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Christians Sentenced for Proselytizing Fight Verdict in Algeria's Court

Christians Sentenced for Proselytizing Fight Verdict  in Algeria's Court

02/13/2013 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) - The final verdict of an Algerian sentenced to one year in prison for allegedly propagating the Christian faith is scheduled to be announced today during his appeal hearing in Tindouf. A second Christian, being tried for the same offense ...

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Fatwas Sanction Killing Of Egyptian Oppositionists

Fatwas Sanction Killing Of Egyptian Oppositionists

Introduction

Since the outbreak of violent events marking the second anniversary of the Egyptian revolution on January 25, 2013, several fatwas have been issued by Islamic clerics in Egypt encouraging violence against regime opponents. In recent days, in the lead-up to the second anniversary of the ...

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No Justice for Egypt's Christians

Military Hides Role in Deadly Protest by Sentencing Two Christians to Prison

2/8/2013 Washington, D.C. (International Christian Concern) - The convictions of two Coptic Christians on Monday for stealing weapons from soldiers during a 2011 protest is the latest attempt by the Egyptian military to ...

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Muslim Persecution of Christians: December, 2012

Muslim Persecution of Christians: December, 2012

Sweden: "Quite frankly we are at a loss why the Migration services [in Sweden] are so determined to deport [him]. People with weaker cases get permission to stay in Sweden, but not him."

— Attorney for Reza Jabbari, a convert to Christianity seeking asylum in Sweden. If the Swedes return him to ...

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When Security Measures Work

When Security Measures Work

On Feb. 1, a Turkish national named Ecevit Sanli walked up to the side entrance of the U.S. Embassy in Ankara like many others had done that day. Dressed inconspicuously, he waved a manila envelope at the man inside the guard booth as he approached the entrance. The security guard had no reason to ...

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Assassination Attempt, Multiple Shots and Misfires at Islam Critic Lars Hedegaard, Arab Perpetrator Suspected

 Assassination Attempt, Multiple Shots and Misfires at Islam Critic Lars Hedegaard, Arab Perpetrator Suspected

The TT is told by someone close to Lars Hedegaard via email: "He is okay, but we're all in shock. It's a miracle he is alive. The attacker looked like an Arab."   Package being delivered to Lars had a bomb in it, neighborhood evacuated.

UPDATE: 15:10 - 5 Feb. 2013 In the package which was ...

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Muslim Persecution of Christians: November, 2012

"The presence of a church here will offend us"

Reports of Christian persecution by Muslims around the world during the month of November include (but are not limited to) the following accounts. They are listed by form of persecution, and in country alphabetical order, not necessarily according to ...

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Cyber Jihad Fatwas to Hack and Use Malicious Acts

Cyber Jihad Fatwas to Hack and Use Malicious Acts

Leading Mainstream And Jihadi Sheikhs Issue Fatwas Beginning In 2000 Allowing Hacking And Other Forms Of Online Attacks Providing Religious Justification For Today's Era Of Cyber Jihad

 Over the past year, there have been thousands of high-profile hacking attacks against important websites, ...

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Egypt, 2012: The Year In Fatwas

Egypt, 2012: The Year In Fatwas

In previous decades in Egypt, the fatwas, or legal decrees issued by learned Muslims and based on Sharia law, revolved around questions like proper prayer, when and where women should wear the hijab, and if smoking was forbidden or permissible. That was then.

The fatwas issued in the year 2012—the ...

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