• In Sudan’s Nuba Mountains, Christians, Muslims live together peacefully

    NUBA MOUNTAINS, Sudan - While tense relations between religious groups contribute to violence in many parts of the world today, Christians and Muslims in the war-ravaged Nuba Mountains of Sudan say they are getting along just fine. For outsiders, it takes a while to comprehend. “When I... Read more
  • Another Church Attack Demonstrates How Religious Freedom is Under Siege in Pakistan

    05/16/2018 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – The state of religious freedom in Pakistan remains adverse in spite of provisions written in the Pakistani constitution. Article 20 of Pakistan’s constitution guarantees the freedom to profess religion and to manage religious... Read more
  • Food Video Is Evidence of ‘Terrorism,’ Turkey Claims in Pastor Andrew Brunson’s Trial

    [caption id="attachment_97291" align="alignnone" width="700"] Image processed by CodeCarvings Piczard ### FREE Community Edition ### on 2018-03-14 14:51:53Z | http://piczard.com | http://codecarvings.com‚q€ÄÜñШà“Í—‚[/caption] In the ongoing trial of American Pastor Andrew Brunson,... Read more
  • Efforts to rewrite Indian history worry Christians, Muslims

    New Delhi: Christian and Muslim leaders in India are appalled by federal government moves to "revise" the country's history in a bid to push a pro-Hindu narrative. Reuters revealed last week that a committee appointed by the Narendra Modi government has been working for six months to prove... Read more
  • Saudi Arabia: Ad offers Moroccan women for sale

    We constantly hear in the West that Islam forbids slavery, but reality is otherwise. The Qur’an has Allah telling Muhammad that he has given him girls as sex slaves: “Prophet, We have made lawful to you the wives to whom you have granted dowries and the slave girls whom God has given you... Read more
  • Top Malaysian court refuses to allow conversion to Christianity

    Muslim citizens cannot convert to other faiths without consent of a Shariah court, Malaysia’s top court ruled on Feb. 27. The ruling, read out amid a heavy police presence outside the courthouse in Kuching, Sarawak state, was made after four Muslims in that state appealed to the civil court... Read more
  • Calling Them Rohingya, Pope Embraces Members of Persecuted Muslim Minority

    DHAKA, Bangladesh — After meeting several Rohingya Muslims and hearing their stories in Bangladesh, Pope Francis uttered a moving prayer from the heart, affirming their dignity and asking forgiveness on behalf of all who persecute the Burmese minority. He also broke the protocol he has... Read more
  • The Jihad on Sufism

    On Friday, November 24, some 30 gunmen carrying the Islamic State flag bombed and stormed a Sufi mosque in Egypt’s North Sinai, about 125 miles northeast of Cairo.  They managed to massacre at least 305 people, 27 of whom were children.  “The scene was horrific,” said Ibrahim Sheteewi,... Read more
  • Islam, Hollywood and Choice

    Once in a while there is an article that defends the practice of Muslim women covering her hair. If they really want to be insulting, there is a picture of a nun in a habit right next to a beautiful woman in hijab. “What is the difference?” they ask. “It is the choice,” I answer. One... Read more
  • Middle East’s well-kept secret revealed when Jihad met the Virgin

    BEIRUT, Lebanon - It’s a well-kept secret of societies such as Lebanon where large numbers of Christians and Muslims live cheek-by-jowl, working together, socializing together, sometimes even marrying each other, that there’s often more conversion from one faith to the other than anyone is... Read more