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“F**k Your Pig-God!” Muslim Persecution of Christians, April 2019 – Raymond Ibrahim, Herland Report

At The Herland Report we address the steady persecution of Christians world wide, and especially in Muslim countries where the tolerance for Christians is exceptionally low. This is not a politically-correct topic, as the media in the West chronically avoids describing the horrific persecution against those who are not Muslims in Islamic countries. Read Islamic scholar, Raymond Ibrahim’s account:  Sri ... Read More »

Our politicians may not care, but Christians are under siege across the world, Barbara Kay, Herland Report

It is estimated that about one-third of the globe’s population suffers from religious persecution. By the numbers, Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world. We are seeing mass exoduses of Christians from Middle Eastern countries in which they are indigenous inhabitants. An Italian study calculates that in 2016, a Christian was killed for his or her faith every six ... Read More »

Christianity is most Persecuted Religion in the World, Western Media Interest still Remains remarkably Low, Lindsay Elisabeth, CBN

While you might have seen a decrease in mainstream media reporting regarding Christian persecution, there has only been an increase in the persecution taking place against Christians around the world. According to the Gatestone Institute, persecution of Christians by extremist groups and individuals is continuing to climb, as the persecution has become more systematic than random. A few weeks ago, the archbishop ... Read More »

The famous atheist who fights for Christian ethics, Jurgen Habermas – Hanne Nabintu Herland WND, Herland Report

What happens when a leading, atheist thinker changes his mind and advocates for Christian ethics? To follow the development of Jürgen Habermas has been a remarkable journey. The famous atheist now states that Christian ethics has a greater role to play in society than many secularists previously thought: It has the ability to motivate individuals to do good and act ... Read More »

Christmas Day is the world’s largest celebration of a baby born in a stable – Hanne Nabintu Herland

Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are the world´s largest celebrations of something as simple as a baby boy born in a Bethlehem stable. Recently, this extraordinary child, Jesus Christ, was voted the most significant person in world history. Napoleon and Shakespeare came in second and third place, respectively, in a survey described by Professor Steven Skiena and Charles Ward in ... Read More »

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