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Norway-Based Former Jihadi Leader Mullah Fateh Krekar: All The World’s Powers Combined Cannot Overcome The Ideas Of The Islamic State

Mar 9th, 2017 | By

  Mullah Fateh Krekar, former founder and leader of the Sunni terrorist group Ansar Al-Islam, said that “all the world’s powers combined” cannot beat the ideology of the Islamic State organization. Mullah Krekar, whose original name is Najmaddin Faraj Ahmad, arrived in Norway in 1991 as a refugee and has been living there since. In

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Trump’s Revised Refugee Ban Doesn’t Prioritize Persecuted Christians

Mar 7th, 2017 | By

Christians wishing to flee the Middle East in search of asylum will not take first priority under the updated version of President Trump’s executive order on travel and refugees, which was signed Monday morning. The new executive order does away with language about explicitly prioritizing religious minorities and loosens initial limits on who’s allowed to

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Tunisian Authorities Promise to Rebuild Christian Cemetery

Mar 7th, 2017 | By

Tunisian authorities have promised to restore a Christian cemetery that has been abandoned since the 2011 revolution and become a target of tomb-raiders. The governor, Omar Mansour, had visited the cemetery and saw that around 20 tombs had been opened and a part of the cemetery wall was destroyed. He ordered measures to protect the

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Armenian Bishop Armash Nalbandian: Countries Supporting the Turkish Criminals in Syria Bear Responsibility for Genocide

Mar 6th, 2017 | By

Bishop Armash Nalbandian, Primate of the Armenian Church of Damascus, accused Turkey of giving militants in Syria instructions “to target Armenian places, churches, and schools, and to target the very identity of the Armenians.” Bishop Nalbandian, speaking on the Egyptian ON TV channel on January 28, said that a new genocide was taking place in

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258 Coptic Christians Flee al-Arish

Mar 6th, 2017 | By

The Social Solidarity Directorate in North Sinai reported on Sunday that 258 Coptic Christian families have left al-Arish city for 13 different governorates. Monier Abul-Khair, the head of the directorate, said in a statement that the displaced families have relocated to Cairo, Ismailia, Port Said, Dakahlia, Assiut, Minya, Qaliubiya, Sohag, Giza, Fayoum, Beni Suef, Sharqiya,

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Rise of Islamic Extremism Creates Concern in the Philippines

Mar 6th, 2017 | By

Christians in the Philippines are concerned over the rise of Islamic extremism in the country. World Watch Monitor sat down with a local church leader and he told them about a meeting of around 3,000 Islamists on one island. “The villagers – Christian or not – are all in fear. At night, the Islamists coerce

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Everything You Need To Know About ISIS and The Uighur Threat Against Chinese

Mar 3rd, 2017 | By

The first Islamic State group threat against China has been made, according to jihadist tracking experts. A 30-minute video published by an ISIS group in Iraq Monday included soldiers from China’s Uighur minority group killing a purported informant. Uighur people have mainly lived in the autonomous Xinjiang region in China, where nearly 10 million of

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Compassion International May Be Forced Out of India

Mar 2nd, 2017 | By

Compassion International, a Christian nongovernmental organization that provides aid to over 145,000 impoverished children in India, has three weeks left in the country unless officials give it a reprieve. Stephen Oakley, the group’s senior vice president and general counsel, told the US House Foreign Affairs Committee that the organization has “simply run out of funds.”

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Amnesty Claims Egypt Failed to Protect Christians

Mar 2nd, 2017 | By

Amnesty International, a London-based rights group, has accused the Egyptian government of failing to protect the hundreds of Coptic Christians who fled their homes in northern Sinai after a series of attacks and threats by ISIS militants. On Wednesday, the group claimed the Egyptian government’s response fits with a pattern of failing to protect the

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Nigeria’s Forgotten Persecuted Christians

Feb 22nd, 2017 | By

Every day, Christians in Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country, face persecution because of their faith. Not only are they targeted by their Muslim neighbors, but also by a government that continuously chooses to look the other way while such persecution occurs. Journalist Douglas Murray sat down with a Nigerian Christian woman named Deborah, 31, who

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