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September 16, 2014
“In the Middle East and in Africa, silence is not ‘golden’ anymore. Silence is full of blood.”
June 30, 2014
Foley Beach of the Anglican Church in North America’s Diocese of the South was elected in a bishops’ conclave to succeed Archbishop Robert Duncan.
May 30, 2014
Don’t sleep in on Saturday morning! Grab a cup of coffee and join hundreds of fellow believers around the U.S. in the 5/31 TOGETHER FOR THE PERSECUTED CHURCH National Conference Call/Prayer Summit for the persecuted church around the world.
May 19, 2014
U.S. Islamists are working hard to cleanse the semantics of the media so the Islamist ideology of Boko Haram isn’t a topic of scrutiny.
May 9, 2014
Forty American Anglican (U.S.) bishops, as well as the Most Rev. Robert Duncan, the Archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America, have signed on to a Pledge of Solidarity & Call to Action on behalf of Christians and Other Small Religious Communities in Egypt, Iraq, and Syria. The Anglican bishops represented the largest single group to declare their solidarity with the persecuted in these three beleaguered nations.
May 7, 2014
Every year, hundreds of Christian and Hindu girls in Pakistan are targeted at a young age, kidnapped and forced to convert to Islam.
April 30, 2014
This follows sharia doctrine that says Christianity’s ultimate elimination will be carried out by Jesus,who is really an Islamist.
April 23, 2014
Mohamed Elibiary is openly pro-Muslim Brotherhood. He takes issue with the Copts support for El-Sisi, calling it ‘immoral.’
April 20, 2014
For many Christians around the world, Good Friday is always present. But even those who live with oppression, hunger, imprisonment, torture, and death know in their hearts the reality that they are Easter People, and “Alleluia” is their song.
March 29, 2014
Two factors lie behind the abuse of Christian girls in Egypt, according to a study: Societal misogyny and Islamist indoctrination.
December 27, 2013
The Egyptian government formally labeled the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group on Christmas, banning all of its activities including protests. The Obama Administration, advised by Brotherhood-friendly groups in the U.S., is unlikely to follow in Egypt’s footsteps in calling a spade a spade.