Coptic Solidarity For another consecutive year in a row, Egypt has proven to be an inhospitable place for Christians, namely its most indigenous inhabitants, the Copts. According to Open Doors, a human rights organization that closely follows the treatment of Christians around the world, Egypt is the 17th worst nation (out of nearly 200) wherein […]
In an interview on “Cat’s Roundable” that aired this morning, I discussed the findings and significance of my recent Gatestone Institute article, “215 Million Christians Persecuted, Mostly by Muslims.” The 10-minute interview with John Catsimatidis can be listened to here.
FrontPage Magazine In certain respects, the real struggle between Islam and the West has less to do with an inherently weak Islam and more to do with subversive Western elements that cover up for and empower Muhammad’s creed. Out-and-out censorship is one of these tactics. In a January 10 email titled, “We’re Suing Google – […]
Gatestone Institute “215 million Christians experience high levels of persecution” around the world, says Open Doors, a human rights organization. On its recently released World Watch List 2018, which ranks the world’s 50 worst nations wherein to be Christian, 3,066 Christians were killed, 1,252 abducted, and 1,020 raped or sexually harassed on account of their […]
Gatestone Institute A document drafted by members of the global Christian community convening at the 3rd International Christian Forum held in Moscow, detailed how over the past 10 years the Middle East’s Christian population has shrunk by 80 percent and warned that unless current trends are reversed Christianity “will vanish” from its ancient homelands in a […]
Last week I was interviewed twice on Ave Maria Radio, with Al Kresta. During the first discussion we explored some of the biggest stories of terrorism and the position of ISIS in 2017 (click here); in the second interview, we focused on the situation in Iran (click here). Both interviews are about 15 minutes each.
Or “the enemy [Islam] of my enemy [Christianity] is my friend.”
Coptic Solidarity Local authorities decided to close down the Saint Catherine Monastery in the Sinai Peninsula, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on January 5 and January 6, when Christmas church services are held according to the Orthodox calendar.[i] The general directorate of tourist police further ordered all tourist companies not to lead tours to the historic monastery. […]
The Western media’s ongoing attempts to portray aggressors—even suicide-bombers—as victims.
Their social, political, and even economic grievances trace back to Sharia.