Muslim persecution of Christians exists in 40 nations today as part of a continuum -- or “tradition” -- that started nearly 14 centuries ago. A new study shows a horrific reality that you just won't read in our mainstream media
Are Egypt’s Christians again fated to watch their nation take one step forward only to take another one right back -- the inevitable outcome of a worldview that tries to articulate itself through Islamic terms?
If Christian infidels are not made to pay jizya (tribute) to the state -- as Koran 9:29 mandates -- the “jizya-vigilantes” will get that money one way or another. Welcome to the unfolding horror of Christians in the Islamic world
Time to get to the core issue: Why are Christians the most persecuted group in the entire world, and why is that persecution quintessentially Islamist? Raymond Ibrahim is better placed than most to explain
The more sophisticated Jihadists have started to understand that their apologists in the West are having a hard time justifying their slaughter of helpless Christians. So now they're effecting fake concern
Be shocked by these examples. As Christians in the West go to church and worship during this Christmas season, it is well to reflect on how merely going to church to worship can be life-threatening for Christians in the Islamic world. One can only hope -- perhaps in vain -- that this Christmas does not add new victims to a very long list