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Iranian women protesting the hijab

In the U.S. women’s marches protesting for women’s rights, the poster symbolizing the movement shows a Muslim woman wearing a hijab–or head covering. On the American political left, it’s seen as an ...

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Young missionaries open business to serve people

Going to the nations so that the nations will come to you. That’s the mission behind the newly owned Zion Hostel and Cafe. It’s located in the heart of Chiang Mai, Thailand, ...

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Children’s games get Indonesian Christians flogged

Can playing games at a children’s carnival get you flogged in Muslim Indonesia? Apparently so, after two Indonesian Christians were publicly flogged in conservative Aceh province. The punishment took place in front ...

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Irish Catholics upset World Meeting of Families features LGBT couples

Catholics from around the world will gather in Dublin, Ireland this August for the Catholic Families conference to promote the church’s constant and unchanging teaching on marriage and family life. It coincides ...

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Palestinians torturing Palestinians for stopping terrorists

JERUSALEM, Israel – What do you call a man who saves the lives of innocent men, women and children from terrorists? A hero? Not if that hero is a Palestinian preventing terror ...

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Women unite Friday for World Day of Prayer

Around the world it is primarily women who are on the front lines in defending their families and villages from attacks against Christianity. Often it leads to the ultimate cost for themselves, ...

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America’s Jerusalem Embassy will open May 18

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Making good on a promise that three former presidents made but refused to honor, President Trump has ensured the new US embassy in Jerusalem will now open in 10 weeks. The opening ...

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Syrian death toll climbs, many seek help in Israel

JERUSALEM, Israel – Aerial and artillery bombardment by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces thisweek have killed more than 150 people and injured some 390, including children, the BBC quoted the Syrian Observatory ...

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Christians prevented from holding services as authorities impose fine

Xuchang, Henan — Officials imposed a hefty fine on impoverished Christians in China’s central Henan province recently, threatening their future opportunities to hold future services. The leaders of an unregistered village church ...

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Chinese Christians being sent to ‘re-education’ camps

 Just ahead of this month’s Olympics, it has been revealed that more than 100 Christians have been sent to “re-education” camps in China’s north-western Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in the past few ...

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Dwight Widaman: Can you believe the headlines?

You no doubt have seen the breathless headlines reporting about Cape Town and western South Africa running out of water after a lengthy drought. I saw a detailed report earlier this week ...

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Olympic games get special Bible app for free download

Museum of the Bible is inviting Olympic fans to learn about how the Bible — the best-selling, most influential book in history — has impacted the Olympic games and the athletes who ...

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Artifacts tell story of Jews fleeing to Shanghai

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As the world prepares to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Jan. 27, a recently unveiled exhibit at a Holocaust museum in Brooklyn tells the largely untold story of Eastern European religious ...

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Brownback approved to fight for religious rights

After a close vote, the Senate approved the nomination of Governor Sam Brownback (R-Kansas) to be the Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom, a job then-Senator Brownback was pivotal in creating ...

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Dead Sea Scroll translation sheds light on festivals Jesus celebrated

Researchers at the world-renowned University of Haifa, Israel have completed the translation of one of the last two parts of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Dr. Eshbal Ratson and Prof. Jonathan Ben-Dov of ...

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Forum offers $1 million to U.N. agency to change policies on refugees

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The Middle East Forum announces a donation of one million dollars to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). After the U.S. Government partially ...

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Muslim militants kill man for cross tattoo

Militants belonging to the ‘State of Sinai’ group in Egypt have promised to “kill more Copts” after murdering a 27-year-old Coptic man because of the tattoo of a cross on his wrist. ...

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Nigeria sees Christians slaughtered by Muslims on New Years

Reports are filtering out of New Year celebrations marked by incidents which claimed dozen lives across Nigeria. According to local sources and media, the attacks were carried out by suspected Fulani herdsmen ...

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Busy year for improved U.S., Israel relations

U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley is proving to be a powerhouse on the diplomatic front. She has emerged as the most vociferous supporter of Israel in the last 50 years. 2017 saw many ...

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Evolutionist retracts key study on origin of life

A secular scientist who attempted to explain the origins of life has made a bold admission that bolsters arguments against Darwinian evolution. Jack Szostak of Harvard University published a 2016 paper in ...

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News from 2017 that Christians can celebrate

For all the bad news in the world, there were many news stories that Christians could celebrate in 2017. Major events in 2017 have given American Christians many reasons to celebrate. Here ...

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Video shows moment terrorists attack Methodist church

  After terrorists attacked a Methodist church, Pakistani Christian mourners today are burying their dead only days before they should be celebrating Christ’s birth. Dramatic video shows how terrorists launching their attack. ...

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Miss Iraq flees homeland over photo with Israeli

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Death threats are being leveled the Miss Universe contestant from Iraq, Sarah Idan, after an Instagram post went viral. The selfie showed her with her friend Miss Israel with a heartfelt wish ...

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Surprise! Congress agrees with Trump on Jerusalem move

Below is a list of statements from members of Congress following the administration’s Dec. 6 announcement that the United States will now officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel: U.S. Senate: ...

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Editorial—Jerusalem: The Capital of Israel

On Dec. 6, the United States officially recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. As part of this historic announcement, President Trump initiated the process of relocating the U.S. embassy there. For ...

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