Persecution of minority chritians an evil and injustice,calls to speak out

Anti-Christian terror is everyone’s concern

By Steven B. Nasatir
October 24 at 9:15 am
Egypt's Christians were stunned Monday by a drive-by shooting in which masked gunmen sprayed a wedding party outside a Cairo church with automatic weapons fire, killing several, including two young girls, in an attack that raised fears of a nascent insurgency by extremists after the military's ouster of the president and a crackdown on Islamists.


Thirty million people are slaves, half in India - survey

Thirty million people are slaves, half in India - survey
LONDON, Oct 17, 2013, Reuters:
Some 30 million people are enslaved worldwide, trafficked into brothels, forced into manual labour, victims of debt bondage or even born into servitude, a global index on modern slavery showed on Thursday. Almost half are in India, where slavery ranges from bonded labour in quarries and kilns to commercial sex exploitation, although the scourge exists in all 162 countries surveyed by Walk Free, an Australian-based rights group.


The International Day of the Girl Child


Today is the International Day of the Girl Child. Let's celebrate those who have broken through regimes and found their voice. For those who haven't, let's help work towards a day when they will be free to choose.On December 19, 2011, the United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution 66/170 to declare 11 October as the International Day of the Girl Child, to recognize girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls face around the world. For its second observance, this year’s Day will focus on “Innovating for Girls’ Education”.


Christians are being slaughtered by Wahhabi Islamists all over the world: who is their Stephen Fry?

August 12, 2013

[The Persecuted Christ] In April 1996, Pope John Paul II attacked the intransigence of 'followers of other religions' who were persecuting Christians. He didn't specify Islam, but everyone know who he meant.
In his Easter message Urbi et Orbi, he said Christians in Africa, Latin America, Asia and Europe had "legitimate aspirations" to jobs, housing, social justice and religious freedom which were "hindered" by other faiths. The Times continued: 'The Pope recently condemned Islamic persecution of Christians in Sudan and will travel to Tunisia next weekend to plead for Islamic tolerance and Islamic-Christian dialogue.'