More churches are opening their doors to undocumented immigrants facing deportation

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Since President Trump took office, the number of American churches willing to shelter undocumented immigrants from the threat of deportation has grown to about 1,000 — a small fraction of the Christian community. Special correspondent Duarte Geraldino meets one immigrant who has been welcomed by a congregation in hopes of buying time to find a legal way of staying in the U.S.

famous USA Rapper 21 in ICE custody facing deportation

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21savage is his rap moniker or stage name and he has managed to top the charts musically while convincing his millions of fans that he was born and raised in the cold East side of Atlanta Georgia USA where his rough childhood shaped him into who he is today. Immigration and customs has another story to tell and at the moment the story is unfolding as the rapper sits in ICE custody facing deportation. Dont forget to like, comment, share, subscribe and click the bell to be notified when new videos are uploaded to SOUFLOTV.

A walk through downtown Madawaska, ME, with the camera facing Canada

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Joseph Normand Grinnell walks through downtown Madawaska, Maine, United States, on July 7, 2010. The camera is facing the side of the street that is closest to Canada, i.e., the Post Office, Jake’s, McDonald’s, etc.

Iraqi man facing deportation from US seeks refuge

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(14 Jul 2017) An Iraqi man who fled to the US during the Gulf War and trained tens of thousands of American soldiers is facing deportation orders that could lead to his death in his homeland, his supporters say.
Kadhim Al-bumohammed, 64, decided to seek refuge Thursday inside a New Mexico church.
He announced through his attorney that he would defy a federal immigration order to appear for a hearing where he was expected to be detained over two misdemeanor domestic-violence convictions in California.
“After consulting with his family, and with other members of the faith community, (Al-bumohammed) has chosen to seek sanctuary with the faith community”, Rebecca Kitson, his lawyer, said a cheering crowd outside Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) offices in Albuquerque.
Immigration officials typically don’t make deportation arrests in churches and other “sensitive areas” such as schools and churches.
An ICE spokeswoman did not immediately return an email from The Associated Press seeking comment.
Al-bumohammed, who arrived as a refugee in the early 1990s, worked as a linguist contractor with all four branches of the US military from 2004 to 2009 in Fort Irwin, California.
Al-bumohammed trained tens of thousands of soldiers in his five years and earned more than 15 medals for his service, Kitson said.
He fled following the first US war with Iraq with Saddam Hussein still in power because he feared persecution for assisting US-led coalition forces.
Supporters say the father of four US children will face death if he’s deported because of his connection to the US military.
His case has drawn support from religious leaders, immigrant advocates and US military veterans who have attended rallies and events on his behalf.
His daughter, Courtney Al-bumohammed, 17, said that for now she was happy that her father wouldn’t be detained and leave her family.
Al-bumohammed is one of the 1,400 Iraqis under deportation orders in the US.
Some, like Al-bumohammed, have faced the orders for years because they committed crimes.
His convictions involved his ex-wife and he later won full custody of his children.
A federal judge this week halted the deportation of Iraqi nationals like Al-bumohammed, including many Christians fearing persecution, while courts review the orders to remove them from the US.

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Columbus woman facing deportation leaves church to meet with immigration

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After taking sanctuary inside a Clintonville church earlier this week, Edith Espinal made the decision today to check in at the local Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office.

Valley pastor facing sex abuse charges

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Jose Morales runs Iglesia Impacto de Fe in Phoenix.

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# 1 – Kansas City District Revival – Rev. Dr. Joel D. Miles – Facing Our Problems – 11/7/2017

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# 1 – Kansas City District Revival – Rev. Dr. Joel D. Miles – Facing Our Problems – 11/7/2017
The Kansas City District Revival Held at Metropolitan A.M.E. Zion Church 2828 Prospect Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri, November 7th thru the 9th, 2017, 7:00 p.m. nightly

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Texas! Earth facing Sunspot + Gulf = It’s a party that could get Dangerous, y’all.

