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Pope's dove of peace attacked again by large black crow and seagull

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On January 26th, 2014 in Rome Italy, Pope Francis releases a dove of peace from the Vatican balcony after giving a speech on peace to the thousands below. This is the second time the doves of peace have been attacked by birds of prey. If you will remember last year, Pope Benedict released the doves of peace, almost a year ago to the day, and they were attacked by a seagull as well. Many in the religious communities of both Catholics and protestants are saying its a bad omen as biblical texts suggest that the "Birds of prey" represent demonic forces that come to steal away God's word and purposes from humanity. The video attached shows both attacks.




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