Persecution

“Can Christians Still have a Future in the Middle East?”

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His Holiness Patriarch Mor Ignatius Aphrem II gave a lecture entitled “Can Christians Still have a Future in the Middle East?” at the Pazmany Peter Catholic Universty in Budapest.His Eminence Mor Nicodemus Daoud Sharaf, Archbishop of Mosul, Kirkuk and Kurdistan, and Very Rev. Raban Joseph Bali, Patriarchal Secretary and Media Office Director were also present at the lecture.

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Islamic terror on Christians in Pakistan

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Influential Pakistani Muslim named Mohammad Din along with three others entered forcibly in the home of a Christian woman when her husband was on work and gang raped her. After that they burned her home. This Pakistani Christian woman and her husband called the authorities but police only filed a report but did not arrest the culprits. These incidents are very common in Pakistan but no one in the west accept that Christians are really being persecuted, instead they give asylum to same Muslims who are involved in persecuting Christian

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London Turns Red For Millions Killed In Religious Persecution

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Colour Of Blood': London Turns Red For Millions Killed In Religious Persecution
Lambeth Palace joined the campaign with the Archbishop of Canterbury tweeting his support.Palace of Westminster, the London Eye and other key landmarks were lit in "the colour of blood" on Wednesday evening for the millions persecuted for their faith around the world.

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Christian leader urges Trump to promote “freedom of conscience” in the world

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Christian leader urges Trump to promote “freedom of conscience” in the world
Nirmala Carvalho.Sajan K George is the president of the Global Council of Indian Christians. His organisation sent a congratulatory message to the new US president. "Christianity has become the major target of scorn, prejudice, abuse and persecution.”

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