Category Archives: Human Rights

Robert Spencer Video: Why Muslim Persecution of Christians Has Escalated

<p><a href=”″>Robert Spencer</a> from <a href=”″>DHFC</a&gt; on <a href=””>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p> In this new video, I explain why Christian communities that have existed in the Middle East since the time of Christ have in recent years been attacked, and in many cases … Continue reading

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215,000,000 Christians Persecuted, Mostly by Muslims

by Raymond Ibrahim In short, the overwhelming majority of persecution that these 215 million Christians experience around the world — especially the worst forms, such as rape and murder — occurs at the hands of Muslims.  If time is on … Continue reading

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“They are not refugees, but a Muslim invasion force” said Viktor Orbán visiting Bavaria

Από ελεύθερη μετάφραση Δύο μέρες πριν από την έναρξη των διαπραγματεύσεων για τη σύσταση κυβέρνησης στη Γερμανία, ο  συντηρητικός πρωθυπουργός της Ουγγαρίας, Βίκτορ Ορμπάν, πήγε στη Βαυαρία για να συναντήσει τον σύμμαχό του Horst Seehofer, σύμμαχο της Μέρκελ και αφεντικό … Continue reading

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Turkey’s Genocide of the Assyrians Was an Islamist Crime

By Mardean Isaac Just over a century ago this week, Turkish and Kurdish forces invaded land that the Assyrian people had inhabited since antiquity and began exterminating them. The slaughter that ensued lasted from 1915-1923, leaving 300,000 Assyrians dead and … Continue reading

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Archbishop: Up to 10,000 Catholics leaving Bosnia-Herzegovina each year because of discrimination

By Robert Spencer Who is doing the discriminating? Bosnia-Herzegovina is 51% Muslim, and 15% Catholic. And Islamic law contains no societal model whereby Muslims and non-Muslims live together with equal rights. But Archbishop Puljić dares not spell out what is … Continue reading

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Christians Face Genocide in Middle East

By Joshua Philipp Christians are the target of genocide in the Middle East, where they face enslavement, rape, murder, and violence under the rule of Islamic extremists. When trying to flee, they face continuing threats to their lives in Europe’s … Continue reading

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Europe: Destroyed by the West’s Indifference?

by Giulio Meotti There are pictures one cannot forget — for instance, of Russian troops hoisting their flag over burning Berlin in 1945. It was the end of Nazism but the rise of Communism. Another photo is of U.S. Marines … Continue reading

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Turkey Uncensored: Yazidis – A History of Persecution

By Uzay Bulut Many nations have been victimized by Islamic supremacism and jihadist campaigns, but Yazidis – an ancient ethno-religious community indigenous to northern Mesopotamia – seem to be one of the main and continued victims of this genocidal ideology.

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Τα όρια του συμβιβασμού και της εθνικής αξιοπρέπειας

του Πέτρου Θ. Παντελίδη Η δική μας αξιοπρέπεια και τα εθνικά μας όρια δεν επιτρέπουν συμβιβασμό με εκ περιτροπής προεδρία, ΒΕΤΟ στους Τουρκοκυπρίους, δικαίωμα εγκατάστασης στους Τούρκους υπηκόους και αποδοχή της ιδιοκτησίας στους σφετεριστές.

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Turkey: Erdogan’s Stalinist Purge

by Giulio Meotti End of August, Madrid: At the Turkish government’s request through Interpol, Spanish police arrested a famous Turkish writer, Dogan Akhanli, who was on vacation in Spain. A few days earlier, in Barcelona, Spanish authorities had arrested the … Continue reading

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