Persecution of Christians

Nativity scene removed from Montreal-area town hall 8 December 2011
By Christine Bouthillier

MONTREAL - A posh Montreal suburb has decided to remove a nativity scene and menorah from town hall rather than acquiesce to demands from a Muslim group to erect Islamic religious symbols. The


Lahore, false accusation of blasphemy against a Christian. Fears for his life

Asia News 7 December 2011
By Jibran Khan

Lahore - A Christian of 25 was yesterday accused of blasphemy in the district of Qazi, Shahdra, Lahore. Construction worker Khurram Masih, married for two months, was working at the


Central Java, Islamic extremists against Christians: five churches at risk demolition

Asia News 7 December 2011
By Mathias Hariyadi

Jakarta - An Islamic extremist group in Pracimantoro, a town in the district of Wonogiri, in central Java, has appealed to local government for the demolition of five Protestant churches


Pakistan: 95 percent of blasphemy charges are false

Aid to the Church in Need 7 December 2011
By Eva-Maria Kolmann and John Pontifex

NINETY-FIVE PERCENT of prosecutions in Pakistan for insulting the Prophet Mohammed or the Qur?an are false, according to a high-profile Muslim lawyer in the country. According to the legal expert,


Genocide warning for the Mideast

Act for America 6 December 2011

Most people aren’t aware that since we toppled the regime of Saddam Hussein, over a half million Christians have been forced to flee Iraq due to persecution by Iraqi Muslims. Now, the so-called


An 'Arab Winter' Chills Christians 5 December 2011

BARTELLA, Iraq—The plight of Iraqi Christians since the fall of Saddam Hussein has been agonizingly personal for Aram Butrus Matti. Hanging on the wall in his parents' home here in northern Iraq


Holiday Travel

The Dry Bones Blog 5 December 2011
By Yaakov Kirschen

Below is from a letter to President Obama written by Dr. John Eibner CEO of Christian Solidarity International: "Dear Mr. President, Today, Christian Solidarity International (CSI)


Zakho, Iraqi Islamic extremists attack Christian-owned shops and properties

Asia News 5 December 2011

Baghdad - A group of protesters linked to the Islamic extremist wing, composed mostly of young people, yesterday stormed several Christian-owned shops, a hotel and a beauty parlour. The


Video: Robert Spencer in Australia

Vlad Tepes Blog 3 December 2011
Sheik Yer'mami

In this interview with Sheik Yer'mami of Winds of Jihad, Robert Spencer explains the fictional character of the person "Muhammad", the contrast between the religious self-identification of Jews and Christians versus Islamic supremacism, and responds to questions from the audience.


Britain: Islam In, Christianity Out

Hudson New York 2 December 2011
By Soeren Kern

A Christian worker in Britain has filed a lawsuit after losing her job when she exposed a campaign of systematic harassment by fundamentalist Muslims.

In a landmark legal case, Nohad Halawi, a former employee at London's Heathrow Airport, is suing her former employer for unfair dismissal, claiming that Christian staff members, including her, were discriminated against because of their religious beliefs.


Why We Should Call Ourselves Christians

FrontPage Magazine 2 December 2011
By Mark Tapson

It is a commonplace that one of the principal reasons for the much-discussed civilizational decline of the West is the loss of religious faith, at least in Europe, where multiculturalism and secularism have been elevated to religious status. (This is not to say that America’s religious character also isn’t under assault in ways large and small; witness, for example, President Obama’s absolute omission of any reference to God in last week’s Thanksgiving address, in which the once-and-future community organizer referred to the holiday as a mere "celebration of community”).


Attacks on missionaries continue, journalist says

Hurriyet Daily News 30 November 2011

After years of trials, investigations, media reports and countless allegations, a case into the notorious torture and murder of three missionaries in Malatya has yet to reach any satisfactory conclusion. A recent book on the subject, however, seeks to cut through the conjecture to shed important light on the background and details of the massacre.


Muslim refugees, yes – Christian refugees, no

WND 30 November 2011
By Pamela Geller

Christians are in imminent danger across the world, and yet they are being refused refugee status, while Muslim refugee immigration goes on unimpeded. U.S. policy regarding refugee resettlement


• 50.000 x EuropeNews & ”No Tolerance for Intolerance”

EuropeNews 28 November 2011

EuropeNews has now reached 50.000 posts, marking more than four years of uninterrupted service in basically the same form as we started

The fundamental aim of EuropeNews remains the same as well, namely providing a compact overview of news that matter. Also unchanged is our slogan:

"No Tolerance for Intolerance – No Apology for Being Free”.

The Paradox of Tolerance

The first part of our slogan derives from the Paradox of Tolerance, that a person or a group taking pride in his supreme tolerance might in fact be profoundly intolerant, not least against those he judges to be "intolerant”, be it in the form of "bigoted”, "discriminating” or even "racist”. The classical notion that discriminating is wisdom and a virtue, not a sin, seems all but forgotten.


Christian worker loses her job after being 'targeted' by Islamic extremists

Telegraph 28 November 2011
By Jonathan Wynne-Jones

Nohad Halawi, who worked at Heathrow Airport, is suing her former employers for unfair dismissal, claiming that she and other Christian staff at the airport were victims of systematic harassment


Christian forced out of job by Muslims - Heathrow again

UP Pompeii 28 November 2011

What would happen if a Christian was accused of bullying a Muslim in the workplace, the first thing that would happen is that the Christian would be suspended, if the Christian was working via an


Punjab, Catholic activist murdered by Muslim Mafia

Asia News 28 November 2011
By Jibran Khan

Islamabad - A group of men linked to the land mafia, led by Nadeem Ashraf, has murdered Akram Masih, a Pakistani activist, a married father of four children, in Khurda Renala, Okara


Muslims Stone Catholic Festival-Goers in France

Islam versus Europe 25 November 2011
By Cheradenine Zakalwe

Muslims have attacked Christians attending a Catholic celebration in southern France. The Joyeuse Union Don Bosco [Joyous Union Don Bosco] takes place in Nîmes, at the Sanctuary of Our Lady the


Retired Pakistani archbishop: Fear has silenced Christians

Catholic News Service 25 November 2011

TORONTO -- Fear has silenced the voice of Pakistani Christians since the political murder of Shahbaz Bhatti last spring, said the retired archbishop of Lahore, Pakistan. "People are very


Punjab, Catholic activist murdered by Muslim Mafia

Asia News 25 November 2011
By Jibran Khan

Islamabad - A group of men linked to the land mafia, led by Nadeem Ashraf, has murdered Akram Masih, a Pakistani activist, a married father of four children, in Khurda Renala, Okara

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