From Bad to Worse for Christians

The corona virus is affecting the entire world, but the persecuted Christians have it even worse than before. Christians are at the very bottom of the social hierarchy in many countries and are seen as traitors or infidels. When a crisis strike they are the most likely to get discriminated and the last who gets... Continue Reading →

World Watch List 2020

Open Doors released their World Watch List 2020 today and it's, as usual, a very interesting read. Christians are the biggest persecuted group in the world and it's increasing. As many as 260 million Christians in 50 countries are subjected to high or extreme persecution. Another fifty million in 23 countries outside the top 50... Continue Reading →

Life for Christians in Iran

IRAN. Many are praising Qasem Soleimani and even implying that Iran itself isn't an oppressive dictature, but equal to other countries and therefore deserve the same respect. People like that doesn't know anything about Iran. Out of Irans population of 80 million people about 117 000 to 3 million are Christian, but even though they... Continue Reading →

Christians Choose Muslim Names

PAKISTAN. All who have met a child know that they are naive and clueless. They say and do what they want without understanding how it may be interpreted by others and that's often adorable. But not when you live under Islamic opression. Christians face widespread discrimination and instances of outright persecution in Pakistan, which is... Continue Reading →

Almost A Hundred Christians Murdered

MALI. During the month of June nearly a hundred Christians were killed by Muslims in Mali. A village in Sobame Da, where most of the residents were Christian, was attacked by Fulani Militia who burned houses and killed at least 95 men, women and children. That's one out of three inhabitants in the village and... Continue Reading →

The Sri Lanka Tragedy

SRI LANKA. The day of celebrating the ressurected Christ turned into death and pain: 290 dead and 500 injured. Little is known of the suicide bombers, but the names of a few of them. Muslim names. Rumours of connections to the militant Islamist organisation NTJ (National Thowheeth Jama’ath). The attacks is said to remind of... Continue Reading →

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