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Radical Muslim preacher alleged to cruise Ashley Madison adultery website

Radical Muslim preacher alleged to cruise Ashley Madison adultery website

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Pakistan: new report condemns forced conversions of Christians and Hindus to Islam

Pakistan: new report condemns forced conversions of Christians and Hindus to Islam

Women are abducted, raped, and forced to convert to Islam. Any who seek to return home or practice their own religion are subjected to Islamic law and punished with death.

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Syrian Christians: between a rock and a hard place

Syrian Christians: between a rock and a hard place

The last four years have been a nightmare for Syria: war, famine, destruction, hatred. Christians are at risk of disappearing from where they have been for 2000 years. The Melkite Archbishop of Aleppo urges the West to stop ISIS.

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Today as in 1915, Turkey persecutes Christians

Today as in 1915, Turkey persecutes Christians

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Pakistan: Christians come together in protest

Pakistan: Christians come together in protest

Thousands of Christians hit the streets in Pakistan to protest their persecution at the hands of Muslim terrorists.

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Terrorists attack Egyptian church

Terrorists attack Egyptian church

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Obama ignores next stage of Muslim terror: Africa

Obama ignores next stage of Muslim terror: Africa

The world looks the other way as thousands are killed by Muslim terrorists in Nigeria.

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France misses an opportunity to defy Muslim terrorism

France misses an opportunity to defy Muslim terrorism

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Islam's War on Christians: Report for November 2014

Islam's War on Christians: Report for November 2014

Obama administration has failed to specifically condemn the murder of Christians in Pakistan: burned alive.

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Canada: twin terrorists caught before going to Mideast

Canada: twin terrorists caught before going to Mideast

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Free speech advocate convicted because 'language is a weapon'

Free speech advocate convicted because 'language is a weapon'

Canadian TV personality Ezra Levant says that free speech is endangered in the West.

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Muslims slaughter Nigerians in Borno state

Muslims slaughter Nigerians in Borno state

As many as 2000 people may have been killed in the town of Baga, which was burned down by the Boko Haram Muslim sect in northeastern Nigeria.

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Crucified Again: persecution of Christians becomes more widespread

Crucified Again: persecution of Christians becomes more widespread

Approximately 100,000 Christians die every year because of their faith. One thousand Nigerian churches destroyed in 2014.

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Pakistani man is hacked to death for alleged blasphemy against Islam

Pakistani man is hacked to death for alleged blasphemy against Islam

A pregnant Christian woman and her husband were burned to death in a brick kiln by a Muslim to whom they owed money. In another case, a man was hacked to death with an axe while in jail when his jailer accused him of blasphemy.

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Putting an end to bashing of Catholics

Putting an end to bashing of Catholics

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The Supreme Court and the origins of American sharia

The Supreme Court and the origins of American sharia

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Nigeria 'is at war' as thousands of Christians are murdered by Muslims

Nigeria 'is at war' as thousands of Christians are murdered by Muslims

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Muslim religious leader refutes Obama's reading of Islam

Muslim religious leader refutes Obama's reading of Islam

Imam Anjem Choudary refuted Obama by saying that the Koran teaches 'terrorizing the enemy is in fact part of Islam.' Killing innocents is okay with Choudary.

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The threat of the caliphate in Nigeria

The threat of the caliphate in Nigeria

Boko Haram - the Muslim sect that has destroyed churches and killed hundreds of Christians in Nigeria - has declared a caliphate in the northeastern sector of the country. The world ignores the threat to its peril.

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Catholic bishop calls on Europe's Muslims to renounce violence

Catholic bishop calls on Europe's Muslims to renounce violence

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Nigeria: Muslim terrorists kill 1,000 Christians in one day

Nigeria: Muslim terrorists kill 1,000 Christians in one day

Video purports to show massacre of Nigerian troops and civilians in Gwoza, a town in northeastern Nigeria. It is there that as many as 1000 Christians were killed: a modern record. WARNING: graphic video.

