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Muslims persecute minority groups

Christianity in the Middle East Must Be Safeguarded By Dexter Van Zile, Algemeiner January 25, 2012 It’s time for journalists, human rights activists and church leaders in the U.S. to confront the prospect of Christianity’s destruction in the region of … Continue reading

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Muslims oppress Christians

Muslim Persecution of Christians: December, 2011 by Raymond IbrahimStonegate InstituteJanuary 5, 2012 The Nigerian church bombings, wherein the Islamic group Boko Haram killed over 40 people celebrating Christmas mass, is just the most obvious example of anti-Christian sentiment in December. … Continue reading

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Egypt oppresses Christians

Egypt’s Massacre of Christians What the Media Does Not Want You To Know by Raymond Ibrahim Hudson New York October 31, 2011 Western media coverage of the recent massacre of Coptic Christians in Cairo, Egypt—in which the military killed dozens … Continue reading

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Israel is a magical place

Magical thinking on a trek to the Mideast On the surface, Israel is everything outsiders expect it to be: Nationalistic, obsessed with the past and segregated. But venture beyond those first impressions and you’ll discover an Israel that is the … Continue reading

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Some Christians also observe Sukkot

Why I Keep the Feast of Tabernacles The Feast of Tabernacles is simply loaded with rich spiritual and symbolic significance. Those who truly submit themselves to God’s command to assemble for eight days with other worshipers “in the place which … Continue reading

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Deadly sectarian violence in Egypt

Egypt forces clash with Copt protesters, 24 dead Posted By AFP On October 10, 2011  Reprinted from DAWN.com More then 200 people were injured in fighting that erupted during a protest by Copts on Sunday, prompting a curfew in central … Continue reading

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Violence against Christians in Egypt

Egypt’s continuing sectarian violence Reprinted from Africa Review By DALLIA M. ABDEL MONIEM Posted Thursday, October 6  2011 at  10:11 History teaches us that with change, with revolution, comes improvement. But it seems that is not always the case, especially … Continue reading

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Prominent Non-jews who support Israel

Top 10 Non-Jews Positively Influencing Jewish Future From Dovid Efune, Dir. Algemeiner Journal From the author: After seeing a list of the world’s richest Jews (in JPost, gave rise to much controversy on why the list was made at all, … Continue reading

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