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Christianity is most Persecuted Religion in the World, Lindsay Elisabeth, CBN

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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 …

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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 …

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Interview with Hanne Herland: How the West destroyed Libya, and empowered Islamism – Raymond Ibrahim

Blundering Western policy in the Middle East and elsewhere has only empowered Islamism and, thus, led to a massive increase in the persecution of Christians, The Commentator Reports. (Photo: Zintan forces, Tripoli, Libya) The article, by Raymond Ibrahim: “We don’t know what we are doing abroad, any more than at home. The full impact of Western intervention in Libya was recently …

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#Notre Dame burning isolated phenomenon? European churches are vandalized, defecated on and burned every day, Raymond Ibrahim, Herland Report

The Notre Dame cathedral burning is described by the joint mainstream media as an isolated happening, broadly explained as a fire related to the renovation. Even before the flames were extinguished, this was the official explanation. Yet, over 1000 churches have been set afire or vandalized in France in 2018 alone. In Paris, the Saint-Sulpice church in Paris was burned …

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Interreligious talks between the Pope and Moroccan Muslims: The lesson of St. Francis of Assisi, Raymond Ibrahim, Herland Report

Vatican News recently announced Pope Francis’ upcoming “Apostolic Journey to Morocco, whose theme is hope.”  Before spending March 30-31 in Morocco, Francis is also scheduled to visit the United Arab Emirates.  “Pope Francis will meet the leader of Moroccan Muslims,” Vatican Newscontinues, “800 years after the meeting between St. Francis of Assisi and Sultan al-Malik al-Kāmil of Egypt.” Francis has been even more vocal …

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Why Eastern European Nations Reject Muslim Migrants – Raymond Ibrahim, Herland Report

What accounts for the stark difference between how Western and Eastern European nations respond to Muslim migrants?  The former—including Great Britain, Germany, and Scandinavia—have been welcoming, whereas the latter—including Poland, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia—have not, often vociferously so. Part of the answer, which may surprise some, revolves around history: Eastern European nations have a long and intimate history with, and thus understand …

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Pakistan: Death or Life for Christian “blasphemer”? Raymond Ibrahim, Herland Report

On October 9, Pakistan’s Supreme Court heard the final appeal of a Christian woman who has been on death row for nearly a decade on the accusation that she insulted Islam’s prophet Muhammad. The woman’s fate is now sealed: “They [judges] have come to a decision, but it has been reserved,” reported Mehwish Bhatti, an officer with the British-Pakistani Christian Association, from …

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Why Eastern European Nations Reject Muslim Migrants: They represent a radically different culture, Raymond Ibrahim on The Scandinavian Herland Report

What accounts for the stark difference between how Western and Eastern European nations respond to Muslim migrants?  The former—including Great Britain, Germany, and Scandinavia—have been welcoming, whereas the latter—including Poland, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia—have not, often vociferously so. Part of the answer, which may surprise some, revolves around history: Eastern European nations have a long and intimate history with, and thus understand …

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Islam versus Western culture: A 1500 year battle? Raymond Ibrahim’s new book Sword and Scimitar, Herland Report

Raymond IbrahIm’s Sword and Scimitar is a history of landmark battles between Islam and the West. Ibrahim offers eight representative engagements across time and space from France to the Middle East, and over a millennium from 636 to 1683. The study is first and foremost riveting military history. It offers blowby-blow concise accounts of the eight battles, and interprets them in …

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The Siege of Vienna, 1683: Will Islam overtake Europe after all? – Raymond Ibrahim, Herland Report

Earlier this month, when Polish lawmaker Dominik Tarczyński was asked how many “refugees” Poland has taken in, he flatly responded: “Zero.”  When the British interviewer, whose nation has taken in millions of Muslim migrants, scoffed, “And you’re proud of that?” Tarczyński  responded: “We will not receive even one Muslim, because this is what we promised… this is why our government was elected; this …

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