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Monthly Archives: February 2012

Pakistan’s Blasphemy Law: Ethnic Cleansing Of Christians

Children raped and tortured, families extorted, abuse and violence taking place at the expense of terrified victims who remain silent: this is the reality of what is happening to the Christian community in some suburban quarters of Karachi, Southern Pakistan’s biggest city and the capital of the Sindh province. Speaking to Catholic news agency Fides,Continue Reading

Egypt. In Just One Year, More Than One Thousand Christians Have Died

One year after the bombing outside Two Saints Church in Alexandria that killed more than twenty worshippers, “the facts regarding those responsible for committing this horrible crime are no clearer,” Asia News reports. Egypt (Asia News) – One year has passed since the terrible massacre in the Church of the Two Saints, in Alexandria onContinue Reading

Bethlehem. The Christian Population In The Palestinian Territories Has Dropped Dramatically

Due primarily to religious persecution, the Christian population in the Palestinian Territories has dropped dramatically. For instance, the persecution of Christians in Bethlehem has caused the population to slump to 7,500 from 20,000 in 1995, the year the IDF left the city. (Since Israel’s withdrawal Bethlehem and its surroundings also became hotbeds for Hamas andContinue Reading

Christians In Gaza Have Faced Increasing Persecution Since Hamas Wrested Control

Christians in Gaza have faced increasing persecution since Hamas wrested control of the Strip in June 2007. Since taking control, Hamas has been instituting sharia (Islamic) law throughout the coastal enclave, which, among other things, forbids any non-Muslim from sharing his or her faith. In January 2010, Majed El Shafie, president of One Free WorldContinue Reading

Muslim Persecution Of Christians

Christianity, born in the Middle East, is in danger of losing its two millenia-long presence there. If that notion sounds alarmist to Western ears, it is acknowledged by Middle Easterners as a growing likelihood. In 1909, the Middle East was 20 percent Christian; one hundred years later, that percentage has fallen to five percent. TheContinue Reading

China. Chinese Christian Businesswoman From Canada Who Visited China Was Kidnapped And Tortured

(Los Angles, Jan. 26, 2012) A Chinese Christian businesswoman from Canada who visited China late last year was kidnapped and tortured by Chinese state security agents after she visited two persecuted Chinese house churches during the Christmas and New Year’s holiday season, ChinaAid has learned. (Photo taken by Jenny Chen on Christmas Day 2011 ofContinue Reading

Egypt. Muslims Burned And Looted Christian Homes

A crowd of 3,000 Muslims burned and looted some Christian homes and shops in an Egyptian village after a rumor spread that a Coptic Christian man had a photograph of a Muslim village girl on his cell phone. “We contacted security forces, but they arrived very, very late,” said Father Boktor Nashed, a Coptic priest.Continue Reading

Religious Intolerance Is On The Rise In Indonesia

JAKARTA Indonesian Christians held a prayer vigil in Jakarta on Sunday urging President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to re-open their church and stop intimidation by hardliners. About 200 people, mostly members of the Taman Yasmin Indonesian Christian Church, prayed and sang hymns outside the state palace. “We hope the president will protect us from harassment byContinue Reading

North Korea. Christians Are The Special Target Of Intense Persecution Because They Are Seen As Enemies Of The State

North Korea is the world’s most repressive nation. Those who escape speak of terrible human rights abuses, starvation, and even cannibalism. Starving children have been filmed eating grains of rice they pick up from the mud. Both children and adults show the effects of malnutrition. Anyone discovered to be a Christian can be arrested, imprisonedContinue Reading

What makes Rescue Christians different from most others?

Most organizations have a mission for alleviating Christian persecution by predominantly focusing on providing Bibles, evangelizing non-Christians and sending representatives around the world to inform others about persecution.

We are unique from most others in that we focus ALL our efforts on actually saving Christians from being liquidated.