San Diego Iraqi Christians alert public of Christian holocaust in Middle East

San Diego is home to the second largest Iraqi Christian community in America. Late lastJuly over 1,000 people from this community gathered near the El Cajon Civic Center to express their alarm regarding the recent persecution of Iraqi Christians in Iraq.

Iraqi Christians brace for ISIS jihadists after army flees

Militants from the al-Qaida-inspired Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) taking aim at captured Iraqi soldiers Photo: AP

IRAQ: Court Releases Christian Girl Sentenced for Murder

In prison at the age of 14 for having fatally stabbed her uncle in northern Iraq, Asya Ahmad Muhammad’s early release on Nov. 10 thanks to a juvenile court decision was overshadowed by fear of retaliation from her extended Muslim family.

TURKEY: Christians’ Trial For Insulting Turkishness’ Stalls Again

Two years into a trial for “insulting Turkishness” that has been light on evidence and heavy on mud-slinging at Turkey’s Protestant community, a court proceeding last week brought no progress.

TURKEY: Suspect In Malatya Murders Expected State Support

Lawyers and judges in the case of three Christians murdered here in April 2007 are continuing to investigate whether the attack was masterminded by troubled youths or shadowy elements of the Turkish state.

Egypt: Father's Brief Conversion Traps Daughters in Islam

An Egyptian Coptic Christian woman has been sentenced to three years in prison for failing to uphold her Islamic identity – an identity she didn’t know she had for over four decades.

Egypt: Court Gives Christian Boys To Muslim Father

Following the Appeal Court of Alexandria on Sept. 24 granting custody of 13-year-old Christian twins to their Muslim father, their mother lives with the fear that police will take away her children at any moment.




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