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The West is impotent as Christians flee the Muslim world

The West is impotent as Christians flee the Muslim world

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Saudi Arabia's savage and eroticized Islamic justice

Saudi Arabia's savage and eroticized Islamic justice

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Pakistan: Muslims enjoy impunity for murder and rape of Christians

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Nigeria's Muslim marauders don't spare children

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Hillary Clinton is heckled at awards ceremony

Hillary Clinton is heckled at awards ceremony

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Help Wanted in Saudi Arabia: shortage of executioners

Help Wanted in Saudi Arabia: shortage of executioners

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Pakistan: Christians call for transparent investigation of pogrom

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Pakistan: Hundreds of Christians protesting mistreatment are arrested

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Tanzanian Christian pastor slaughtered by Islamists

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Pakistan: Muslim shoots Christian man dead

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Kenya: Christians rely on prayer after Muslim attack at Garissa

Kenya: Christians rely on prayer after Muslim attack at Garissa

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Mali: French intervention may awaken jihadi sleeper cells

Mali: French intervention may awaken jihadi sleeper cells

Muslim rebels in Mali impose martial law, cut off hands, and forcibly impress children into combat roles. Qatar is entwined with the rebels, hoping to extend Islam and its own regional power.

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Pakistan: Muslims join Christians in prayer for wounded Malala Yousafzai

Pakistan: Muslims join Christians in prayer for wounded Malala Yousafzai

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Egyptian Muslims rage against two Christian boys

Egyptian Muslims rage against two Christian boys

Coptic Christians, who have been present in Egypt since apostolic times, are increasingly marginalized and frightened by Muslim violence.

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Two Egyptian Christian boys to stand trial for Islamic blasphemy

Two Egyptian Christian boys to stand trial for Islamic blasphemy

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Nigeria: Islamist terrorists take credit for cemetery massacre

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Pakistan: burned to death for Islamic blasphemy

Pakistan: burned to death for Islamic blasphemy

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Muslims demand world's largest church become a mosque

Muslims demand world's largest church become a mosque

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Muslim terror strikes as Nigeria mourns fatal airline crash

Muslim terror strikes as Nigeria mourns fatal airline crash

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Egyptian Christians' fears over possible Muslim Brotherhood victory

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Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood tells Christians to convert or pay tribute

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Pakistan restores Twitter access after Mohammad flap

Pakistan restores Twitter access after Mohammad flap

Don't mess with Mohammad.

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The plight of the Christians in Muslim lands cries out to heaven

The plight of the Christians in Muslim lands cries out to heaven

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Pakistan: Muslim leaders exonerate young Christian from false blasphemy charges

An altercation between Muhammad Boota and Asif Masih led to the accusations. The testimony of local landowners and residents end in the accused being released. The words of Chaudhary Khalid Cheema tipped the balance. For the latter, the charges against the Christian man were "repugnant."

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International Red Cross ceases operations in Pakistan

International Red Cross ceases operations in Pakistan

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Arming the women of Afghanistan

Arming the women of Afghanistan

Arming the women of Afghanistan, who have been raped and tortured by the Taliban, could go a long way in stemming violence in the country.

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Christian church attacked in Libya

Christian church attacked in Libya

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Nigeria: Christian leaders denounce gov't ineptitude towards Islamist terror

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Nigeria: Christians risk their lives to go to church

Nigeria: Christians risk their lives to go to church

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People of South Sudan disappointed with UN and African Union stance on war with Sudan

People of South Sudan disappointed with UN and African Union stance on war with Sudan

Catholic Archbishop Lukudu Loro of Juba says that the people of South Sudan do not want war. "This is an economic conflict for the control of oil," he says.

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Nigeria: Catholics continue to seek peaceful resolution to violence

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Pakistan court sends home 3 women forcibly converted to Islam

Pakistan court sends home 3 women forcibly converted to Islam

In Pakistan, there are 1,000 cases of forced conversions of Christian and Hindu girls and women to Islam each year.

