The Worlds Most Persecuted Minority

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytdMUddGe-U

Advertisements

A looong List of Islamic Terror Groups

Imam Tawhidi, aka Imam of Peace, put together and shared this list of Islamic terrorist organisations on Twitter. I don't even think all groups are on it. To get a picture of the degree of support for them read this research paper. Al Murabitun (Africa)Al-Qaeda (Islamic Maghreb - North West Africa)Al-Shabab (Africa) Ansar Dine (Africa) … Continue reading A looong List of Islamic Terror Groups

Persecution of Christians – week 4

Two bombs went off yesterday, January 27, during mass in a church in Jolo, Philippines. 27 were killed and at least 83 were injured. The area is a stronghold of the Islamist Abu Sayyaf terror organization which support ISIS. At the same time Catholics in the Philippines are hoping that the Pope will visit them … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 4

What Islam Isn’t

This is a text adapted from Dr. Peter Hammond's book: Slavery, Terrorism and Islam: The Historical Roots and Contemporary Threat. I found it here. Islam is not a religion nor is it a cult. It is a complete system.Islam has religious, legal, political, economic and military components. The religious component is a beard for all … Continue reading What Islam Isn’t

Persecution of Christians – week 1

Africa was the deadliest continent for Catholic clergy in 2018. 40 were killed worldwide and 21 of them died in Africa (19 priests, one seminarian and one lay worker). In 2017 there were 23 Deaths so the number has risen. South Africa have been the deadlies for seven years in a row. Three of the … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 1

We Must not Talk about It

Magda Gad is a journalist from SWEDEN who has reported from the war in Syria and won The Swedish Grand Prize for Journalism as the reformer of the year in 2017. Her latest project is about AFGHANISTAN. Many of us were exited when she went to Afghanistan and by now she have been living there … Continue reading We Must not Talk about It

Persecution of Christians – week 51

During five days the Christians in the Indian province of Telangana were attacked at three different occasions. Hindu radicals physically attacked them (and some ended up in the hospital), burned Bibles and damaged a car. They didn't dare to report it to the police, but managed to have their christmas event after changing places at last … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 51

Persecution of Christians – week 50

Coptic Christian Abd Adel Bebawy was sentenced by an Egyptian court to three years in prison for “insulting Islam in the first degree” on November 27. His crime was to share an image of God, the angel Gabriel and a verse from the Quran on FB. He was arrested the next day and then a mob attacked … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 50

Islamists against Vaccination

AFGHANISTAN/NIGERIA/PAKISTAN. I had no idea that vaccination was a hot topic among Muslims, but it turns out it is. And there's a clear link to Islamistic groups. In 2011 the CIA staged a fake hepatitis vaccination campaign to find where Al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden were and after that incident there have been imams in … Continue reading Islamists against Vaccination

Persecution of Christians – week 48

Asia Bibi is still in Pakistan and haven't been able to meet two of her children in order to keep them protected. But they talk on the phone every day. The family have had to change home four times since the aquittal and family friend Joseph says: She is an incredible woman! She has kept … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 48

Persecution of Christians – week 47

Mullahs in Pakistan is said to be going house to house with Asia Bibis and her familys photographs to try to track them down. A representative from Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) says: The family have had to move from place to place to avoid detection. Sometimes they can only operate after sundown. … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 47

Persecution of Christians – week 40

Muslims in Indonesia want the laws to be more Islamic and that means that Christians get a harder time. The authorities have now closed down three churches without to giving any other reason than “administrative reasons”. Nobody knows why these churches were singled out, but for the last ten years about a thousand churches have been … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 40

Persecution of Christians – week 37

A young Pakistani Christian was attacked with acid. He had previously been attacked and tortured by the same men. The man worked as a manager at a hospital and others disliked to work under a Christian. Syric Christians in Turkey experience an increase of pressure as the state are focusing on seizing church properties. A … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 37

Students find terrorism an effective strategy

MALAYSIA. Terrorism is increasingly viewed as something acceptable if it means that you are able reach your goals. And women and children are being radicalized at a quick pace. The Malaysian Foreign Ministry published a survey where 2 000 college students have been asked about their views on terrorism. It was defined as an act … Continue reading Students find terrorism an effective strategy

Persecution of Christians – week 30

A coptic man in Egypt went to the police to report threats. The police called his family around midnight and said he had fainted (and to the media they said it was due to diabetes, but according to his family he wasn't sick). The man died at the hospital and his family noticed bruising at … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 30

Persecution of Christians – week 23

A catholic priest opened the gates to the chapel in Bethlehem, Palestina, to let tourists in, including two women who were being harassed by two men. The priest talked to the men and then of them pulled a knife and stabbed the priest. Thankfully the injury was minor. A group of christian preachers in Uganda … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 23

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 Persecution of Christians – week 19

ISIS Threatens the World Cup

Russias security services are on high alert after threats from ISIS where they order their followers to kill them all, supporters and players alike, during the World Cup. It's estimated that more than four hundred hardcore ISIS-members have returned to Russia and that they are hungry for revenge on Russia after it's involvement in Syria. … Continue reading ISIS Threatens the World Cup