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Egyptian Christians return to worship in church destroyed by Muslim Brotherhood

Islamist mob parades nuns in Cairo as prisoners of war after six hours looting church school and replacing cross with banner resembling Al Qaeda flag

63 Egyptian Christian Churches Looted, Torched or Attacked

Did Morsi Really Win the Egyptian Presidency?

Imam in Pakistan Acquitted of Desecrating Koran, Framing Christian Girl for ‘Blasphemy’

Nigerian terrorists target the U.S.

‘Million Muslim March’ set for Sept. 11 in Washington D.C. undergoes name change

Persecution Egyptian Christian: Demonstrators not representative of Muslims there

Islamic Militants Kill 13 In Northeast Nigeria

Federal judge throws out Oklahoma’s ban on Sharia law

At Least 37 Killed Across Country In Egypt Clashes

AFLC Asks MI Federal Court to Lift Ban on “Leaving Islam” Bus Ad

Egyptian Islamists Target Christian Churches in Wave of Apparently Coordinated Attacks

Death toll from Egypt violence rises to 638

Egyptian Govt Calls On Morsi Supporters to End Violence, as Islamists Burn Down Scores of Christian Churches and Homes

Christians must oppose anti-Muslim discrimination | Religion News

Egypt’s Brotherhood vows to bring down ‘military coup’

‘Peaceful’ Brotherhood Protesters Torching Coptic Christian Churches

Egypt’s military claims Morsi protesters were armed

Egypt bloodshed: At least 95 killed as troops clear pro-Morsi camps

Britain Denounces Attack On Nigeria Mosque

Egypt: Islamist Protesters, Police Clash In Cairo

CAIR likens UCF professor to KKK for calling Islam a ‘threat to America’

Hard-liners Challenge Iran’s Proposed Cabinet

Egyptians Enraged by U.S. Outreach to Muslim Brotherhood

Coptic Christian Girl Shot Dead in Egypt

Uzbekistan: Religious freedom survey, August 2013

McCain and Graham Meet With the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt

Silencing a secularist in Turkey

Statement by the President on the Occasion of Eid al-Fitr

Egypt’s Coup Puts Fearful Christians In A Corner

2 British Women Attacked With Acid In Zanzibar

Al Qaeda Flag Flies High Above Christian Churches

U.S. Failing to Address Terror Against Nigerian Christians, Warns Expert

Turkish gov’t is building a $100M mosque in Maryland

Arab elites push back political Islam

‘Some girls have been married 60 times by the time they turn 18′

Muslim Persecution of Christians: May, 2013

In Nervous Egypt, Killings Breed Sinister Theories

Ethiopia Sees Muslim Anti-government Protests

Eritrea punishes 39 Christians high school students for their faith

Bangladesh Court Voids Registration of Country’s Largest Islamic Party

Prayers for an Intrepid Priest Missing in Syria

Nigeria: Death Toll In Blasts In Christian Area 27

World leaders should unite to end anti-Christian persecution, Vladimir Putin says

Sectarian violence in Guinea; churches burned down

Al Qaeda group kidnaps Italian priest in Syria: activists

USCIRF Condemns Saudi Blasphemy Sentence

No Israelis in future Palestinian state, Abbas says

Harsh ‘Blasphemy’ Sentence as Saudi Arabia Continues to Evade US Religious Freedom Sanctions

Saudi blogger sentenced to jail term and 600 lashes for insulting Islam

Churches Bombed in Kano, Nigeria, Killing 45 People, Christian Leaders Say

Textbook Praises Islam, Denigrates Christianity

Christian Tragedy in the Muslim World

Crackdown in Egypt Fans U.S. Fears

Egypt arrests more Islamists as EU official visits

America’s ‘stunning betrayal’ | The Nation

Eastern Orthodox Churches call for end to increasing persecution

    Interfax-religion: News about tortures and murders are coming from Nigeria, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and India. In Kosovo, religious shrines are being defiled, many churches have been destroyed, and many people are deprived of the opportunity to visit the graves of their relatives and to pray to God in the land of their ancestors. The situation in the Middle East causes deep concern. Many countries of this region are swept with a wave of violence and terror, with Christians falling victims to it. Libya, where there are almost no Christians left, is breaking into warring tribes. Terrorist acts go on in Iraq, where one tenth of the former one and a half million Christians has left. The situation in Egypt is getting more and more alarming as the conflict there has entered into another bloody phase and the Christian population flees the country in a mass exodus

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In Egypt’s public squares, dueling definitions of democracy

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Obama celebrates Ramadan: ‘Islam has contributed to the character’ of US

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Egyptian General Calls for Mass Demonstrations

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