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Yemen: Muslims Burn Alive Female Relative for Converting to Christianity

Muslim relatives of a woman conspired to kill her by placing gasoline in one of her kitchen bottles, causing her to catch fire while cooking and burn to death.  The reason?  Earlier she had converted to Christianity and refused to return to Islam.  Now her husband (also an apostate to Christianity) and children are homeless [...]

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The Muslim Rape of Christian Nuns

Despite how unsavory and barbaric Islamic groups and persons around the world have been behaving—whether Nigeria’s Boko Haram, Mesopotamia’s Islamic State, Somalia’s Shabaab—perhaps few things are as disgusting and cowardly as the Muslim rape of nuns: defenseless Christian women who sacrifice much of their lives to help sick and needy Muslims. The latest such attack [...]

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Revisiting “The Silent Extermination of Iraq’s ‘Christian Dogs’”

Nearly three-and-a-half years ago, before the “Arab Spring” and the plight of Christians became much of a topic, I wrote a FrontPage article titled “The Silent Extermination of Iraq’s ‘Christian Dogs.’”  Revisiting it is useful, as it highlights some important points.  The article follows below in italics, with new observations interspersed in regular font: Last [...]

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Tripoli: Salafis Ban Christian Crosses and Icons

French In Tripoli, roaming bands of armed Salafis—Muslims who seek to follow the example of Islam’s prophet as literally as possible—went door to door of the city’s jewelry stores, ordering the owners to stop selling any crosses or Christian icons. “Immediately thereafter,” report Arabic media, “the store owners collected all the crosses and Christian icons [...]

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The Siege of Constantinople

Editor’s note: To mark the August 15 anniversary of the second Islamic siege of Constantinople, we republish the following article, which appeared a year ago on National Review Online: Seige of Constantinople, from the Constantine Manasses Chronicle Danish Portuguese  Today, August 15, marks the anniversary of Constantinople’s victory over Muslim invaders in what historians commonly call [...]

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Raymond Ibrahim at the Fifth Annual Coptic Solidarity Conference

In late June, Raymond Ibrahim chaired a panel on the Western media at the annual Coptic Solidarity conference held in Capitol Hill, D.C.. His segment follows, starting around the 13:15 mark. Click here for the other panelists’ presentations, including Michael Coren, Erick Stakelbeck, Ryan Mauro, and Raymond Arroyo.

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The Worldview of the Persecutor: Raymond Ibrahim on the Steve Deace Show

Raymond Ibrahim was recently interviewed on the Steve Deace Show, discussing the “big picture” of Muslim persecution of Christians.  Click here to listen.

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Islam’s Quest for Control

Raymond Ibrahim was recently interviewed on In the Market with Janet Parshall in a segment titled “Islam’s Quest for Control.”  Click here to listen; the 30 minute segment begins around the 21:30 mark.    

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Raymond Ibrahim Discusses Muslim Persecution of Christians with Michael Coren

In Late June, Raymond Ibrahim was interviewed by Michael Coren of Sun News inside the Capitol Building, in Washington D.C., where the annual Coptic Solidarity conference was being held (Raymond chaired a panel which included Michael Coren, Erick Stakelbeck, Ryan Mauro, and Raymond Arroyo). The clip follows:

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World Ignores Christian Exodus from Islamic World

Gatestone Institute While the world fixates on the conflict between Israel and Hamas—and while most mainstream media demonize Israel for trying to survive amid a sea of Arab-Islamic hostility—similar or worse tragedies continue to go virtually ignored. One of the most ancient Christian communities in the world, that of Iraq—which already had been decimated over [...]

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