Posts Tagged ‘ refugee ’

ISIS Creating Fake Passports, FBI Confirms

Dec 14th, 2015 | By

ISIS Creating Fake Passports, FBI Confirms ISIS-issued false passport WASHINGTON – The FBI and members of Congress confirm ISIS has been creating high-quality, fake passports for travel to Europe, the U.S. and many other countries who have already been dispersed to their destinations. “It’s very scary,” Northeastern University professor Max Abrahms said of reports the

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Al-Qaida Terror Boss Caught On Migrant Boat

Nov 10th, 2015 | By

Tunisian Ben Nasr Mehdi was discovered Oct. 4 attempting to infiltrate Italy on a boat with 200 other migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea Warnings about terrorists infiltrating the ranks of the Muslim boat people washing ashore daily on Europe’s beaches are no longer just warnings. For the second time in the past few months, a known…



Fortenberry Calls On White House To Direct Assistance To Persecuted Christians

Jun 18th, 2015 | By

“Christianity in the Middle East is shattered. ISIL’s genocidal campaign of religious cleansing has placed horrific pressure on the region’s ancient Christian communities and other faith minorities. Christians have a claim as much as anyone to live in their ancestral homelands. The United States can come to their aid by providing humanitarian assistance, special refugee status for victims, and empowering them to defend themselves.



Young Sudanese Refugee Cast Out Of Home For Leaving Islam

May 5th, 2015 | By

First an 18-year-old Sudanese Muslim became a refugee from Sudan’s war-torn South Kordofan state; then he received Christ and became a refugee from his family. Kuku (full name withheld) and his family, ethnic Nuba from the Kauda area, arrived at Yida refugee camp in South Sudan in 2011, shortly after military conflict broke out in South Kordofan. The Sudanese Air Force has routinely bombed civilian targets in its battle with area rebels.



Syrian Christian family marks Christmas far from home

Dec 29th, 2013 | By

Like many Syrian Christian refugees, Bassam Qaloumi and his family, from the ancient Christian village of Maaloula, are celebrating Christmas this year in Lebanon, clinging to the hope that one day they’ll return home.