Watchwoman on the Wall

Watchwoman: Please pray for the members of the families of these 31 heroes who died in a foreign land defending the Western Way of Life and the Western Christian Religion our Western Form of Government is based upon. Pray extra hard because these heroes, some of whom may not be interred in the Name of Jesus or in the Name of the God of the Bible because the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has banned the Word ‘God’ from Military Funerals.  Please call the director of this VA Cemetery, Arleen Ocasio at 281-447-8686 (extension 206) and e-mail her at and tell the VA what you think of this outlandish anti-God policy.  Make her explain this issue and why she hates Jesus Christ and our God of the Bible.  Why does she discriminate against Christians and Jews?  Is she an atheist?  What is her worldview?  Then you just might want to pray in the name of Jesus over the phone for her heart to be convicted of her sins of anti-Christian discrimination!  Amen?  Amen!  Tell her of the horrible grief she may add to the already grieving families faced with the inconsolable losses of their sons, husbands, fathers, boyfriends, and classmates of these 31 Navy Seals because of her unjust cause to eliminate Jesus Christ and the God of the Bible from military funerals!  Let this be done in Jesus Name for the cause of Jesus Christ to rule in power and might and glory until every knee shall bow and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord!  Amen! ▬  Donna Calvin


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UPDATE CNN Breaking News (Report #4 – 3:48 PM) – Nearly two dozen U.S. special forces troops killed early Saturday in Afghanistan were on a mission to rescue another team of military personnel pinned down by insurgents, a U.S. military official told CNN. The helicopter that went down in eastern Afghanistan carried 31 Americans, including 22 Navy SEALs, who were part of a “quick reaction force” sent in to pick up others engaged in a fierce firefight, the official said. Special forces have been conducting almost nightly raids against insurgent targets throughout Afghanistan. Saturday’s crash took place in the eastern province of Wardak, an area rife with insurgent activity.

UPDATE CNN Breaking News (Report #3 – 2:29 PM) – It is believed that Saturday’s helicopter crash in eastern Afghanistan that killed 31 Americans was downed by insurgents, a U.S. military official told CNN.  Of those killed, 22 were Navy SEALs, he said.  The SEALs belonged to the same unit that conducted a raid in May that killed Osama bin Laden, but they were not part of that operation, the official said.  Special forces have been conducting almost daily nighttime raids against insurgent targets throughout Afghanistan. Saturday’s crash took place in the eastern province of Wardak, an area rife with insurgent activity.

CNN Breaking News (Report #2 – 11:35 AM)  – The majority of those killed in a helicopter crash in eastern Afghanistan overnight were Navy Seals, two U.S. government officials said, citing first reports. More than two dozen American troops are believed to have died in the crash of the Chinook helicopter, a U.S. military official told CNN. If the numbers are confirmed, the incident would be the most deadly for coalition forces in the Afghan war, according to a CNN count of international troop deaths. Afghan President Hamid Karzai issued a statement saying as many as 31 U.S. special forces and seven Afghans were killed and offered “deep regret” to U.S. President Barack Obama.

CNN Breaking News (Report #1 – 7:20 AM)  – Thirty-one U.S. special forces members in Afghanistan died aboard a NATO helicopter that crashed Saturday in an area reported to have insurgent activity, officials said. The crash occurred in the eastern province of Wardak, Afghan President Hamid Karzai’s office said in a statement. It is among the worst single-day losses of American lives in the Afghan war.  Seven Afghans were also killed during the crash in the restive central-eastern region, the statement said.  A Taliban spokesman says the group claimed responsibility for shooting down the vehicle.


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