The 12 Most-Read Stories of the Persecuted Church
Russia bans evangelism, Pakistan's bloody Easter Sunday, Muslims pledge to protect Christians, and more.
9. Morocco Declaration: Muslim Nations Should Protect Christians from Persecution In Marrakesh, hundreds of Muslim leaders release modern update to Muhammad's Charter of
The Last Chance for Arab Christians
Why the U.S. must support safe havens for the persecuted church in the Middle East.
Part of HILC's vision is to create a firewall of protection against the persecution of the Arab Christians throughout the Middle East, to educate the church about Christian persecution, and
A 'Romantic Way to Escape Persecution': Online Matchmaking
Persecution watchdog group hopes romantic connections between Western and Pakistani Christians could lead to asylum. Other persecution groups aren’t so sure.
Persecution watchdog group hopes romantic connections between Western and Pakistani Christians could lead to asylum. Other persecution groups aren't so sure.
Gleanings: March 2017
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our March issue).
India is a secular country, but has seen a rise in Christian persecution as Hindu nationalists have gained political power in recent years. #ThanksObama for more religious freedom tools.
The First Country to Officially Defend Christians Persecuted by ISIS
Hungary has drawn criticism for favoring Christian over Muslim refugees from Syria and Iraq.
past year come under pressure for its handling of Europe's mass migration crisis, has become the first government to open an office specifically to address the persecution of Christians
Are American Christians Really ‘Persecuted’?
If our overseas brothers and sisters say we are, then we probably are.
Still, given the terrible persecution of Christians overseas, I wonder whether it's accurate to say that American Christians are “under persecution.” When I discuss the rise in anti-Christian
Russia's Ban on Evangelism Is Now in Effect
But how strictly will it be enforced?
Requiring a permit to evangelize is “not only absurd and offensive, but also creates the basis for mass persecution of believers for violating these provisions,” read another open letter