The decades-long campaign of violence against those accused of insulting Islam seems to be succeeding
Paul MarshallSeptember 7, 2022
It is awful enough news that Egypt’s Christians are suffering the effects of years of restrictions on building churches. Yet it is even worse news that they may, yet again, have also become the target of Islamic terrorists.
Paul MarshallSeptember 2, 2022
Al-Qaeda’s Call To Assassinate Egyptian Author Ibrahim Eissa Highlights Dilemma Of Anti-Islamist Voices
Romany ShakerAugust 31, 2022
With the 2023 presidential elections looming, the Turkish government is escalating its aggression against dissident journalists, human rights defenders, and Kurdish political activists in the country.
Uzay BulutAugust 26, 2022
The connection between al Qaeda and Iran was hardly recognized until the discovery of documents in Bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan
Farhad RezaeiAugust 23, 2022
Paradises, Protestant or not, do not survive unless robustly defended.
Mark TooleyAugust 17, 2022
Distinguishing between intentional persecution and national malfeasance is difficult for Egyptian Copts.
Samuel TadrosAugust 17, 2022
Tassos Isaak and Solomos Solomou were killed by Turkish Invaders. They should be honored.
Uzay BulutAugust 12, 2022
The Byzantine emperor, crusaders and Armenian nobility were statesmen, not theologians: their geopolitical situations guided their decision-making more than theological considerations.
Alexander J. MiguelAugust 11, 2022
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