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Mideast Christians See Russia—not the US—as Defender of Their Faith
Perplexed by America on Syria, Russian evangelicals and Middle East Christians debate if Moscow really cares.
“The news tells us two-thirds of respondents support greater Russian involvement in the Middle East, compared to Syria or Iraq, only 35 percent of respondents viewed Russia positively
For the First Time, Russia Ranked Among Worst Violators of Religious Freedom
USCIRF annual report expands countries of particular concern.
its problematic policies, from the “persecution of religious and sectarian violence in the Middle East; Threat of Tags: Religious Freedom|Russia| US Commissionon International Religious
You Can Debate Franklin Graham on Martyrs, But Not the World’s Persecution Problem
DC summit rallies victims and advocates from 130 nations, including Vice President Pence.
in Defense of Christians, reports Religion News Service. region still falls far below the Middle East–North Africa. extensively reports on religious freedom and persecution, including how
13 Million Flee Religion-Linked Conflicts WorldwideSubscriber Access Only
Federal agency calls for US to resettle at least 100,000 refugees per year.
13 Million Flee Religion-Linked Conflicts Worldwide. International.
It's Official: Terrorists Are Now the Persecuted Church's Greatest ThreatSubscriber Access Only
State Department releases latest report on religious freedom in nearly 200 countries.
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Is This the End for Mideast Christianity?Subscriber Access Only
For Mideast Christians, 2014 has been a year of bloody disaster. Are these churches on the edge of extinction?
nascent Islamic State (ISIS or ISIL in news reports) has such activity is clandestine, for fear of arousing persecution. the dreadful situation facing Christians elsewhere in the Middle East.
The World's Top Church-Destroying CountriesSubscriber Access Only
A few countries give China, where a campaign to de-Christianize city skylines continues, some competition.
damage to religious property occurs most often in the Middle East and North months of November 2012 and March 2014, the persecution watchdog found 37 and Russia does not rank.
Pew: Religious Hostility Reaches Six-Year High WorldwideSubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) An update on the groundbreaking global quantification of religious freedom by the Pew Research Center.
Government restrictions increased in Middle East-North Africa and 50 nations with the greatest persecution of Christians. The only exceptions were Russia (government restrictions and
'I Have Embraced Islam and Say the Word Allah'Subscriber Access Only
Forced conversion to Islam trickles into the news. Plus: W.V. school dispute keeps going, WSJ highlights Purpose Driven criticism, reading this Weblog may make you fat, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Brigid's Church in the East Village (The New York Times thrusts pharmacists—more than ever—into the middle of the November election on two fronts (Rocky Mountain News, Denver);
Korean Christians Plan to Sue over Afghanistan ExpulsionSubscriber Access Only
Plus: The latest on Christians in Lebanon, the Mel Gibson story keeps on going, Awana and Navigators join Michael J. Fox in suit, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Here's another statistic: Catholic persecution watchdog site AsiaNews.it reports crave explanations for wars in the Middle East and madness (Bill Blakemore, ABC News). Slurring more
Bethlehem Prepares for Dour ChristmasSubscriber Access Only
"Tons more on Christmas, the lies of Da Vinci, State Department's religious freedom report, Christian video games, and hundreds of stories from online sources around the world"
Michael's family was singled out for special persecution in Iraq. Mor Ignatius Zakka I. (Gulf Daily News, Bahrain television service for Christians of the Middle East." (Philadelphia Inquirer
God Shook My World at an EDM Concert
God Shook My World at an EDM Concert
I was rolling on Ecstasy when the scales suddenly fell from my eyes.
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