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Pro-Muslim measure gradually fading
A "defamation of religion" resolution before the United Nations appears to be losing steam.
Supplication for suffering Somali Christians
Southern Somalia's largest and most comprehensive Christian library has been destroyed by Islamic militants who continue to threaten and persecute believers, so one organization is encouraging Americans to take prayerful action.
Iraqi Christians caught in grim circumstances
Christians in Iraq are preparing to quietly celebrate Christmas and chance the risk of severe persecution from al-Qaeda.
'Operation Deterrent' targeting underground church
Chinese authorities are cracking down on the house church movement in China, calling the population of believers an "evil cult."
Egyptian gov't persecuting Christians
An organization that aids persecuted Christians hopes Americans will take action in response to a government-authorized attack in Egypt against a group of unarmed Christians.
Friend or not, Vietnam persecuting believers
Some members of Congress are taking issue with Vietnam over persecution of Christians.
Iranian Christians persecuted for rejecting Islam
A Christian pastor in Iran is facing the death penalty for renouncing Islam, even though he didn't practice any other faith before his conversion to Christianity.
North Korea remains Christians' No. 1 persecutor
An organization that serves persecuted Christians around the world has ranked North Korea, a country plagued by war and political tension, as number one on its list of countries that are hostile towards believers.
Petition hopes to help Chinese Christian
A campaign is under way to free an imprisoned attorney in China.
Judicial reform a waste in Afghanistan?
Despite American efforts to reform Afghanistan's judicial system, an Afghan convert to Christianity -- if charged with apostasy -- may be judged according to sharia law.
Christian may face trial in sharia court
A Christian in Afghanistan is to stand trial, possibly for apostasy, following published video of some baptisms.
'Blasphemous' Pakistani prisoner released
A Pakistani Christian who faced the death penalty for blasphemy against Mohammed is free from prison, but a spokesman for persecuted believers warns that she could still be in danger.
Chinese human rights advocate disappears again
With the second disappearance of a human rights attorney in China, family members are concerned and are hoping to find help in the U.S.
Pro-Islam U.N. resolution nearing vote
The United Nations is about to consider the "Defamation of Religions Resolution" -- but as Open Doors USA points out, the measure is really designed to protect only one religion: Islam.
Pakistani Christian facing death for 'blasphemy'
International Christian Concern is working to hire legal counsel for a Pakistani woman condemned to death for blasphemy.
Caution urged on U.N. resolution
In 2009, the United Nations General Assembly voted to adopt a resolution on the defamation of religion. While that may sound like a good thing, Patrick Beard of Indigenous Outreach International believes otherwise.
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