Written by Julia Gorin
While the United States and Germany are browbeating Serbia into the last leg of surrendering Kosovo to the narco-terrorist mafia demanding it, the latter are beating up female missionaries.
It happened this past November, and for almost two weeks was kept quiet and out of the news. And it happened ...
Written by Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi
As the overall Sunni insurgency has gained ground in Iraq, much discussion will naturally revolve around the question of which groups are the main actors in the insurgency. Here I will discuss those groups in-depth, and the relations between them.
Written by L. Barkan
Life Under The Shadow Of The Islamists In Syria – Part I: Imposing Authority On The Residents
In the internal war that has been raging in Syria since March 2011, the rebel forces have made substantial military achievements, which are embodied by the takeover of regions ...
Written by Memri
Indian Cleric Issues Anti-Gay Fatwa: A Gay Or Lesbian 'May Be Burned Alive, Pushed From A High Wall, Or Beaten Publicly With Stones'
A Facebook page representing the Barelvi School of Sunni Islam
Written by Raymond Ibrahim
Prominent indicators confirm that the U.S. is the chief facilitator of the persecution of Christians around the world today.
According to the recently released 2014 World Watch List, which ranks the 50 nations where Christians are most persecuted, Syria is the third worst nation in the world in ...
Written by Ali Salim
The increasing speed with which the Christians of the Middle East are fleeing would suggest that... it is entirely possible that the next time the Pope celebrates Mass in Bethlehem, he will be the last Christian in the Middle East.
Written by Majid Rafizadeh
According to Open Doors, a non-denominational group that supports persecuted Christians worldwide, the official number of Christians killed for their faith around the world doubled in 2013, compared to 2012. According to the annual survey, the number of Christians killed in Syria in 2013 comes to ...
Written by L. Barkan
Written by L. Lavi
On January 14 and 15, 2014, for the second time in the three years since the January 2011 ouster of president Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's citizens will vote in a referendum on a new constitution. The previous constitution, drafted under the MB regime of ousted president Muhammad Mursi and ...