News Posts

Muslims Kill 31 Christians In Nigeria

Oct 24th, 2014 | By
Pastor Caleb Ahema, Nigeria.

Armed Muslim extremists stormed two churches in Taraba state on Sunday (Oct. 19) and killed 31 people as they worshipped, a church leader said. Two pastors, one pastor’s son, and 28 other Christians were slain in the attacks in the villages of Gindin Waya and Sondi, said the Rev. Caleb Ahema, president of the Christian Reformed Church of Christ in Nigeria. Ahema said the onslaught was the seventh attack on Christian communities in Wukari Local Government Area since February.


Religious Freedom Dying At Altar Of Political Correctness

Oct 23rd, 2014 | By
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY).

Consenting adults of a religious persuasion should not have their ideas monitored. Religious beliefs cannot and should not be trumped by political correctness. No law should prevent religious people from coming together and discussing what they believe to be right and wrong. Dissent may well be the foremost of freedoms necessary to restrain despotism. Foremost among these freedoms—mentioned specifically in the amendment, and even before speech—is the free exercise of religion.


Islamic State Massacres Hundreds Of Tribesman Who Had Agreed To Truce With Them

Oct 22nd, 2014 | By

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Saturday that Islamic State jihadists have killed more than 700 members of a tribe in eastern Syria in two weeks. Among the members of the Shaitat tribe killed were 100 fighters, but the rest were civilians. Fighting between the jihadists and the Sunni Muslim tribe erupted in the oil-rich province after a deal between the two sides collapsed, with the tribe refusing to bow to IS control.


Syrian Refugees Flee To Safety In Jordan

Oct 21st, 2014 | By

It feels like an open prison, this camp in the desert a half-hour’s drive from the nearest town. White metal sheds line the horizon, warehousing about 15,000 Syrian refugees in rows of bedroom-sized boxes. Days here consist of chores and memories — dragging jugs of water through rocky streets, walking to the distant, overpriced grocery, recalling green countryside and lost family.


Kobani Fighting Sends 400,000 Refugees Into Turkey

Oct 20th, 2014 | By
Kobani refugees seeking to escape ISIS genocide.

The offensive by Islamic State militants against the northern Syrian city of Kobani has caused hundreds of thousands of residents to flee to Turkey. They receive help from Turkish authorities and individuals, but say much more is needed.


Islamic State Declares Christians To Be #1 Enemy

Oct 16th, 2014 | By
America's allies in Syria with the black flag of al-Qaeda

According to some Islamic traditions, the founder of Islam Mohammed predicted that the occupation of the three cities of Istanbul, Jerusalem and Rome pave the way for the appearance of the Mahdi, the Islamic Messiah.


Saudi Arabia Sentences Outspoken Shiite Cleric To Death

Oct 15th, 2014 | By
President Obama bows before the tyrant monster who rules Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia is one of the most ruthless Islamic countries in the world. It permits no Christian churches or other religions, and has helped fund Islamic terrorist groups around the globe. It also funds the establishment of Wahhabist mosques in the U.S. as part of what Islamists call “civilization jihad” against the West.


Lesbian Mayor Of Houston Seeks Pastor’s Sermons

Oct 14th, 2014 | By

“City council members are supposed to be public servants, not ‘Big Brother’ overlords who will tolerate no dissent or challenge,” said ADF Senior Legal Counsel Erik Stanley. “In this case, they have embarked upon a witch-hunt, and we are asking the court to put a stop to it.”


Kentucky Judge To Force Christian Business Owner To Print Pro-Homosexual T-Shirts

Oct 9th, 2014 | By
Homosexuals are trying to drive a Christian employer out of business.

A judge in Kentucky has just ordered that Blaine Adamson, the Christian business owner of Hands On Originals must print pro-homosexual T-shirts – even though this order violates the religious liberty of the owner. The judge claims that Adamson’s refusal to print the T-shirts constitutes “unlawful discrimination” and is illegal.


Franciscian Priest & Christian Villages Kidnapped By Al Nusra Terrorists

Oct 8th, 2014 | By
Franciscan Priest Hanna Jallouf.

Al Nusra terrorists operating in Syria have just kidnapped a priest and numerous Christian villagers. Al Nusra is one of the groups being supported by Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Turkey  – and would have received massive military aid from the U.S. as well if there had not been resistance in Congress.