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2011 (By Year)
Feds' rhetoric imperils Christian values, beliefs
A California-based organization has released its annual list of anti-Christian acts in America for 2010 -- a list determined through an online poll.
Assassination revolves around blasphemy law
A governor in Pakistan has been assassinated, authorities say, over his opposition to the nation's much misused blasphemy law.
Prayer could alter court's decision
A Pakistani Christian who is facing the death penalty for "blasphemy" against Mohammed is awaiting word on her appeal.
North Korea keeping heavy thumb on Christians
Open Doors USA has released its latest list of the top 50 countries that impose the heaviest persecution on Christians -- and North Korea continues to lead the way.
Afghan Christian under gov't pressure
A Christian in Afghanistan is currently facing punishment as severe as the death penalty if he doesn't choose to convert back to Islam.
U.S. recognizes Christian persecution
The United States announced last week that it is "deeply concerned" about a rise in persecution against Christians -- a response welcomed by an international relief ministry.
Summit for the suffering
Christian broadcaster Norm Nelson is taking part in a four-day crisis delegation that is looking into the violence against Iraqi Christians.
Iran rounds up Christians in crackdown
Iran has arrested about 70 Christians since Christmas in a crackdown that belies the Islamic government's claim that it provides room for other faiths.
Foreign police assault U.S. ambassador
The United States wants to know why Vietnamese police recently assaulted an American diplomat who tried to visit a Catholic priest.
'Outrageous' for believers not to feel each other's pain
An organization that defends persecuted Christians worldwide is urging U.S. believers to "feel the plight" of the believers who are dying and tortured for their faith.
Torture continues in African nation
Upon WikiLeaks' release of a cable exposing the persecution of Christians in Eritrea, the Body of Christ is being asked to respond.
Vietnamese believers a 'threat' to gov't
News has surfaced about the increased persecution of a mostly-Christian tribal group in Vietnam.
Ethiopian Christians face tough ultimatum
More Christians in Ethiopia are facing persecution from Muslims.
New year not so good for some believers
An advocacy group for persecuted Christians around the world is lamenting the global increase in persecution against believers in 2011.
The impasse in Egypt
The political turmoil in Egypt has Christians in that country asking for worldwide prayer -- and a Christian apologist expressing heightened concern for the nation of Israel.
Time for U.S. to protect Christians
In the wake of increased violence and targeted discrimination against Christians in countries like Egypt, Iraq, and Pakistan, a U.S. congressman has introduced legislation that calls for a special envoy to protect religious minorities.
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