Category Archives: Persecution of Christians

Ηνωμένο Βασίλειο: Διακρίσεις εναντίων Χριστιανών προσφύγων

της Judith Bergman από ελεύθερη μετάφραση Ο ΟΗΕ πρότεινε 1.358 σύριους πρόσφυγες για επανεγκατάσταση στη Βρετανία κατά το πρώτο τρίμηνο του 2018, εκ των οποίων μόνο τέσσερις ήταν χριστιανοί. Η Βρετανία συμφώνησε να επανεγκαταστήσει 1.112 από αυτούς τους πρόσφυγες, όλοι τους … Continue reading

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Ο Ερντογάν επέβαλε στον Βαρθολομαίο και άλλους ηγέτες θρησκειών ταπεινωτική δήλωση

Του ΝΙΚΟΥ ΜΕΛΕΤΗ Τους ηγέτες των μη μουσουλμανικών κοινοτήτων στην Τουρκία, κοινότητες οι οποίες εχουν νοιώσει στο πετσί τους την πολιτική διακρίσεων και εξόντωσης που εφάρμοσε διαχρονικά το τουρκικο κράτος εναντίον τους , επιστρατεύει τωρα ο Ταγίπ Ερντογάν προκειμένου να … Continue reading

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Οι Γιεζίντι υπόκεινται σε αναγκαστικό εξισλαμισμό στο Αφρίν

Από την ιστοσελίδα Οι Γιεζίντι, οι οποίοι υπήρξαν πρόσφατα στόχος σφαγής, βιασμών και σεξουαλικής εκμετάλλευσης από την Ίσις, αντιμετωπίζουν τώρα το βίαιο εξισλαμισμό, υπό την απειλή θανάτου, από τις δυνάμεις που υποστηρίχθηκαν από την Τουρκία και οι οποίες κατέλαβαν … Continue reading

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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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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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The NGO Industry’s Terror Trail. Gatestone’s Person of the Week: Dr. Gerald Steinberg

by Ruthie Blum All a group has to say to garner the support of many European politicians is that its mission is to promote human rights. The words have a “halo effect,” a term used in psychology to describe the … Continue reading

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The Greek Genocide: Deportations

One of the primary methods used to bring about the destruction of Greek (Rum) communities in the Ottoman Empire during the Greek Genocide (1913-1923) was deportation.

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