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How the Muslim Brotherhood perverts democracy for its own purposes

How the Muslim Brotherhood perverts democracy for its own purposes

Only drunks, druggies and adulterers, reject Sharia, says the Muslim Brotherhood. Egypt's Coptic Christians beg to differ. What the Muslim Brotherhood says in English is quite different from what is said in Arabic for Muslim consumption.

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Nigeria: Christians stream southward after Muslim attacks

Nigeria: Christians stream southward after Muslim attacks

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Turkey: Evangelical church assaulted by Muslim activists

Turkey: Evangelical church assaulted by Muslim activists

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Beheadings benight the Arabian Peninsula

Beheadings benight the Arabian Peninsula

A witch was beheaded in Yemen, and two murderers beheaded in the Oil Kingdom.

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Saudi Arabia: Woman to be flogged for cursing

Saudi Arabia: Woman to be flogged for cursing

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The dynamics of Boko Haram's war on Nigeria's Christians

The dynamics of Boko Haram's war on Nigeria's Christians

Both internal and external controls must be exerted to stem the tide of Islamist terrorism in Nigeria, Africa's most populous country and world-class producer of oil.

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Saudi Arabia: 35 Christians arrested, beaten and insulted for praying in Saudi Arabia

A group of Ethiopians are arrested at the home of one of them. They are accused of “unlawful mingling” among unmarried people of the opposite sex. For Human Rights Watch, this is another violation of religious freedom.

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Canadian honor-killing case sparks debate among Muslims

Canadian honor-killing case sparks debate among Muslims

A belief among some Muslims that women are chattel is blamed for the murder of 3 girls and a woman by a Muslim man over his offended 'honor.'

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Thousands of Christians flee northern Nigeria

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Growing Islamic fundamentalism in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Growing Islamic fundamentalism in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Christians and moderate Muslims are trying to stem the tide of Islamo-fascism in the heart of the former Yugoslavia.

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Murder of Iranian in Texas raises stakes for War on Terrorism

Murder of Iranian in Texas raises stakes for War on Terrorism

Born in Iran, Gelareh Bagherzadeh was studying at Texas Medical Center in Houston. She was shot dead, and her purse untouched.

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Kids at Muslim schools learn to hate America

Kids at Muslim schools learn to hate America

Law enforcement and social services in Tennessee are reluctant to investigate abuse of children out of fear of incurring the wrath of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

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India:  Islamic court charges Anglican and Catholic with prosyletism

India: Islamic court charges Anglican and Catholic with prosyletism

Final sentence within days. Grand Mufti of the region claims the two men are guilty of forced conversions. Rev. Khanna: "I fear for my life." John Dayal of the All Indian Christian Council (AICC): "Islamic Court has no authority, India is a secular and democratic state".

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Pakistan: 'Brutal injustice' meted out to Christians; church and homes destroyed

Pakistan: 'Brutal injustice' meted out to Christians; church and homes destroyed

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Pakistani government destroys Christian churches and homes

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Oklahoma court votes in favor of American law in American courts

Oklahoma court votes in favor of American law in American courts

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The new nation of South Sudan is newest ally of Israel

The new nation of South Sudan is newest ally of Israel

The people of South Sudan have voted for democracy, and an end to underdevelopment and slavery. President Salva Kiir of South Sudan made his maiden foreign visit as head of state to Israel.

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Nigeria: Muslim terrorists tell Christians to vacate half of the country

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Egyptian Christians mark first anniversary of New Years' massacre

Egyptian Christians mark first anniversary of New Years' massacre

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Boko Haram: scourge of African democracy

Boko Haram: scourge of African democracy

Joblessness among young people, and fears of modernity, provide the fodder for the growing Boko Haram movement in Nigeria.

