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Tanzania: Six Churches Torched in One Week

Over the course of last week, six Christian churches were burned down in northwest Tanzania. On September 23, the Living Waters International Church, Buyekera Pentecostal Assemblies of God, and Evangelical Assemblies of God Tanzania Church — three churches in total — were burned down. Three days later, on September 26, the Evangelical Lutheran Church, Kitundu [...]

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Obama Throws Christian Refugees to Lions

Gatestone Institute The fate of those Iraqi Christians who had fled from the Islamic State only to be incarcerated in the United States has finally been decided by the Obama administration: they are to be thrown back to the lions, where they will likely be persecuted if not slaughtered like so many Iraqi Christians before [...]

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Islamic State Blows Up 21 Christian Homes

Coptic Solidarity  Earlier this week, the Islamic State blew up 21 homes belonging to Christians in the once Christian majority Nineveh Plain, northeast of Mosul. An official of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Mosul further said that the Islamic State has throughout the months detonated “hundreds” of homes in Nineveh Plain, primarily to strike fear [...]

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“Wake Up!”: Muslim Persecution of Christians, July 2015

Gatestone Institute   Not only is the Islamic State (IS) persecuting Christians but so are the U.S.-supported “rebel” forces, which the Obama administration assures are “moderate.”  According to a recent NPR report, “With backing from U.S. allies, like Turkey and Saudi Arabia, this [U.S. supported] rebel coalition fights both the Syrian regime and the so-called [...]

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Why Western Nations Should Only Accept Christian Refugees

All the right reasons the Left detests…

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ISIS Abducts 12 Egyptians in Libya

Coptic Solidarity  The Islamic State in Libya has abducted 12 more Egyptians.  They were reportedly laborers preparing to return back to Egypt. According to RT Arabic, the Egyptians were abducted in Sirte, late in the evening of Sunday, September 13. Coptic Christians are among those kidnapped. The Egyptian ministry has not issued a statement either [...]

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Muslim Soldiers Killing Christian Soldiers in Egypt

PJ Media On Sunday, August 23, a Coptic Christian soldier was killed in his army unit in Egypt.  Baha Saeed Karam, 22, was found shot dead with four bullet wounds at the headquarters of his battalion in Marsa Matruh.  Although transferred to a hospital in Alexandria, he was pronounced dead upon arrival. According to Baha’s [...]

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U.S. and West Victimize Christians Fleeing ISIS

Gatestone Institute  Not only does the West facilitate the persecution of Christians in the Middle East, but in the West as well. According to a recent NPR report, the U.S. supported “moderate” coalition fighting both Bashar Assad and the Islamic State in Syria “has extremists in its own ranks who have mistreated Christians and forced [...]

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Coptic Shop Bombed by “Muslim Brotherhood”

Coptic Solidarity The shop of a Coptic Christian located in Qena, Egypt, was bombed earlier this week and severely damaged. The first, failed attempt was caught by the shop’s security camera.  In it, a bearded Salafi looking man comes into the shop holding two bags.  He purchases nothing but surreptiously leaves one of the bags behind [...]

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How the Islamic World was Forged: An Exercise in Common Sense

FrontPage Magazine Danish What made non-Muslims convert to Islam, leading to the creation of the Islamic world? Early historical sources—both Muslim and non-Muslim—make clear that the Islamic empire was forged by the sword; that people embraced Islam, not so much out of sincere faith, but for a myriad of reasons—from converting in order to enjoy [...]

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