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Monthly Archives: June 2012

Egypt. Muslims threaten to burn down a Coptic church if worshippers not leave.

According to a story in the Mideast Christian News, Muslims in the village of Basra in Alexandria, Egypt, surrounded the local Coptic church, St. Lyons, during divine liturgy, “demanding that visiting Copts leave the church before the completion of prayers, and threatening to burn down the church if their demand was not met.” The priest, FatherContinue Reading

Kurdistan. New law: Up to 10 years in prison for Blasphemy.

Members of Parliament in the Kurdistan Regional Government should oppose the Draft Law to Protect Sanctities because it clearly restricts the right to free expression, Human Rights Watch said. The draft bill prescribes up to 10 years in prison and closing a publication for vaguely worded offenses such as “portraying the prophets inappropriately.” In mid-MayContinue Reading

Egypt. Coptic Christians were dismayed by the election victory of Mohamed Morsi.

Many Egyptian Coptic Christians were dismayed by the election victory of president-elect Mohamed Morsi, but they are now preparing to co-exist with the Islamist while also safeguarding their rights. Copts, who account for roughly 10 percent of Egypt’s 82 million people, voted heavily for Morsi’s rival, Ahmed Shafiq, a former Hosni Mubarak premier, in theContinue Reading

Africa. Global Peace Index: Top 10 most dangerous African countries.

Global Peace Index has recently released a report on global ranking of countries according to their dangerousness, a dozen African countries are among the most affected by war, terrorism and political instability; but Rwanda is not on the list and is positioned among safe ones. Since 2007, the Global Peace Index, conducted by the ResearchContinue Reading

Nigeria. Christians worried by Boko-Haram-threat to make June the bloodiest month.

Worried by the threat by Boko Haram to make June the bloodiest in the history of its attacks, most Christians Sunday stayed away from churches in the Northern parts of the country, especially in Kaduna, Kano, Jos and many other cities. In recent weeks, Christians have been serially attacked in their churches during worship servicesContinue Reading

Iran / USA. Who killed Gelareh Bagherzadeh?

Gelareh Bagherzadeh was an Iranian-born woman, newly converted to Christianity. She volunteered as a Persian-language translator at church and was about to graduate from university and had already found a job. Why on earth would someone want to kill her? That question has befuddled family, friends and police for five months, ever since Bagherzadeh, 30,Continue Reading

Pakistan. New Blasphemy case has been registered against Ramzan Masih.

A Blasphemy case has been registered against one Named Ramzan Masih son of Chiragh Masih in the city sukeheki about 150 KM away Lahore under section 295 C, FIR No. 202/12 PPC on complaint of a banned Islamic group Sipha-e-Sahaba. In accordance with the fact finding of the Voice team, the victim named Ramzan MasihContinue Reading

Muslim Brotherhood: “Jihad is our way, and the death for Allah is our most exalted wish.”

PMW translation of “Jihad Is the Way” by former leader Mustafa Mashhur of Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt Central messages: Muslims are “masters of the world” Islamic nation’s “rightful position… the teachers of humanity” “There is no other option but Jihad for Allah Fighting Israel is “Jihad against the criminal, thieving gangs of Zion” Has theContinue Reading

Egypt. Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohammed Morsi was declared winner of election.

The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohammed Morsi was declared the winner of Egypt’s first free presidential election Sunday, and he proclaimed himself a leader “for all Egyptians,” although he faces a struggle for power with the country’s still-dominant military rulers. The announcement by election officials touched off a joyous celebration of chanting and dancing in the swelteringContinue Reading

China. Security authorities preventing christian youth from using campus basketball courts.

The continued persecution of Shouwang Church, which has been meeting outdoors for 14 months in defiance of an official crackdown, took a new turn this past weekend, with security authorities preventing young church members from using campus basketball courts. On Saturday morning, Shouwang’s Youth Fellowship and Student Fellowship met, as is their custom, at theContinue 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.