Category Archives: Islam’s Persecution Of Christians

State Department Lawyers are Scrubbing References to ISIS Genocide of Christians

In March 2016 Secretary of State John Kerry officially declared ISIS guilty of waging genocide against Christians and other religious minority groups in the Middle East and Africa. The declaration was made after careful consideration of the facts on the ground and after a number of human rights organizations presented the Obama administration with irrefutable evidence the terrorist organization actively engaged in genocide. 

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Greece: Muslim refugees terrifying and driving out Christians

Several clashes have broken out in recent days at Lesbos Island’s Moria Camp for refugees, with Greek authorities arresting 35 Muslim rioters who threw large rocks at police officers and set fire to tents both inside and outside the bounds of the camp. A disabled Christian was nearly burnt alive while sleeping in one of the shelters, reports Pakistan Christian Post.

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Is There Life After ISIS?

Rita is a 24-year old Christian woman from Telskuf, Iraq. Prior to Islamic State’s control of the area, some 10,000 people lived in Telskuf, making it one of the largest Christian villages in the country. The village was primarily Chaldean Catholic.

Today just 2,500 still reside there. The vast majority fled the country.

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Germany: Man Wearing Cross Beaten by Migrant Gang

The German media and political establishment have always been reluctant to admit the inherent Jew-hatred within the country’s growing Muslim population. But the gangs that once targeted Germany’s tiny Jewish population are now taking aim at the country’s majority Christian population as well.

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Iran Sentences Four Christians to Prison for Ten Years Each

As part of a series of raids by security service agents on Christian homes, Pastor Nadarkhani, along with Mohammadreza Omidi, Yasser Mossayebzadeh and Saheb Fadaie were arrested in their homes in largest city on Iran’s Caspian Sea coast, Rasht.

The men were summoned to the 26th Chamber of the Revolutionary Tribunal in June, where their church was accused by presiding Judge Ahmadzadeh, of receiving £500,000 per year from the British government, and that they would receive a verdict within 20 days.

Nadarkhani and the other non-Trinatarian defendants were accused of hosting house churches, promoting Zionist Christianity, unlawful gathering, propaganda against the regime, and violating national security by promoting Christianity.

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Eritrea: 2 month old baby among some 20 Christian children arrested by Muslims

Mass Arrests of Christians in Eritrea as Patriarch Marks 10 Years in Detention

“Twelve children were arrested with their parents, and some parents were forced to leave their underage children unattended.”

Children who are too young to be separated from their mothers face being brought up in jail unless their parents are released. They include a two-month old baby.

Eritrea vigil in London on May 17 2017

Islam is a hate crime.

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Mosques must appoint British-born imams with good English, report concludes

Imams were told they must take a “stronger stance” against persecution of others, including against anti-Semitism, Christian persecution and other branches of Islam.

Stage 1: “Islam means peace”

Stage 2: “We can make Islam non-violent”

Stage 3: “La ilaha illa Allah, Muhammad rasoolu Allah.”

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The last hours of a Christian sanitary worker in Pakistan

Irfan Masih was clearing a blocked sewer in Pakistan’s Sindh Province when he was overcome by toxic fumes. The 30-year-old, who is Christian, died in hospital. His family say that doctors initially refused to treat him and allege he is a victim of growing discrimination from the Muslim majority.

When Irfan Masih was sent with two colleagues to clear a sewer that had been blocked for four months on Chhor road in Umarkot town, he could not have foreseen that his life was about to end.

His cousin Pervez, a sanitary worker like Irfan, said he was heading to work on 1 June when he heard about the incident.

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Christian Convert Faces Death-Sentence Deportation from Sweden to Iran

An Iranian actress who left Islam for Christianity has twice been denied asylum in Sweden and could be sent back to Iran where the penalty for conversion includes death.

Aideen Strandsson told CBN News she secretly converted to Christianity while still living in Iran.

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