Where ISIS has directed and inspired attacks around the world

Kurds oust ISIS from Syrian Christian villages

US airstrikes credited for liberation of Christian villages in Syria

‘Syrians, Palestinians among most threatened minorities,’ human rights group says

ISIS finances are strong

Islamic State is not the greatest threat to global religious liberty

‘We are going through a terrible moment’: 242 Syrian Christians remain hostage after ransom offer rejected

Syrian Catholic leader pleads with US Christians not to forget his threatened church

Modern ‘Monuments Men’ seek to save Christian history from ISIS

Recruiting campaign: ISIS tentacles spread far, wide

How ISIS controls life, from birth to foosball

Aleppo’s Christians face rising violence

    AL Monitor: The people of the war-ravaged city of Aleppo have been through some very bad times during the past 2½ years of civil war, and they have gotten used to living in constant fear and uncertainty. The specter of death was ever-present; it never left them, not even inside their own homes or in their own beds. Yet, for all their tenacity, the events of Good Friday — April 10, according to the Eastern Christian calendar that most Syrian Christians observe — were a terror-filled nightmare that sent new shockwaves of despair and terror.

  • Posted: 04/16/2015
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  • Category: Global: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: www.al-monitor.com

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What everyone gets wrong about the persecution of Christians in Iraq

    The Week: Media coverage of Christian persecution in the Middle East was once all but non-existent. (A representative headline on this website last year declared, “The world’s most ancient Christian communities are being destroyed — and no one cares.”) And while awareness of this troubling topic hasn’t quite reached Biblical proportions yet, it’s certainly increasing. CBS’s 60 Minutes devoted severalsegments to the matter, National Geographic gave it a large spread in their magazine, and most recently, Newsweek devoted their cover story to “the new exodus” of Christians from the Middle East.

  • Posted: 04/10/2015
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  • Category: Global: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: theweek.com

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Bishop: Make war on ISIS

ISIS tweets destruction of more Christian sites

The real war on Christianity

Christian area in northeast Syria said to be under heavy ISIS assault

The genocide of Assyrians that started in Iraq continues in Syria

Who are the Assyrian Christians? Islamic State’s latest captives are part of a long-persecuted group

Kidnapped Assyrian Christians: Four more hostages released by Islamic State

Islamic State releases 19 Christians, more than 200 still captive: monitor

ISIS’ apocalyptic endgame: They want to defeat Christian crusaders — Americans — in a massive battle in a town in northern Syria

Inside ISIS: A Time Special Report

Activists: Number of Christians abducted by Islamic State rises to 220

72 Assyrian Christian families captured, 50 besieged by IS after Syria attack

Syrian Kurds cut IS supply line near Iraq; fears for Christians mount

Air strikes hit Islamic State in Syria after Christians abducted

Fate of Syrian Christians kidnapped by ISIS still unknown

On hating IS and loving people

Monitors: ISIL abducts 90 Assyrian Christians in Syria

Report: ISIS just kidnapped a group of at least 90 Christians, including children

Report: 20,000 ISIS supporters worldwide have flocked to Iraq, Syria to join terror group

Paradise lost: is Christianity doomed in the Middle East?

Colorado teen who tried to join ISIS gets 4-year sentence

Boko Haram emerges as brutal Islamic State of Africa

Relief in wartime chaos

Exiled, persecuted, but not forgotten: The Picture Christians Project

ISIS executes 150 women and girls, some pregnant, for refusing to become sex slaves and marry jihadists

Over 180 killed in major battle with Islamic militants in Syria; Insurgents capture military base

ISIS battle kills 67 soldiers; Terror group advances on final military air base in Syria

UN expert: ISIS received up to $45 million in ransom payments over the past year

Division and remembrance: Syria past and present

US confirms barbaric Muslim group ISIS beheaded American aid worker

Christian exodus in Iraq and Syria reached ‘Biblical proportions,’ Open Door says on Day of Prayer for persecuted church

Islamic State group abused captive Kurdish children, report says

Over 15,000 jihadists from 80 countries flooding in to fight for ISIS, UN reveals

Under Sharia: Women get punished for resisting being raped

Radicalized British mother takes 1 year old son with her to join ISIS

Vatican warns international community of new ISIS genocide

What’s really at stake in ISIS’s fight for Kobani

Facing ISIS, Middle Eastern evangelicals exchange strategies

Hundreds gather in multi-faith ceremony to honor ‘hero’ British aid worker beheaded by ISIS

Report: Islamic State sells Yazidi girls for $1,000, Yazidi boys forced to train to become ISIS militants

Iraq calls for help as ISIS nears Baghdad

Islamic State threatens to wreak havoc on Baghdad

Franciscan kidnapped by jihadists in Syria released but under “house arrest”

Kobani update: ISIS may be on the verge of taking the besieged Syrian city

Antiquities lost, casualties of war: In Syria and Iraq, trying to protect a heritage at risk

Forty-one children killed by suicide bomb attack near Syrian school

ISIS kills Iraqi woman activist in Mosul

Woman uses hidden camera to expose life under Islamic State (video)

Complete text of remarks by President Barack Obama to the United Nations General Assembly 2014

US, Arab allies hit IS strongholds in Syria, Iraq

Pentagon: Strikes on Islamic militants to continue

Why ISIS must be stopped

NY man charged with aiding ISIS, plotting to kill American soldiers

ISIS and the fight for religious freedom

Lack of concern for Christians is one reason behind rise of ISIS, says Open Doors president

Americans link violence with Muslims, but Obama says ISIL is not Islam

Children of ISIS killers play with severed heads

“In Defense of Christians” seeks to protect brethren from Egypt to Iraq

Saudi Arabia cracks down on Christian Bible studies – while arming Syrian terrorists

ISIS’ ‘cultural cleansing’ of Mideast Christians ignored by complacent Americans, Robert George complains

ISIS atrocities and beheadings continue from Syria to Iraq