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I got a funny feeling the thing growing in the Gulf of Mexico may mirror about to be Earth Facing Sunspot 2137 because when the Sun gets active, Earth weather gets active, the Volcanoes get active & people act a little wild. Stay Cool.
God bless everyone,

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Tropical downpours to threaten flooding in Texas, Louisiana

Tropical downpours may lead to flooding and travel problems in parts of Texas and Louisiana this weekend to early next week.

A tropical disturbance associated with a plume of showers and thunderstorms that began to brew over the western Caribbean last weekend is forecast to migrate northwestward this weekend into early next week.

“The disturbance is highly unlikely to develop,” according to AccuWeather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski.

“However, this disturbance will cause flooding rainfall to progress slowly inland from the western part of the Gulf coast starting later this weekend,” Kottlowski said.

Risk of heavy rainfall, flooding to expand later Sunday through Tuesday

Enough rain is likely to fall to cause incidents of urban and low-lying area flooding, especially in the swath from Houston, southward to Brownsville, and inland to Austin and San Antonio, Texas.

Motorists in the major metropolitan areas such as Houston, Dallas, Port Arthur, Victoria, Corpus Christi, Brownsville, San Antonio and Austin, Texas, as well as Lake Charles, Louisiana, should anticipate travel difficulties by the start of next week.

The Monday commutes could be a mess along parts of the Texas and western Louisiana coasts. More widespread problems may occur from coastal and central Texas to western Louisiana by Tuesday.

Motorists are reminded never to drive through flooded roadways as the water may be deeper than it appears and the road surface compromised beneath the water.

Slow-moving tropical downpours have the potential to unload localized rainfall on the order of 6 inches or more where showers and thunderstorms repeat. Should even a tropical depression or weak tropical storm form, rainfall could be even heavier in some communities.

Static AP Harvey Bayou Widening Project Houston

Construction workers excavate and widen Brays Bayou as part of a nearly $500 million flood control project Thursday, March 22, 2018, in Houston. The project, which will widen 21 miles of the bayou and build stormwater detention basins. The project is one of several large-scale flood control projects Houston-area officials are hoping to fully fund and build. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

While much of the rain may fall on Father’s Day weekend when many people may have outdoor plans, rainfall is needed over much of the region.

Abnormally dry to moderate drought conditions exist over much of Louisiana and central and southeastern Texas, according to the latest United States Drought Monitor. Severe drought exists in some counties of Texas as well.

Movement of the batch of tropical downpours is uncertain beyond this weekend.

On one hand, the rain may be drawn northward across the Plains and part of the Mississippi Valley.

However, another scenario is possible.

“There is a chance the system stalls over southern Texas and northeastern Mexico for several days next week,” according to AccuWeather Lead Storm Warning Meteorologist Eddie Walker.

Another Harvey is not expected

Even though the area of disturbed weather is originating from the western Caribbean Sea and may organize just off the South Texas coast, a repeat of Harvey is not anticipated with this event, despite the chance of rain farther south and west.

LDS Mormon Temple in Manhattan, New York

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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Temple in Manhattan, New York. At 125 Columbus Ave and W 65th Street across from the Lincoln Center the statue of Moroni is facing across the street, pointed at the Lincoln Center of the Arts where the New York Philharmonic Orchestra performs.

Facing Familiar Spirits 11 AM – Bishop Kevin Foreman

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Facing My Giant by Pastor Michael L. Henderson – New Beginnings Church

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“Facing My Giant: The Pathway to Promotion” by Pastor Michael L. Henderson of New Beginnings Church. For the full version visit New Beginnings online at during services or Call 704-567-2900 for more information.

Join us Sunday at 8:00 am, 9:30 am, 11:00 am, or 12:30 pm
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Facing Slavery’s Legacy at Georgetown University

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Adam Rothman, professor of history at Georgetown, discusses the university’s roots in the slave economy of early America and their implications for today. He describes university efforts to research its history and reach out to descendants of the Maryland Jesuit slave community. Rothman is part of the university’s Working Group on Slavery, Memory and Reconciliation. Presented in partnership with the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., as the Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Lecture to open the 43rd Annual Conference on D.C. History.