American Leaders Assert Commitment to Safety of Afghan People Without Recognition of Taliban Rule
Leah is being unjustly held by Boko Haram, but the good news is that she is still alive.
Our world today would look very different if not for Our Lady of Victory’s miracle at Lepanto 450 years ago this October.
“The international community must push back vigorously against the Tatmadaw…”
Religious Minorities Remain Vulnerable to Taliban’s Brutal Rule
“In its 2021 Annual Report, USCIRF recommended that the U.S. State Department designate Nigeria as a Country of Particular Concern…”
“Three attacks on vulnerable religious communities in three days is unacceptable.”
“It is not a clash—it is a slow genocide.”
Senator Portman Introduces Legislation to Address Taliban Takeover
Becket brief urges Court to protect the ability of Baptist pastor to pray over prisoner in death chamber
In her oral statement at the 48th session of the UN Human Rights Council scheduled to end on October 8, CSW’s Ellis Heasley noted that the Christian foundation was “perturbed” by the international silence on the situation in Nigeria, which she said was deteriorating by the day.
“It was from here, from Syria, Palestine, Jordan and what is today Israel, that the first Christians came.”
Afghan Christians Fear Their Community Will Be Treated Like Criminals
Afghan Christians Fear Violence Due to Taliban’s Interpretation of Sharia Law
Turkey Backs Taliban at UN While Promoting Religious Genocide
Mystic Monk Coffee WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) delivered the following remarks today on the Senate floor … More
Even before they agree to arms transfers, U.S. officials are supposed to consider whether their foreign partners can guarantee that the weapons won’t fall into enemy hands.
I would be the first to return to them. In these times of distress, we would be there for them in the refugee camps that have been set up in neighboring countries.
Iraq is a priority country for Aid to the Church in Need, which provides help such as emergency aid, repairs of Church buildings, medical assistance during the pandemic and student scholarships.
Afghan Christians Face an Increasingly Complex and Dangerous Situation
The minor is traumatized and psychologically devastated. She is being treated by a psychologist and other doctors in order to be treated for this trauma and wounds”.
The church, SOKAPU (Southern Kaduna People’s Union) and the people have been complaining about killings in Southern Kaduna but only fell on the deaf ear of those in authority.”
Afghan Minorities Struggle in the Wake of Looming Humanitarian Disaster
AN INTERVIEW WITH AID TO THE CHURCH IN NEED (ACN), Bishop Antonio Juliasse, the apostolic administrator of the Diocese of Pemba, in the province of Cabo Delgado in northern Mozambique, a region that since 2017 has seen a rash of terrorist attacks.