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Christian Persecution Intensifies

  For those of us who live in comfortable homes in safe democracies, persecution of Christians and martyrdom may seem like a cruel historical fact, but nothing could be further from the truth. Sunday the 13th of November marked the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church in 2016, a date that Christians across… Read More »

Islamic State explains to West: “Why We Hate You”

The leaders of the Islamic State (IS or ISIS) are nothing if not accomplished advocates and propagandists for their cause. In addition to glitzy videos regularly distributed via social media, they produce an eye-catching color online magazine, Dabiq—named after a town in northern Syria where, according to Islamic writings, Muslim armies will meet and defeat… Read More »

The Real Caliphate Threat Is Not From ISIS But Turkey

The social media reach of ISIS has allowed it to recruit thousands of foreign fighters per month to its cause and build connections with other terror networks across Asia, Africa and the Middle East. But, beset by a coalition of powerful militaries and forced to cede territory in Iraq and Syria, its dreams of a… Read More »

Muslims to Europe: Migration or Invasion; the Perfect Trojan Horse

By Tom Olago What started out as a humanitarian gesture to alleviate the suffering of hordes of refugees fleeing wars and other related calamities is now turning into a nightmare for the host nations. So much so that the facilities and resources required to sustain these operations have been stretched to breaking points. Public support… Read More »

ISIS, the Caliphate, is Evil Incarnate

by Matthew Clark Each day we see new evidence of the unthinkable atrocities and barbarism unleashed by ISIS, the radical Islamic terrorist group oppressing much Iraq and Syria. Recently, ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow and Senior Counsel Skip Ash compiled a report detailing the history, extent, and gravity of the danger posed by this ruthless… Read More »