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"Not a day goes by that the graves are vandalized," laments Dalmasso Bruno, custodian of the Italian cemetery in Tripoli, illustrating the growing concerns of the Christian community in Libya against Islamic
West Bank (AP) Alongside hundreds of millions of Muslims observing the sunrise-to-sundown fast of Ramadan, a minority in the community goes underground each year during the holy month, sneaking sandwiches and cigarettes when no one is looking. They
Egypt's Coptic Pope Shenuda III, spiritual leader of the Middle East's largest Christian minority, died on Saturday at the age of 88, state media and cathedral sources said...Shenuda suffered from several diseases, including liver problems and
Five years after it abolished Hinduism as the state religion, Nepal is working on a new criminal code forbidding a person from one faith to "convert a person or abet him to change his religion". This development is contained in a report by
It’s very surprising to note how a 17-year-old Pakistani Christian girl was taken hostage by a Muslim family whose daughter has allegedly eloped with the Christian's brother. The Release International, (http://www.allvoices.
Open Doors (www.opendoorsuk.org), the United Kingdom (UK) based Christian advocacy group has once again initiated a new advocacy campaign in Iraqi as tens of thousands of Christians are reported to have
Canon Andrew White leans over his desk and with a mischievous glint in his eye prepares to deliver what I now suspect is a signature move when greeting new guests. Handing over a copy of one of his books, his face breaks into a wide grin as he asks: "
Shahbaz Bhatti, the Federal Minister of Minorities in Pakistan was brutally assassinated this week on Wednesday when he was going to his office and than for a federal committee meeting near his mother's home.He was a leader with great
Residents gather outside Our Lady of Salvation church in Baghdad a day after gunmen stormed the church shooting parishoners and holding them hostage before eventually detonating explosives, killing 58 people and wounding 78. At least 65 Christians
Chris Smith (R-N.J.) confers with the chairman of the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, Frank Wolf (R-Va.), before a hearing begins, Jan. 20, on Capitol Hill. Egypt and Iraq are under siege and at risk of being driven from the region, warn experts,