Some radical Muslims in attendance also broke the motorcycle of the Christians and tore up their Bibles. The event was organized by Muslims.
The victory of the Freedom Party shocks the European scenario. While traditional Christian parties suffer losses, “it is no secret that some believers love Wilders”, says journalist Evert Van Vlastuin.
The European Evangelical Alliance publishes two calls to action amidst the rising tensions in the context of the Israel-Gaza war.
The official report includes a guide with the most common mistakes and proposals to avoid them.
As the situation in the Holy Land intensifies, the European Evangelical Alliance invites the Church to pray together.
After a pro-Palestinian demonstration, radicals intimidated Jewish shopkeepers and police officers had to be deployed.
Many European Christians are susceptible to becoming more Islamophobic after Islamic terrorist attacks. They have voted for extreme right-wing populist parties focusing on the perceived threat of the Islamisation of Europe.
It is not a question of a siege of Gaza, nor of the collapse of the two-state solution. It is about the existence of Israel in a territory which Hamas claims belongs entirely to Islam
Reactions from evangelical Christians in France, UK, Spain, Germany, and the European Evangelical Alliance.
Two Christians explain how they are experiencing the outbreak of war. “It is impossible not to think about God and how He may be guiding these events”, says Andrés from Tel Aviv.
An event on the Manipur violence in India organised by the World Evangelical Alliance at the UN in Geneva gets worldwide attention.
The contrast of the Old Testament’s Cherem wars with the Quran’s ideology of Jihad is striking. This will help understand the current debate in Sweden – and elsewhere.
Christians are against desecrating holy books, says Olof Edsinger, leader of the Swedish Evangelical Alliance. But “something is terribly wrong when totalitarian regimes are trying to force us to abandon our hard-won human rights”, he adds.
The church’s worship was previously disrupted in May, when at least 40 Muslims stopped the midday service at the café.
The few religious references of the four main parties standing for election on 23 July show distinct differences in their approach to religion.
Attackers entered the worship place, smashed windows, destroyed the prayer room, and wrote the message: “The last prophet was Mohamed”.
Hope for Sudan is a collection of daily radio programs, designed to help Sudanese people understand God’s plan for their lives.
The response to the earthquakes and the restriction of human rights such as religious freedom may play against the powerful president.
Noah and Matteo were the most chosen for new-borns in 2022. In Berlin, the number one was Mohammed.
The suspect sought Allah’s reward, source says.
On 25 February, the most populated country of Africa elects its new president. A Christian university lecturer in northen Nigeria analyses the socio-political scenario.
A large majority refuses the initiative of the AfD party saying it would criminalise Muslims and is based on “wrong” data.
Not everyone is able to worship with the same freedom in the country hosting the 2022 football World Cup. Open Doors UK and Ireland asked believers in Doha.
“This must be the beginning of the police doing more to protect Christian freedoms and free speech”, said Hatun Tash who was arrested twice while debating Islamists in Hyde Park.
“If Christians cannot meet in their homes, where should they meet to worship?”, asks the Spanish the Spanish Evangelical Alliance.