Category Archives: Islam’s Persecution Of Christians

Minnesota: Christian Pastor Arrested at Mall of America Faces Hearing and Trial After Talking to Muslims

Ramin Parsa, an ex-Muslim Christian pastor who was stabbed in Iran, imprisoned in Turkey, and then arrested in the Mall of America for sharing his testimony with interested Muslim women, faces a settlement conference in March and likely a trial in April. The state of Minnesota has continued to prosecute his case, even though the Mall of America was wrong to accuse him of trespassing in the first place.

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Philippines: Christians Slaughtered, Churches Bombed

On Sunday, January 27, extremist Muslims bombed a Catholic cathedral during Mass in the Philippines. At least 20 people were killed and 111 wounded.

At 8:45 am, two explosives were detonated about a minute apart in or near the Cathedral of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Jolo.

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“Recant Christianity or Face the Sword”: Muslim Persecution of Christians, 2018

Egypt: On November 2, heavily armed Islamic terrorists ambushed and massacred Christians returning home after visiting the ancient St. Samuel Monastery in Minya. Seven pilgrims—including a 12-year-old girl and a 15-year-old boy—were shot to death. More than 20 others were left injured, with bullet wounds or shards of broken glass from the buses’ windows. “I pray for the victims, pilgrims killed just because they were Christian,” Pope Francis said after the attack.

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Asia Bibi case: Christian woman jailed for blasphemy allegedly free to leave Pakistan after supreme court ruling – on way to Canada?

Pakistan’s supreme court has upheld its decision to acquit Asia Bibi, a Christian woman who spent eight years on death row over blasphemy charges, meaning she is now free to leave the country and seek asylum in Canada.

Ms Bibi’s case became a totemic cause for fundamentalist preachers in Pakistan, after she was accused of insulting the prophet Muhammad during an argument with two Muslim women. She strongly denied the allegation.

Her conviction and death sentence were thrown out by the supreme court in October, which cited a complete lack of evidence. The decision sparked protests across the country.

If she makes it to Canada it will be one of the few decent things done by the Liberal government. Now she only has to worry about the Islamists imported to Canada.

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“We Will Teach You a Lesson”: Extremist Persecution of Christians, November 2018

Egypt: On November 2, heavily armed Islamic terrorists ambushed and massacred Christians returning home after visiting the ancient St. Samuel Monastery in Minya. Seven pilgrims—including a 12-year-old girl and a 15-year-old boy—were shot to death. More than 20 others were left injured, with bullet wounds or shards of broken glass from the buses’ windows. “I pray for the victims, pilgrims killed just because they were Christian,” Pope Francis said after the attack.

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Muslims will continue to torture Asia Bibi – Pakistan court to hear appeal against blasphemy acquittal

Pakistan’s supreme court is to consider a petition on Tuesday against the acquittal of Asia Bibi, a Christian woman whose blasphemy conviction was overturned in October.

Bibi, who spent eight years on death row, has been held at a secret location since her death sentence was quashed after hardline Islamists threatened to kill her if she was freed.

Her lawyer, Saiful Malook, has said he is confident the court will reject the petition. If so, she is likely to be flown out of the country within hours.

It emerged last week that Bibi’s daughters had already left Pakistan for Canada, one of several countries to have offered sanctuary to the farm worker and her family.

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Asia Bibi still living ‘like a prisoner,’ warns ministry

An international Christian ministry is expressing alarm and concern that a Pakistani woman acquitted of blasphemy by her nation’s Supreme Court still is living “like a prisoner,” months after the court ruling.

It is Asia Bibi, who spent years on death row in Pakistan after a confrontation with her Muslim co-workers, who still remains in danger, according to a new report from International Christian Concern.

Her status remains unchanged “almost three months after her acquittal by the Supreme Court,” the organization reported this week

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CTV goes full dhimmi..

Canadian cleric says ‘Merry Christmas’ is worse than murder remarks were taken out of context

CTV regurgitated without question Sheikh Younus Kathrada’s lame explanation that the reporting of every word he said was taken out of context by being an exact reporting of every word he said. He said.

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‘The woman with a hijab helping victims is far more reflective of Muslims than the idiot with the knife’: Praise for bystanders who rushed to aid of Manchester stabbing victims

A woman who went to the aid of two victims of a terrorist knifeman in Manchester last night has been praised online.

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Turkey’s War on Christian Missionaries

The day after American pastor Andrew Brunson was released from Turkish prison, another Christian who had been living for nearly two decades in the country was detained by Turkish authorities, and told that he had two weeks to leave the country — without his wife and three children. The American-Canadian evangelist, David Byle, not only suffered several detentions and interrogations over the years, but he had been targeted for deportation on three occasions. Each time, he was saved by court rulings. This time, however, he was unable to prevent banishment, and left the country after two days in a detention center.

This is what Islam does. No one should be surprised.

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‘She confessed… how can we forgive her?’: Asia Bibi’s former neighbours still want her put to death

There is little sign among Mohammad Idris’ rows of lemon trees that his field once saw an incident which would convulse Pakistan.

The canal-side land outside the village of Ittan Wali in rural Punjab is silent apart from the odd passing cart and the faint chatter of nearby farm labourers.

A decade ago it was an argument among such female labourers that suddenly flared into an accusation of blasphemy and set in train bloody events that are still unresolved.

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Christmas spirit lights up poor Christian ‘colonies’ in Muslim-majority Pakistan


ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — The floor was hard and the night was growing cold, but the magic of the Christmas pageant — livened by comic scenes and peppy music — kept the audience members spellbound as they huddled in an outdoor church tent.

Mothers craned their necks to see which preschool angel was theirs. People cheered the exotic-looking wise men and booed the swaggering King Herod. They clapped along with “Jingle Bells,” hushed in wait for the manger scene and burst into applause when Mary held up her swaddled baby.

The message of Christmas had special resonance this season among Pakistani Christians, an old but often persecuted minority of about 3 million in a country of 208 million that is 95 percent Muslim. Many labor at low-level jobs and reside in self-contained “colonies” anchored by small churches.

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The Rubber Whip: Extremist Persecution of Christians, October 2018

The head teacher of the Government Boys Primary School… assaulted Sharjeel Masih, a 12-year-old Christian student, after he touched a water tap in her presence. “I was just trying to turn off a running tap when the teacher grabbed me… and asked why I had touched the tap and made it filthy…” The boy was then suspended from school. — Pakistan.

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New Revelation: Obama Administration Facilitated Christian Genocide in Nigeria

In a bombshell revelation, Goodluck Jonathan, Nigeria’s former president (2010-2015), has accused the Obama administration of meddling with his nation’s politics in order to replace him with its current president, Muhammadu Buhari — whom many blame for facilitating the persecution of Christians.

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