Right Side News 30 April 2013
By Raymond Ibrahim
- Jesus painting splattered with the blood of Christian worshipers killed during the 2011 bombing of the Church of Two Saints
The Modern Era
After some 14 centuries of persecution and church attacks,Egypt’s Copts ushered in the 2011 new year by having one of their largest Jesus painting splattered with the blood of Christian worshipers killed during the 2011 bombing of the Church of Two SaintsJesus painting splattered with the blood of Christian worshipers killed during the 2011 bombing of the Church of Two Saintschurches attacked:
International Business Times 16 April 2013
By Palash R. Ghosh
Techie from Sudan arrested for marrying minor girl from Hyderabad
Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain 13 March 2013
Countless individuals accused of apostasy and blasphemy face threats, imprisonment, and execution
Blasphemy laws in over 30 countries and apostasy laws in over 20 aim primarily to restrict thought, expression and the rights of Muslims, ex-Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
FrontPage Magazine 22 February 2013
By Daniel Greenfield
…Islam. Fighting the War on Women since the year 610.
Afghanistan is going really well, as you might have heard. The negotiations with the Taliban are going smoothly and they just put in a bid to kill 20 percent more women and girls in the new united Afghan government.
Radical Islam 4 February 2013
By Raymond Ibrahim
Reports of Christian persecution by Muslims around the world during the month of November include (but are not limited to) the following accounts. They are listed by form of persecution, and in country alphabetical order, not necessarily according to severity:
The Muslim Issue 8 January 2013
Israel Matzav 7 December 2012
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Al Arabiya News 15 November 2012
At least five pornographic websites are among Egypt’s 100 most frequently visited online destinations this year, according to Alexa, a division of Amazon.com that tracks online traffic patterns globally.
The statistic proves particularly significant as Egyptian web surfers may soon be stripped of all access to Internet pornography sites.