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Malaysia court rules non-Muslims cannot use ‘Allah’

[ 0 ] October 14, 2013 |
Malaysia court rules non-Muslims cannot use ‘Allah’

The court case has sparked debate in Muslim-majority Malaysia A Malaysian court has ruled that non-Muslims cannot use the word Allah to refer to God, overturning a 2009 lower court ruling. The appeals court said that allowing non-Muslims to use the word would “cause confusion in the community”. Christians argue that they have used the […]

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पाकिस्तानी चर्चमा आत्मघाति बम हमला कम्तिमा ६० को मृत्यु

[ 19 ] September 22, 2013 |
पाकिस्तानी चर्चमा आत्मघाति बम हमला कम्तिमा ६० को मृत्यु

पाकिस्तानको पेशावरस्थित सेन्ट जोन चर्चमा आज असोज ६/सेप्टेम्बर २२ मा भएको आत्मघाति बम हमलामा कम्तिमा ६० जनाको मृत्यू भएको छ । चिकित्सकका अनुसार उक्त हमलामा परि १०० भन्दा मानिस घाइते भएको विदेशी सञ्चार माध्यमहरुले जनाएका छन् । चर्चमा आइतबारको आराधना सेवामा भाग लिइरहेका ६ सय बिश्वासीहरु सेवा सकेर निस्कने बेलामा हमला भएको हो ।घटनामा महिला […]

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Churches across Egypt attacked

[ 0 ] August 15, 2013 |
Churches across Egypt attacked

  Churches across Egypt attacked Published: August 14, 2013   World Watch Monitor is curating news coverage of the anti-Christian violence that swept Egypt on Wednesday after the military used force to break up camps of protesters who have been demanding the reinstatement of former president Mohamed Morsi. Scores of the protesters were killed, leading […]

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Christian jailed for text messages in Gojra, Pakistan

[ 2 ] July 27, 2013 |
Christian jailed for text messages in Gojra, Pakistan

Islamists demand death penalty for ‘blasphemy’ as another couple awaits trial “Only one punishment for the blasphemer; sever his head from the body… Life imprisonment not acceptable, not acceptable and not acceptable.” World Watch Monitor Tensions are high in the Punjabi city of Gojra after a court sentenced a Christian man, Sajjad Masih, to life […]

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Churches mobilize support as health system collapses in wake of coup

[ 1 ] July 19, 2013 |
Churches mobilize support as health system collapses in wake of coup

World abandons C. African Republic in hour of need, MSF says Churches mobilize support as health system collapses in wake of coup   International health NGO Medecins sans Frontieres (Doctors without Borders) says the population of the Central African Republic has been “abandoned” to a humanitarian emergency “just when they most need help”, and that […]

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M.P Freedom of Religion (Amendment) Bill-2013, is an Ultra Virus of Constitution

[ 0 ] July 14, 2013 |
M.P Freedom of Religion (Amendment) Bill-2013,  is an Ultra Virus of Constitution

By Father Anand Muttungal   The Bharatiya Janata Party lead Government in Madhya Pradesh without explaining any rationale has passed the Madhya Pradesh Freedom of Religion (MPFR) (Amendment) Bill, 2013. The first attempt was done in 2006 against the background of the report of the Narendra Prasad Commission that probed the 2004 Anti-christian Riot in […]

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Anti-conversion Bill 2013, MP, India

[ 0 ] July 13, 2013 |
Anti-conversion Bill 2013, MP, India

Isai Maha Sangh Asks Governor Reject the Anti-conversion Bill 2013 Bhopal:- 11/7/2013, Isai Maha Sangh(IMS) held a meeting of Christians and different organizations to express its  disagreements to the amendments made to the existing Anti-conversion Law in Madhya Pradesh Government . After detailed study report on the present Amendment Bill 2013, the descended Anti-conversion Bill […]

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The Brotherhood is down, but is it out?

[ 0 ] July 4, 2013 |
The Brotherhood is down, but is it out?

These are dark days for the Muslim Brotherhood. But it has seen dark days before. For now, it has been shoved aside by Egypt’s military, which took up the cause of millions of protesters fed up with their country’s myriad problems, many of which they placed at the feet of the Brotherhood, its ruling Freedom […]

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Pakistan court throws out blasphemy charge against pastor

[ 0 ] June 28, 2013 |
Pakistan court throws out blasphemy charge against pastor

A Pakistan court has acquitted a pastor accused of insulting Islam because the pastor’s accuser has told the court he was mistaken. Karma Patras, 56, already had been released on bail from Sheikhupura District Jail in February after the man who filed the complaint, Syed Zulqarnain Shah, told court his accusation had been lodged mistakenly. […]

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Syria collapse would endanger all Mideast Christians

[ 0 ] June 22, 2013 |
Syria collapse would endanger all Mideast Christians

Iraqi MP: Syria collapse would endanger all Mideast Christians Insurgents’ goal is to take their fight into neighboring countries, says Kanna The collapse of the Syrian state would be a jihadist triumph and a threat to Christians throughout the Middle East, says Yonadam Kanna, a member of Iraqi National Assembly and Secretary General for the […]

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Persecuted: The Global Assault on Christians

[ 0 ] June 5, 2013 |
Persecuted: The Global Assault on Christians

World Watch Monitor reviews Paul Marshall, Lela Gilbert & Nina Shea’s new book This is a book designed to show that “Christians are the single most widely persecuted religious group in the world today” (p4).   With that aim, three authors well known in the field of religious advocacy give the reader the ultimate global […]

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In Eritrea, ‘Persecution greater than ever and getting worse’

[ 0 ] May 30, 2013 |
In Eritrea, ‘Persecution greater than ever and getting worse’

Around 1,200 Christians now incarcerated after a spate of arrests in 2013   Religious persecution in Eritrea is at its “highest level ever and getting worse”, an Eritrean Christian leader, who cannot be named for security reasons, has told the Christian charity Open Doors International.   Thirty-seven Christian students from the College of Arts and […]

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