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Coptic Woman ‘Martyred for the Cross’ — ‘Body Torn’

Coptic Woman ‘Martyred for the Cross’ — ‘Body Torn’

On his Twitter account, Coptic Bishop Raphaeil, who also serves as Secretary of the Holy Synod of the Coptic Christian Church, just wrote:

Oh how lucky you are, Mary, you who are beloved of Christ.  They tore your body because of the Cross.  Yet they offered you the greatest service and ...

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Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Supporters Attack Church, Four Dead

Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Supporters Attack Church, Four Dead

Among other forms of "retaliatory terrorism," some 80 Christian churches were attacked in Egypt immediately after the June 30 Revolution, which saw the ousting of Muslim Brotherhood president Morsi.

And now that Egypt has sentenced to death hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood supporters for the ...

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Man’s Inhumanity to Man: Cannibalism in China

Man’s Inhumanity to Man: Cannibalism in China

I remember the story of the Uruguayan air force flight 571 that crashed in the Andes in 1972 with 45 people on board and the 16 survivors who cannibalized the snow-preserved dead in order to survive. Humanity recoiled in horror.

Holomodor: Extermination by Hunger

During the 1932-1933 Russian ...

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Attacks in Nigeria Claim Over 150 Lives

Attacks in Nigeria Claim Over 150 Lives

On Friday, March 14, gunmen raided three villages in Kaduna state in central Nigeria, killing at least 114 people. Around 35 additional people were gunned down in attacks on several villages Sunday afternoon in Taraba state; a Catholic church was also targeted.

The Fulani, a predominantly Muslim ...

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The Double-Edged Sword of Jihad

The Double-Edged Sword of Jihad

Islamic nations are again learning that the jihad is a volatile instrument of war that can easily backfire on those who preach it; that “holy war” is hardly limited to fighting and subjugating “infidels”—whether the West in general, Israel in particular, or the millions of non-Muslim minorities ...

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Muslim Gunmen in Nigeria Kill 16 Christians, Destroy Numerous Homes

Muslim Gunmen in Nigeria Kill 16 Christians, Destroy Numerous Homes

Suspected Fulani herdsmen attack communities in Plateau state.

JOS, Nigeria (Morning Star News) – Armed gunmen believed to be Muslim Fulani herdsmen yesterday and early today attacked a cluster of villages in Plateau state, killing 16 Christians and destroying numerous homes, Christian leaders ...

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Why Are Christians the World’s Most Persecuted Group?

Why Are Christians the World’s Most Persecuted Group?

Why are Christians, as a new Pew report documents, the most persecuted religious group in the world?  And why is their persecution occurring primarily throughout the Islamic world?  (In the category on “Countries with Very High Government Restrictions on Religion,” Pew lists 24 ...

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100% rise in Palestinian "family honor" killings

PA law protects murderers of women and girls killed for so-called "family honor"

Abbas has repeatedly pledged to change the leniency clause for "family honor" killings in PA law

Abbas has still not fulfilled his promise and "honor killings" have doubled

PLO Executive Committee member Ashrawi: Claiming ...

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Christians Fight for Middle East Religious Freedom Watchdog

Christians Fight for Middle East Religious Freedom Watchdog

Global persecution of Christians, especially in the Muslim world, is one of the most overlooked human rights disasters of the 21stcentury. Christian activists are demanding that the State Department add a new envoy for religious minorities in the Middle East, but their campaign is stymied by those ...

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