Persecution of Christians – week 3

The World Watch List 2019 were released this week. It shows that 245 million Christians are persecuted in the world, which makes them the biggest group that are victims of persecution. Asia is the worst place to be Christian and one in three live under high persecution. You find links to articles that break down... Continue Reading →

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Persecution of Christians – week 2

In November 82-year old Märta in Sweden took a taxi home from the doctor, but the Muslim driver stopped in the middle of nowhere and ordered her to leave the cab. According to the driver Märta had said hostile things about Islam, but Märta denies this and say that he wanted her to leave after... Continue Reading →

A Kenyan on why Somalis should return Home

This is a very interesting interview by Joshua Winston on Jihad Watch. The only narrative that we ever hear is about the war in Somalia, not how people in the bordering countries experience them. Paris Thank you! I am from Kenya and currently reside here. I say let these Africans, and Somalis in particular, return... Continue Reading →

Persecution of Christians – week 39

Abdel lives in the Middle East and when he converted to Christianity he couldn't get a job so his parents initially help him with his bills. But his mother came to him with a checkbook and a burial shroud wanting him to choose between Islam or death. Two months later Abdel was kidnapped by a... Continue Reading →

Persecutions of Christians – week 38

42 persons, mainly women returning to their farms, were hacked to death with machetes by Islamist rebels during 4-5 September. This happened in the Bria region in the Central African Republic where the majority is Christian. Other things that happens regularly is armed robberies, kidnappings and other type of attacks against civilians. Christian citizens is... Continue Reading →

Persecution of Christians – week 19

Uttarakhand is the seventh state in India to hold an anti-conversion law. The idea of such a law is originally to stop forced conversions, but they are often used to hinder the movement and growth of the christian community. Needing permission from the state to change your religion makes it very hard to read or... Continue Reading →

Rape in Somalia

SOMALIA. In 2016 Somalia got their very first Sexual Offences Act which mean that rape is illegal now. Here in Sweden we got the first law against rape 1734 and the punishment was death which means that they are a bit behind us on the feministic agenda. But still many claim that there is no... Continue Reading →

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