Wednesday, February 07, 2007

"45 Seconds to Glory" DVD Now Available

The DVD "45 Seconds to Glory" is now Available from the Ministry of Information in Washington D.C.

The Ministry of Information in D.C. is happy to announce the release of the DVD, 45 Seconds to Glory….a 35 minute presentation from the Holy Father highlighting the conception of the vision to the building of the institutions of the Kingdom of Yah. This is available now…place your order today. Also, get ready for African American History month and give the gift of truth to your friends, family and relatives.

For more information contact Ahtur Yatsiliel or his staff in D.C. at
(202) 797-8110 or

Tuesday, February 06, 2007

African-Hebrew Development Agency promotes health in Ghana

AHDA is making a big impact on the health of the people of Ghana
Submitted by Ben Ore

We are to proud share with you the great works of the African Hebrew Development Agency in Ghana. Especially with our great preventative health training that we are doing in collaboration with the Ministry of Health in Ghana.

Here are some recent stories published by some of the Ghanaian press. Click and Enjoy!

Community Trained in regenerative health:

Ministry of Health trains community in regenerative health :

Monday, February 05, 2007

Texas governor orders STD vaccine for all girls

Decision comes after maker of cervical cancer shot doubled lobbying efforts
Associated Press

AUSTIN, Texas - Bypassing the Legislature altogether, Republican Gov. Rick Perry issued an order Friday making Texas the first state to require that schoolgirls get vaccinated against the sexually transmitted virus that causes cervical cancer.

By employing an executive order, Perry sidestepped opposition in the Legislature from conservatives and parents’ rights groups who fear such a requirement would condone premarital sex and interfere with the way Texans raise their children.

Beginning in September 2008, girls entering the sixth grade — meaning, generally, girls ages 11 and 12 — will have to receive Gardasil, Merck & Co.’s new vaccine against strains of the human papillomavirus, or HPV.

Perry also directed state health authorities to make the vaccine available free to girls 9 to 18 who are uninsured or whose insurance does not cover vaccines. In addition, he ordered that Medicaid offer Gardasil to women ages 19 to 21. See: Texas orders STD vaccine for all girls

Study: More kids exposed to online porn

42 percent of Internet users ages 10 to 14 have viewed sexual images
Associated Press

CHICAGO - More children and teens are being exposed to online pornography, mostly by accidentally viewing sexually explicit Web sites while surfing the Internet, researchers say.

Forty-two percent of Internet users aged 10 to 17 surveyed said they had seen online pornography in the past year. Of those, 66 percent said they did not want to view the images and had not sought them out, University of New Hampshire researchers found. Their conclusions appear in February’s Pediatrics, due out Monday.

“It’s beyond the wild West out there. You’ve really taken away the age of innocence,” said Dr. Michael Wasserman, a pediatrician with the Ochsner Clinic in Metairie, La., who was not involved in the study. In the survey, most kids who reported unwanted exposure were aged 13 to 17. Still, sizable numbers of 10- and 11-year-olds also had unwanted exposure — 17 percent of boys and 16 percent of girls that age. More than one-third of 16- and 17-year-old boys surveyed said they had intentionally visited X-rated sites in the past year.

Online use that put kids at the highest risk for unwanted exposure to pornography was using file-sharing programs to download images. However, they also stumbled onto X-rated images through other “normal” Internet use, the researchers said, including talking online with friends, visiting chat rooms and playing games. See: Study: More kids exposed to online porn

Subzero temperatures grip Upper Midwest

Schools close, some trains halted as mercury crashes to 42 below
Associated Press

MINNEAPOLIS - A bone-chilling arctic cold wave with temperatures as low as 42 below zero shut down schools for thousands of youngsters Monday, halted some Amtrak service and put car batteries on the disabled list from the northern Plains across the Great Lakes.

The cold was accompanied by snow that was measured in feet in parts of upstate New York. “Anybody in their right mind wouldn’t want to be out in weather like this,” Lawrence Wiley, 57, said at the Drop Inn Center homeless shelter where he has been living in Cincinnati. Monday lows in the area were in the single digits. See: Subzero temps grip Upper Midwest