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Coptic Doctor and Wife Killed, Daughter Kidnapped in Libya

An Egyptian Coptic Christian doctor and his wife were killed Tuesday in the Libyan city of Sirte by unknown gunmen and their daughter was taken to an unknown location, according to a local Libyan official.


The Last Christmas in Baghdad?
By Richard Spencer– The Telegraph

There are just 1,500 Christians left in the suburb of Dora, down from 150,000 a decade ago


There will be no last stand for the besieged Iraqi Christians of Dora.


Father Timothaeus Issa talks of holding out for the sake of his dwindling flock, but even he is packing his bags, just in case.


He Is Born and Nothing Will Ever Be the Same
By The Canonry of Saint Leopold - Aleteia

How deep, how vast, how reckless is His love for us

Something strange is happening!

Come with me, now! Up, up to the Great Courts of Heaven, where ’round the Eternal Throne of God Almighty, a strange, hushed silence has fallen. The Great Hymn of Praise, uninterrupted since the beginning of Time, has ceased for a moment.


Rights Activist Appeals to the Ministry of Interior to Protect Naga'a Rizq's Copts.

Dr. Naguib Gobrail, President of the Egyptian Union for Human Rights, wrote yesterday [December 14] to the Minister of Interior General Mohamed Ibrahim, to alert him to the persecution of Naga'a Rizq's Copts, restricted from church worship. 

Al-Azhar: The Islamic State (ISIS) Is a Terrorist Organization, But It Must Not Be Accused of Heresy

In recent days, Al-Azhar, considered the most important educational institute and religious authority in the Sunni Islamic world, has been forced to deal with the question of whether members of the Islamic State (ISIS) are heretics.


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