A demand for honesty over Social Security's big lie
It's one of the oldest arguments against reforming Social Security program – don't touch my money! - but an expert on the issue says that's a deceptive belief.
Despite the protest of the Jewish community, hundreds of pro-Palestinian demonstrators were allowed to fly the flag of the Islamic terrorist group Hamas through the streets of London at the United Kingdom’s annual anti-Semitic Al-Quds Day event.
A watchdog group that defends religious freedom is welcoming the recently released State Department Annual Report on international religious freedom.
The American Center for Law and Justice says an outrageous miscarriage of justice continues in Turkey.
Extremism, injustice, and lawlessness – religious persecution of believers goes unabated in several Asian nations, with death and imprisonment often the result. OneNewsNow spoke with two watchdog groups about some recent tragedies.
Open Doors USA is celebrating the release of three Americans from North Korean custody but wants the world to know the horrors of the repressive regime.
An organization that serves persecuted Christians worldwide is pleased to see President Trump call attention to the deadly attacks on Christian farmers in Nigeria.
After calling the European Union (EU) to prosecute critics of Islam as criminals, Turkey is no longer considered a moderate Muslim nation that embraces Western influences, but one that now wants Western nations to enforce its harsh Islamic law against “infidels.”
There's a glimmer of hope in the Asia Bibi case in Pakistan, where a Christian woman is awaiting her fate.
A spokesman for a persecution watchdog group is hopeful that local protests in Nigeria will help put an end to the deadly violence perpetrated by Fulani terrorists.
A bipartisan U.S. government commission that monitors religious freedom around the globe has released an annual report that names the countries where freedom of religion is endangered or non-existent.
A Christian community in Pakistan has suffered its third attack claimed by ISIS in recent months, causing persecution advocates to call on the government to intervene.
The U.S. government and advocates for persecuted Christians are rallying behind an American pastor who has been imprisoned in Turkey, charged with "Christianization," and faces what would amount to a life sentence.
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