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Islamic Persecution
December 20 2014 By dvirtue Christians "Most Persecuted Group in World"

The most historic and emblematic sign of Muslim persecution of Christians returned in February: Christians in Raqqa, Syria, under the occupation of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria [ISIS], which has since consolidated more territory, were given the three classic choices of Islam: 1) convert to Islam or 2) payjizya (tribute or extortion money, as in the Koran 9:29) and uphold all the conditions stipulated in the medieval Conditions of Omar--which include heavy restrictions on Christi

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December 03 2014 By dvirtue Before Being Killed, Children Told ISIS: 'No, We Love Jesus'

Find out more about Andrew White's ministry, The Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East, which provides humanitarian assistance to many of the Christians under attack by ISIS.
Be sure to watch his interview below, and spread the word about the horrific persecution going on
today.

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November 13 2014 By dvirtue Georgetown University panel shows how Islamic State's caliphate has justification in Islamic history and appeal for modern Muslims

Since then, the concept of the caliphate, something Shahin pointed out has been "embedded all along" in Islamic political programs, became the "raison d'être" of Islamist groups like the Muslim Brotherhood.

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November 07 2014 By dvirtue ROME: Where Even Buddha Grips the Sword

Of the twenty countries classified in the report with the highest level of violations of religious freedom, fourteen are officially Muslim, plus Nigeria which is religiously divided between Christians and Muslims but is under the sway of Boko Haram, one of the bloodiest expressions of radical Islam. Without counting the new self-declared Islamic State that has set itself up between Syria and Iraq, sowing death in the name of Allah.

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October 10 2014 By dvirtue Does Dhimmitude in Denmark Describe Our Destiny?

Per a series of Gatestone Institute reports (see here, here, here, here,

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October 08 2014 By dvirtue It's Time to Take the Islamic State Seriously

Ecumenism and liberalism both, in their differing ways, because of their commitment to tolerance and free speech, make it difficult to deal with what is happening in Islamic states. Islam is not friendly to relativism or to subtle distinctions.

Is terror intrinsic to Islam?

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September 05 2014 By dvirtue Radical Islam and its Invisible Victims

Perhaps more than any other country in the region, Syria has been a colourful patchwork of religious, ethnic and linguistic communities: the presence of Alawites and Druze, Eastern-rite Catholics and Orthodox, both Oriental and Chalcedonian, Sephardic Jews and Yazidis reveals the diversity of religions. As well as Arabic, Kurdish, Aramaic, Turkoman and Armenian are spoken there.

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August 24 2014 By dvirtue The Islamic State presents us with a wholly abnormal situation of national emergency

A multi-faith consortium has written to the Telegraph:

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August 20 2014 By dvirtue Persecuted Christians in Iraq are dying for Christ

The persecution of the Christian Church started immediately. The Deacon Stephen, Christianity's first martyr, spilled his blood at the hands of his persecutors, It was witnessed by a man from Tarsus -- Saul who, by his zealousness, was instrumental in the persecution of the early Church in Jerusalem.

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August 14 2014 By dvirtue Some things I’ve learned from the persecuted church

On the tenth day, the unrepentant Abacha dropped dead from a previously undiagnosed heart problem. He was just short of his 55th birthday. Even as Archbishop Joseph related the story to me it was with a breathless sense of the sovereignty of God.

From Archbishop Emmanuel Kolini

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