Festivals of fear – why Ramadan and Easter can be times of fear and isolation for persecuted Christians

Apr 15, 2022 by

from Open Doors UK and Ireland, Christian Today: For Muslims around the world, Ramadan is a time of togetherness. However, for many Christians around the world, it can be a time of anxiety, loneliness, or even danger – especially if they...

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Islamism, not social media, killed David Amess

Apr 12, 2022 by

by Stephen Daisley, Artillery Row: Why won’t MPs and ministers speak frankly about the motives for his murder? Ali Harbi Ali’s explanation for killing David Amess is not only icily matter-of-fact but highly inconvenient. Ali, on trial at...

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Wave of expulsions shakes Turkey’s tiny Protestant community

Mar 28, 2022 by

by Sibel Hurtas, Al-Monitor: Dozens of foreign Protestant missionaries have been forced to leave Turkey based on intelligence reports classifying them as security risks. Nearly 200 foreign Protestant clergy and their families, including...

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Migrants Desecrate More Than 2,000 Churches Just in Greece

Feb 27, 2022 by

by Raymond Ibrahim, Gatestone Institute: According to a new report published by Greece’s Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs, there were 2,339 incidents of church desecrations in the country between 2015 and 2020, when tiny...

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Saint-Sulpice Church Embraces Jihadi Mosque

Feb 16, 2022 by

by Jules Gomes, Church Militant: Paris’ largest Catholic church has welcomed Muslims from an extremist mosque owing allegiance to a radical Islamic sect banned by Saudi Arabia and under investigation by European intelligence...

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Surprise, surprise! Next BBC Religion Editor is yet another Muslim

Feb 14, 2022 by

by Dr Campbell Campbell-Jack, TCW: WHAT would any outside observer think of a company which after a ‘competitive recruitment process’ continually appointed individuals from the same socio/cultural/religious grouping? Is it possible to...

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