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Is Criticism of Islam a Hate Crime?

Is Criticism of Islam a Hate Crime?

Posted By Daniel Greenfield On February 17, 2015 In Daily Mailer,FrontPage After every terrorist attack, the news goes through the usual checklist of excuses. Muslims aren’t responsible. It had nothing to do with Islam. Asking Muslims to condemn or disassociate themselves [Read More]

Poll: 1 in 3 Americans Fear Islamic Shariah Law in the US; 1 in 4 Believe ISIS Is True Nature of Islam

Poll: 1 in 3 Americans Fear Islamic Shariah Law in the US; 1 in 4 Believe ISIS Is True Nature of Islam

Women hold placards during a march and rally in east London, December 13, 2013. They were participating in a rally organized by British Islamist Anjem Choudary condemning use of alcohol and promoting Shariah law. (PHOTO: REUTERS/TOBY MELVILLE) BY STOYAN ZAIMOV , CHRISTIAN [Read More]

At Prayer Breakfast, Obama Omits Mention of Middle-East Christians

At Prayer Breakfast, Obama Omits Mention of Middle-East Christians

MARK STRICHERZ, Feb 06, 2015 / aleteia Omission drew a rebuff from a leading Republican senator. President Obama  did not mention the plight of Middle-East Christians during a talk at the annual National Prayer Breakfast Thursday. Although Obama mentioned the murder of [Read More]

Opinion: Islamic State Brutality Could Backfire

Opinion: Islamic State Brutality Could Backfire

Supporters and family members of Jordanian pilot, Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh, express their anger at his reported killing in Amman, Jordan, February, 3, 2015. Barbara Slavin, February 04, 2015 / Voice Of America The group that calls itself the Islamic State (IS) is reportedly [Read More]

In Egypt, we are all the Egyptian army

In Egypt, we are all the Egyptian army

Photo Credit: www.independent.co.uk By Dina Khayat, February 02, 2014 / The Hill The events of the past week in Egypt, all happened in rapid succession. Members of Egypt’s outlawed Moslem Brotherhood were granted audience by U.S. officials at the highest levels. Only a [Read More]

Ruling protects religious freedom

Ruling protects religious freedom

BY EZRA LEVANT, QMI AGENCY, POSTED: JANUARY 31, 2015 /  Last week the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia declared that province’s ban on Trinity Western University law school students to be illegal. Nova Scotia – like Ontario and B.C. – banned graduates from TWU, not [Read More]

Muslims burn Niger churches, Bible survives, Christians forgive

Muslims burn Niger churches, Bible survives, Christians forgive

A Bible is charred but not destroyed by fires set by Muslim mobs in Niger. The Word survived, too, in the hearts of the Christian community which has publicly forgiven their Islamist attackers. TODD STARNES/Danette Childs by Todd Starnes / Fox News | 29 January, 2015 / [Read More]

Egypt’s president visit to the Cathedral: From symbol to reality

Egypt’s president visit to the Cathedral: From symbol to reality

Ziad Bahaa-Eldin , Thursday 15 Jan 2015 / Ahram Online I had the opportunity of being present for the Christmas Coptic mass at the Abbasiya Cathedral last Tuesday and witness the president’s surprise and historical visit, the first of its kind, and the significance of [Read More]

OPINION: North Korean reality not funny for Christians

OPINION: North Korean reality not funny for Christians

FILE – In this Dec. 22, 2014 file photo, a South Korean army soldier walks near a TV screen showing an advertisement of Sony Picture’s “The Interview,” at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea. Sony’s flip-flop decision on releasing [Read More]

‘Dos’ and ‘Don’ts’: Things I learned writing about the Middle East

‘Dos’ and ‘Don’ts’: Things I learned writing about the Middle East

The Middle East is in constant influx; reporting on it requires a deep and compassionate understanding in order to offer original content and avoid recycled old ideas and stereotypes Ramzy Baroud, Monday 29 December 2014 / Middle East Eye Writing about and reporting the [Read More]

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Egypt: Government must protect Coptic Christians targeted in string of deadly attacks in North Sinai

Egypt: Government must protect Coptic Christians targeted in string of deadly attacks in North Sinai

1 March 2017, 12:46 UTC The Egyptian authorities must offer urgent protection to Coptic Christians in North Sinai and [Read More]

Egyptian Copts Flee ISIS Terrorists

Egyptian Copts Flee ISIS Terrorists

JERUSALEM, Israel – An estimated 30 Coptic Christian families fleeing Islamic terrorists in the Sinai Peninsula [Read More]

Bishop Angaelos: Never Forget Your Responsibility To Preach The Good News

Bishop Angaelos: Never Forget Your Responsibility To Preach The Good News

Bishop Angaelos, General Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the United Kingdom, was joined by peers, MPs and [Read More]

The death of Turkish secularism

The death of Turkish secularism

BY SHLOMO AVINERI / Japan TImes / JUL 25, 2016 JERUSALEM – The aftermath of Turkey’s failed military coup raises [Read More]

2 dead, at least 16 injured in Fort Myers, Fla., nightclub shooting

2 dead, at least 16 injured in Fort Myers, Fla., nightclub shooting

An investigator walks near the scene of a fatal shooting at Club Blu nightclub in Fort Myers, Fla., Monday. (Kinfay [Read More]