very clear, Jesus said,  ‘I am the Way, the Truth and the Life. No man shall come to the Father unless through Me.” John 14:6

Let your voice be heard! Pray and Act now!

Many Blessings,

Pastor Danny Nalliah
Catch the Fire Ministries




Saudis to Christians: Get out!
Those accused of worshipping in homes ordered deported

More than a dozen Christians in Saudi Arabia who were accused by government officials of worshipping in their homes have been ordered deported.

According to a report from International Christian Concern, the Christians will be expelled tomorrow for one specific home worship service in Taif in April.

The deportation conflicts with the message stated just weeks earlier by Saudi King Abdullah, who called for interfaith dialogue and held a summit in Spain with a representatives from several major religions.

“Deporting Christians for worshipping in their private homes shows that King Abdullah’s speech is mere rhetoric and his country is deceiving the international community about their desire for change and reconciliation,” said Jeff King, the president of ICC.

The report from the Washington-based human rights group said 15 Christians will be deported. Sixteen had been arrested on April 25 when a dozen Saudi Arabian police officers raided a home during a prayer meeting.

“The first officer to enter the house after breaking down the main gate pointed a pistol at the Christians and ordered them to hand over their resident permits and mobile phones,” the report said. “The other 11 police followed quickly and started searching the entire house. The confiscated an electronic drum set, an offering box with 500 Saudi Riyal in it ($130), 20 Bibles, and a few Christian books.”

The worshippers initially faced accusations of preaching and singing. “They later changed the charge to holding a ‘dance party’ and collecting money to support terrorism,” the ICC said.

“During the raid, the police mocked, questioned and harassed the Christians for four hours. Then they took them to a police station where the head of the station interrogated them. The head of the police then wrote down their ‘statements’ in Arabic and forced the Christians, who are immigrants and not able to read or write Arabic, to sign the statements,” ICC said.

They were released three days later, and one Christian immediately left the country. The others returned to their work, but soon got letters ordered their departures tomorrow, ICC said.

“Three weeks ago, Saudi Arabia hosted an interfaith conference in Madrid, Spain. During the conference that took place from July 16-19, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia called for reconciliation among various religions,” ICC said.

According to an International Herald Tribune report, King Abdullah’s meeting drew about 200 representatives of Christianity, Islam and Judaism as well as those representing Hindu, Taoism and others.

The reporter noted that the meetings had to be held outside of Saudi Arabia because “the mere fact that rabbis would be openly invited to the kingdom, a country where in principle Jews are not permitted to visit, would have constituted a turning point.”

8 Responses to “Interfaith Hypocrisy”

  1. 1 Diwi

    Please Pastor Danny, the Christian world is laced with hypocricy. I mean to say how many more sects and denominations can we have. And so, ignoring the Lord’s greatest commandment that as disciples we should love one another, we claim healings right left and center in our carnal bodies. Let us be healed indeed of our inonsistencies, our lack of compassion and our eagerness for faith that has to SEE things. If we suffer with Him, we shall reign with Him. If we try to avoid all suffering and persecution we are not worthy of His name.Be done with the spectecular, let’s humble ourselves before God. We have all sinned and come short of His glory.

    What about the latest mess with the Muggliuchos or whatever their name is. It will be another blotch on the name of Christ. It leaves Tim Costello for dead besically.

    God’s people need repentence more than anything else. Kindly Diwi

  2. 2 Liz

    thank you for bringing to my attention the Interfaith hypocrisy! I
    will write to Ps Costello and voice my opinion on what I know the Lord
    would want for him to do at this time! Be BOLD. Thank you and God
    bless you continually. Liz

  3. 3 Office 2

    Thanks for this information we will speak out and pray for this Interfaith Hypocrisy
    Well Done Ps Danny May God Bless you and all who uphold the Gospel.

  4. 4 John


    Thanks you for your email, I have sent the Reverend Costello
    a letter regarding this event. Thank you for keeping all of us updated.

    There are many things we have to keep our eye’s on to what is happening
    in the world and the one to watch is the one world religion.

    If you can I strongly suggest you read a book called “EU THE FINAL

    To keep up to date with what the many stream media never report on
    please look at the site of the author of this book. He and is wife
    are Christians
    and you can contact them via their site. Lots of stuff to read there.

    I wish he could come to Australia to speak. Here is his site address

    God Bless


  5. 5 John

    Thank you, Danny.

    When will the West wake up? We MUST speak out. In fact, do you know how to contact King Abdullah?

    Sincere greetings


  6. 6 Gerredina

    Thank you Pastor Nahliah, I have long felt that this movement is dangerous, as the Christians are giving more and more ground, whereas the islamic religions are gaining more and more ground because they see us as being weaklings and not standing up for our ‘rights’ and what we should claim as our truths.



  7. 7 Linzi

    Dear Danny, I thank the Lord you are speaking out and alerting people to this. Blessings Linzi

  8. 8 Jullie-Anne

    Dear Pastor Danny,
    I praise God for you and that you will not Compromise the Word of God.
    Thank you for standing true in serving the Lord and alerting the TRUE Christian Church
    to what is going on in the world.
    I have not seen any of these issues publicised ( I know why), not one word!!!
    Usually you hear a small whisper, or get an inkling.
    Praise God for telling everyone the truth and highlighting the Persecution of Christ’s people,
    ( our brothers and sisters) His Church and Body.
    God Bless you and prospe your in all wisdom and knowledge, joolz.

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