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Egypt: Female blogger asks women to unveil themselves

Egypt: Female blogger asks women to unveil themselves

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The Mideast is still awaiting a leader like Vaclav Havel

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Pakistan: Christian woman condemned to death for her faith forgives her tormenters

Pakistan: Christian woman condemned to death for her faith forgives her tormenters

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The perverse Istanbul Process

The perverse Istanbul Process

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Pakistanis fear for the life of Christian accused of blasphemy

Pakistanis fear for the life of Christian accused of blasphemy

Khurram Masih was working as a brickmason in a Muslim's home and has been accused of destroying a copy of the Quran. Human rights campaigners fear for his life.

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Islamist terror strikes Nigerian border with Niger

Islamist terror strikes Nigerian border with Niger

The Boko Haram, which is linked to Al Qaeda, killed at least four persons in the city of Geidam in Yobe State, Nigeria.

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India: Muslims open Pandora's Box with arrest of Christian pastor

India: Muslims open Pandora's Box with arrest of Christian pastor

Rev. Chander Mani Khanna of Srinigar has been arrested following a complaint by a Muslim mufti that the pastor of All Saints Church had engaged in prosyletism. The Muslim Ulema has remained silent, while the Christian community remains tolerant.

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India: Fragile unity marred by arrest of a Christian pastor

India: Fragile unity marred by arrest of a Christian pastor

Implications of the arrest of a Christian pastor in Kashmir, India: Conversions, Shariah kangaroo courts, the law of the land and fragile unity of minorities. Rev. Khanna has been summoned to appear before an Islamic sharia court.

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Pakistan: Ahmadi student ejected for resisting Islamists

Ahmadi Muslims live in constant fear of persecution in Pakistan. Earlier this year, hundreds were killed by Islamic radicals.

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Terrorists in Love: book review

Terrorists in Love: book review

Terrorists share what is on their hearts as they prepare to detonate suicide vests.

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Egyptian woman to get 80 lashes for blogging without clothes

Egyptian woman to get 80 lashes for blogging without clothes

Twenty-year-old Alia el-Mahdy and a male companion are accused of defaming Islam and contributing to indecency in Egypt.

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Hamas terrorist leader says the West will not prevail

Hamas terrorist leader says the West will not prevail

Mahmoud Al-Zahhar says the West "will not be able to withstand the great and glorious Islam." Now that the U.S. is leaving Iraq and Afghanistan, it should leave Palestine as well, says Zahhar.

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Egypt: human rights report absolving military is 'whitewash'

A human rights agency linked to the Egyptian government says that the army did not fire on Coptic Christian demonstrators, resulting in several deaths.

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Nigeria: Christians demand security, and freedom to worship

Catholic Bishop Oliver Dashe Doeme of Maiduguri, which suffered a series of deadly terrorist attacks this week, says the Boko Haram Islamist sect seeks to impose sharia while politicians whip up sectarian strife.

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A hero to Muslim liberals of Lebanon: Walid Phares

A hero to Muslim liberals of Lebanon: Walid Phares

Why are Salon.com, Mother Jones, and The New Republic, joining with the Council on Islamic American Relations to slander Walid Phares?

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Sudan's Islamist regime's genocide in South Sudan

Sudan's Islamist regime's genocide in South Sudan

Advocacy groups claim that Sudan is engaging in aerial bombardment and extermination project in South Sudan. Muslims and Christians are targetted.

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The threat of Nigeria's Boko Haram Islamist sect

The threat of Nigeria's Boko Haram Islamist sect

Boko Haram, an Islamist terrorist group linked to Al-Qaeda, is ramping up its security threat to Nigeria and the world's petroleum supply. Suicide bombings and arson claimed more than 100 lives on Nov. 4. The U.S. warns that further attacks are imminent.

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The Madness of the Mideast

The Madness of the Mideast

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Pakistan: Christian couple forced into Islam flee to safety

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Pakistan: Muslim cleric condemns fellow 'two-faced' religious leaders

Pakistan: Muslim cleric condemns fellow 'two-faced' religious leaders

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The world awaits a bracing Arab Winter

The world awaits a bracing Arab Winter

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No freedom of speech for Canadian Christians

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A Muslim's View of Christianity

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Authorities of Somalia and Kenya see common threat in Al-Shabaab terrorists

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