The Hijab Debate

SWEDEN. I truly welcome every article, blogpost and tweet that question the hijab and in particular when it comes to children wearing it. There's a lot of Somali immigrants where I live so, unfortunately, I've grown accustomed to seeing girls under the age of ten wearing the hijab. I've even seen some cases of 2-3… Continue reading The Hijab Debate

30 Christians Arrested in Eritrea

ERITREA. On June 3 30 Christians were arrested in three nondenominational churches in Asmara. Pentecostal Christians were targeted in a raid as they were praying together. Since they aren't recogniced by the government they are particularly concentrated on by the police who raid their homes and churches. The arrested individuals are said to be freed… Continue reading 30 Christians Arrested in Eritrea

Catholic Clinics Forced to Close in Eritrea

ERITREA. The Eritrean government are closing down all Catholic run health facilities in the country according to the Catholic bishop in the country. The Catholic health facilities that have been closed are three hospitals, two health centres and 16 clinics together serving 170 000 persons every year. The government security officers have removed the staff… Continue reading Catholic Clinics Forced to Close in Eritrea

A Miracle?

It doesn't take much for something to be considered a miracle in Islam. When it comes to the Catholic Church there's certain criteria that have to be met. In Islam a miracle seems to be anything that's slightly extraordinary. Watch Islam Critiqued as he makes fin of this: https://youtu.be/cacUh91n8cA

All Must Celebrate!

PRIDE. Have you noticed how the LGBT-movement have gone from Please Don't Opress Us to You Must Celebrate us? I was dragged into a twitter quarrel once after commenting on how a TV-show on SVT brought up Pride again and again, even when it wasn't relevant. Imagine if they had done the same thing with… Continue reading All Must Celebrate!

Persecution against Christians x 3

There are new information about the church attack in Burkina Faso in which six people were killed. The congregation in Sirgadji village got the "choice" to convert to Islam at gunpoint. When the Christians refused they were shot behind the church. Forced conversion are in line with how Muhammed acted, this wonderful example of kindness… Continue reading Persecution against Christians x 3

Cardinal Sarah: A Voice of Reason

In a new interview in Valeurs Actuelles Cardinal Robert Sarah talk about massimmigration and his opinion is the opposite of Pope Francis. And as he says himself: My country is predominantly Muslim. I think I know what reality I'm talking about.85% Muslim, 7% Christian, 7% indigenous beliefs The cardinal sees mass migration as a “new… Continue reading Cardinal Sarah: A Voice of Reason

Christians Mistreated for Their Faith

SWEDEN. Let's get personal. As a Catholic in Sweden I'm a minority (yey, victimhood-status!) and so are my children. Most doesn't care a bit about that more than that Christians might be considered a bit kookey. But when my kid read about Catholicism in religion-class in school the teacher mentioned that it used to be… Continue reading Christians Mistreated for Their Faith

Study Epidemic Islamophobia this Summer

USA. The Catholic Theological Union in Chicago will be having a summer course called Islam, Muslims & Islamophobia: A Catholic Response aimed to improve Muslim-Christian relations.  The teacher who will be teaching the course is Scott C. Alexander who describes himself as a scholar-activist. A leftist teacher?! Who would've thought! His aim is to build… Continue reading Study Epidemic Islamophobia this Summer

Persecution of Christians – week 8

A church from the 1100s in Falköping, Sweden, was scrawled on. It was swastikas, the cross of St. Peter and the words Die Jew and Hitler. If the culprits are Nazis: why not go down to the mosque then? Do they expect to insult Jews in a Church? On February 11 a man by the… Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 8