01/11/2014 By now Bibi has become an international symbol of Christian persecution, something that should have been used as a catalyst to reboot the indifference towards such global suffering five years ago. Five years later and she remains languishing in a prison cell. Her story in itself is not unique and instead echoes thousands … More Pakistan’s Asayia Bibi: A Foregone Conclusion?
08/03/2015 With the exception of the United States, most countries have remained silent while Pastor Saeed Abedini continues to languish in a prison cell, as has been his circumstance since the summer of 2012. I stumbled across his plight a few months ago when scrolling through articles on the CBN webpage. As I scoured … More Iran’s Saeed Abedini: A Crime of Christianity
07/04/2015 The name Meriam Ibrahim became infamous throughout the world when refusing to denounce her Christian faith in 2014, leading to her being imprisoned and shackled – a brutal condition under which she brought her second child into the world. I count myself blessed in growing up in the example of two resilient parents, … More Meriam Ibrahim: Chained for Christ
13/10/2015 In recent years 30, 000 Pakistani Christians are said to have applied for asylum or refugee status in Thailand, Malaysia and Sri Lanka – according to the country’s religious and political leaders. The notion of asylum was recently brought to my attention when I came across heinous and downright ignorant comments about my own … More Asylum figures soar as Pakistan’s Christians escape persecution
16/01/2016 After a painful, long-suffering and tortuous 3 year-imprisonment, Pastor Saeed Abedini has been released by Iranian officials which has been confirmed by his wife today. Readers of the blog will already be aware of the ordeal of Abedini and his family as I blogged about it back in March 2015 : https://infidelsareus.com/2015/03/08/irans-saeed-abedini-a-crime-of-christianity/ This is indeed … More Iranian regime releases Pastor Saaed Abedini
07/09/2014 A diplomatic report dated 1986 described the Armenian massacres of Christians during the Ottoman Empire in 1895-96: 88,000 dead, 568 Churches destroyed, 328 Churches converted into Mosques, 2,400 villages looted and 646 villages forcefully Islamicised. The brutal persecution of Armenians further continued for over 30 years, reaching its peak in 1915. The total … More Islamic Holocaust On The Horizon As World Ignores Christian Genocide
09/09/2014 The official estimate for the number of refugees globally passes the 50 million mark for the first time since World War II. According to UNHCR reports, over half of this figure belongs to refugee children. In a world experiencing a severe deficit of peace, security and stability, millions of people around the globe … More Persecuted Global Refugees: No Place To Call Home