Author Archive | Ted

Mursi: Precursor to Civil War in Egypt?

Copts Prepare For New Persecutions

From Jayson Casper of Christianity Today: Update (July 1): The New York Times reports that protestors stormed the Muslim Brotherhood’s headquarters in Cairo early this morning, following hours of protests in which millions of Egyptians took to the streets to demand President Mohamed Morsi’s resignation. At least 16 people have been killed, according to the […]

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Greek Orthodox Priest persecuted for integrating Christian Arabs into Israel

By Dror from the Jerusalem Post The persecution of Greek Orthodox priest Father Gabriel Nadaf has escalated to a new crescendo, as the Jerusalem Patriarchate threatens to sack the Nazareth-resident and deprive him of his livelihood. Nadaf’s sin is his open activism on behalf of integration by Arab Christians – or Arab-speaking Christian Israelis, as […]

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BosNewsLife Reports On Christians Saved By Rescue Christians

Though the article does not mention Rescue Christians, it mentions the couple who was saved by Rescue Christians. From BosNewsLife: ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN (BosNewsLife)– A Christian woman who potentially faced the death penalty in Pakistan for blasphemy against Islam has been moved to Sri Lanka with her husband and daughter, an official told BosNewsLife, just hours […]

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Syrian Priests Continue To Be Targeted

From Milena Faustova Eurasia Review: Today, the Interparliamentary Assembly on Orthodoxy (IAO), which unites 29 countries, made a statement saying that according to information available, two Orthodox metropolitans have been killed in Syria during the past few months. For the time being, it is the only official statement providing information about victims among Christian clergymen. […]

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Tanzanian Christians to Obama: ‘Please Speak Out’

From CBN: ZANZIBAR — As President Barack Obama wraps up his outreach tour to Africa, Christians in Tanzania are hoping he will speak out against increased acts of persecution against them. Obama visits Tanzania Monday where he will meet with President Jakaya Kikwete and the nation’s business leaders. The allure of beautiful beaches and tranquil […]

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Islamic extremists slit throat of Christian for refusing to renounce faith

From Ken Hanley: Radical Islamists in Nigeria have upped their fight for power in recent weeks, expanding their attacks on government forces to local citizens — one of the latest involving a Christian pastor who refused to renounce his faith. In response, Boko Haram militants slit his throat, The Blaze reported. The Nigerian newspaper The […]

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God’s War On The Gay Agenda

By Theodore Shoebat Obama has praised the Supreme Court’s decision on sodomite marriage, calling it a “victory for American democracy”. But is this really what this is about? Will giving freedom to marry to sodomites further advance the cause of liberty? This is the reality: give liberty to sodomite behavior and the sodomites will seize […]

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I Miss Saddam

By Theodore Shoebat When Saddam was in power he kept control and stability in the Middle East; he kept Iran in check and struck fear into the hearts of all jihadists or anyone who planned on sedition. Now I know what you may be thinking: Saddam was a butcher, a tyrant–and you would be right. […]

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