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Islam and the Destruction of Eastern and North African Christianity By Rodney Stark (from his book: The Triumph of Christianity, ch 12) CHRISTIANITY DID NOT START OUT as a European religious movement; in early days far more missionary activity was … Continue reading
The War on Christians: The Rising Genocide—Newsweek Powerfully Weighs In The grim news has been unrelenting. Every week I read stories on the persecuted church around the world. But most of us never hear these stories because they rarely make it … Continue reading
Another Muhammad Movie in the Works Son of top Hamas leader to produce epic historical account of the prophet Muhammad despite controversy surrounding Anti-Islam film. Mosab Hassan Yousef, author of the NY Times bestseller Son of Hamas, condemns the film … Continue reading
Whitewashing Islam in the Media 20 Errors on 20/20 (ABC News)
The Rape of Christopher Stevens by Raymond Ibrahim By obsessing over the 14-minute YouTube Muhammad video and its maker, the mainstream media ultimately exonerates the inexcusable and murderous response of the Islamic world.
Egypt’s Endangered Christians This report finds that the religious freedom of Egypt’s 6 to 10 million (in 1999) strong Coptic Christian community, while generally able to practice its religion, is threatened in varying degrees by terrorism from extreme Islamic groups, … Continue reading
The Tip of the Iceberg of Christian Persecution by Raymond Ibrahim Two Christians living in the Islamic world under arrest and awaiting execution—the one charged with apostasy, the other with blasphemy—were just released.