A group moved to Germany without permission. Interior Minister says the refugees abused Czech solidarity and announces tougher measures.
Local church members “invite refugees to their homes, let their children get to know their children, show them where to get a discount on children’s clothes.”
“This is the closest language to mean ‘genocide’ without using that terminology”, says EEA representative in Brussels Christel Lamère Ngnambi.
“We can be the voice of those who cannot cry out by themselves”, the Director of Open Doors Spain says in an interview. “Nigeria is the country where most people have died because of their faith.”
North Korea is still the most difficult place in the world to be a Christian, according to new report by Open Doors. Jihadism, Hindu and Buddhist extremism are the greatest sources of persecution.
Iraq’s Christian community is opposing a new law forcing children to become Muslims if their father converts to Islam or their mother marries a Muslim.
Christianity is in danger of ceasing to be a global faith as increasing numbers of its followers flee violence and persecution across the Middle East and Africa, new report says.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair says he doesn't regret bringing down dictator Saddam Hussein, but admits partial responsibility for Daesh (ISIS) rise.
A committee of the security forces will collect information and provide practical measures regarding the violence and abuse suffered by Christians in Iraq.
The boys, believed to be under the age of 18, were killed in Syria and their bodies displayed with placards hung around their necks announcing their “crime".
Despotic rulers may do as they please, they may acquire great wealth and power; but they will all come to an end.
Christianity was born in Bethlehem, in what's now the West Bank. Places like Qatar and Bahrain have seen their Christian ranks surge from basically nothing a century ago to 10% and 13% of their respective populations.
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