Muslim Men Break Into Convent And Vandalize The Place, Harass The Nuns While Shouting ‘You Must Convert To Islam ‘

Muslim Men Break Into Convent And Vandalize The Place, Harass The Nuns While Shouting ‘You Must Convert To Islam ‘

Two Muslim men broke into a Catholic convent. After vandalizing the place, they attacked the nuns and began shouting ‘you must convert to Islam’ while praying in Arabic.

Can you imagine if this had been a Christian doing this at a mosque to a group of Muslims? From the report:

On Friday, November 10, two men entered a monastery in Verdun (Meuse) and urged the sisters to convert to Islam. They were arrested the next day.

Two men in their thirties , bearded and dressed “normally”, caused unrest on November 10, 2017 in the Carmelite Carmelite community of Verdun, said the city’s prosecutor, confirming Republican East information.

According to a statement by the Prosecutor of the Republic of Verdun, Guillaume Dupont, these two individuals have entered the monastery and one of them “would have written the words Allah Akbar (God is great in Arabic, Ed) on the book of gold of the church “.

According to the bishop of Verdun, the two men “presented themselves as announcers and told them: if you do not convert, you will go to hell” and “prayed in Arabic” during vespers, the Christian prayer evening.

Arriving in the monastery, the two men were not threatening and they even discussed with a sister. The two men left as they had come “thanking the sister for her hospitality,” says the bishop quoted in the regional daily.

According to the Verdun prosecutor’s office, “no violence has been committed” and “no connection with Islamic terrorism” has been established.

An investigation was conducted by Verdun police station, still according to the prosecutor’s office. The two individuals were arrested on November 11 , the day after the events.

“They were brought before the prosecutor of the Republic of Verdun on 13 November, then placed under judicial control by the Judge of liberty and detention” and will be tried next April for “aggravated voluntary violence without total incapacity for work and in meeting ” according to Guillaume Dupont.

For the imam of Verdun, such acts “it is not done (…) This is not normal . We are not going to violate the sacredness of a place of worship, “he responded by saying that he would soon meet the sisters who remain marked by this episode. (source)


Muslim Terrorists Ambush Christians Walking Home From Church, Shoot Them And Then Chop Up Their Bodies With Machetes

Muslim Terrorists Ambush Christians Walking Home From Church, Shoot Them And Then Chop Up Their Bodies With Machetes

Five Christians were murdered by Muslim terrorists, including two who were attacked while walking home from Church that the Muslims shot and then chopped up into pieces with machetes according to a recent report:

Five Christians were killed and five others are missing after attacks by Muslim Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria’s Plateau and Benue states in the past two weeks.

Two members of the Church of Christ in Nations (COCIN) were killed on Sunday (Nov. 12) in Plateau state’s Wereng village, Riyom Local Government Area (LGA), as they were returning to their village at about 9:30 p.m., area resident Gyang Dahoro, a COCIN elder, told Morning Star News.

Christopher Musa Chong, 28, and Bulus Dantoro, 35, were ambushed and shot death, and their corpses cut with machetes, according to Dahoro.

“The two did not return to the village on Sunday evening,” Dahoro said. “A search was organized, and their corpses were found in bushes the following morning with bullet wounds and machete cuts.”

The Rev. Dacholom Datiri, president of the COCIN, said in a text message to Morning Star News that the church keeps losing its members as Muslim herdsmen have continued to ravage the countryside in a series of armed attacks.

“These armed Fulani herdsmen have continued with their attacks, and the church is at the receiving end,” Datiri said. “We have lost our members to these unprovoked attacks. We are on our knees praying for God’s mercy.”

Police in Plateau state reported recovering items belonging to the herdsmen at the scene of the attack. Plateau State Command spokesman Matthias Terna confirmed in a press statement the two Christians were ambushed and killed by the herdsmen.

“The dead bodies were recovered on the scene at about 8:15 in the morning by miners who were on their way to mining camp,” Terna said. “The police recovered two sticks belonging to the gunmen, and a motorcycle belonging to the deceased persons in the scene.”

Lamenting incessant killings of Christians in the state by the herdsmen using guerrilla tactics, a member of Nigeria’s parliament, the National Assembly, demanded the government declare the herdsmen as terrorists. Istifanus Gyang said in a press statement that the time has come for herdsmen to be classified as terrorists.

“The truth is that there is a quest by the herdsmen to forcefully acquire land and territory for occupation,” Gyang said. “Under this unfortunate development, the Nigerian state and government, which have the constitutional responsibility of protecting citizens from aggression, have left the victims at the mercy of the marauding herdsmen. These attacks have to be profiled and classified as acts of insurgency and treated with the same response as Boko Haram has been handled.”

In Benue state, three Christians were killed and five others abducted by Muslim Fulani herdsmen, sources said.

One of the Christians, Saater Kwaghdom, was killed in an attack in Gaambe-tiv village, Logo LGA, on Nov. 2 in which the herdsmen took away the five Christians, Joseph Anawa of Makurdi told Morning Star News.

Another Christian, Apesuu Uhula, was killed in Isho village, Guma LGA, on Tuesday (Nov. 13), and the same day herdsmen killed another Christian, Ortse Kwaghdoo, in Azdege village, Logo LGA, according to Anawa.

All three slain Christians were members of the Universal Reformed Christian Church, in Nigeria known as the NKST (Nongo U KristuU I Ser Sha Tar), he said.

Among those kidnapped, also NKST members, were Hingir Akaa Azemgbe, Doosul Nambo, and Ladi Mhbahme, he said.

Moses Yamu, spokesman for the Benue State Command, said in a press statement that some herdsmen who carried out the attacks have been arrested.

Christians make up 51.3 percent of Nigeria’s population, while Muslims living primarily in the north and middle belt account for 45 percent.

Benue state is majority-Christian, and a report released this month describes attacks there as a “Hausa-Fulani Muslim herdsmen invasion of Benue.”

“Nigeria: Benue State Under the Shadow of Herdsmen Terrorism,” commissioned by the World Watch Research unit of Open Doors International and Voice of the Martyrs Canada, says ethnic, socio-economic, environmental and political factors play some part in attacks, but that policy makers have diminished the underlying jihadist motives.

The ideology of the Hausa-Fulani Muslim invasion of Benue is based on the slogan, “Everything belongs to Allah. Every piece of land belongs to Allah and not you; it is not for you infidels but for Allah,” the report notes.

“Thus, with climate change, competition over limited resources and environmental threat to the ways of life of the herdsmen, the use of terror and its religious justification has been intensified, particularly in Benue,” the report states. “Herdsmen use terror tactics to conduct jihad, displacing local communities from their land to make room for their herds, to occupy those lands and to spread Islam.”

Hausa-Fulani Muslim herdsmen are generally misperceived as people who are only in search of a better environment for caring for their sheep, the report states.

“They are mostly considered as people whose life, survival and tradition is embedded in the value attached to the herds, and the capacity they retain to protect their way of life,” it states. “Yet, historically, it is necessary to emphasize the fact that herdsmen in Africa have always played an important role in Islamic jihad. Their actions clearly demonstrate that their use of terror is premeditated; it is ideologically driven and sometimes politically motivated depending on the place, time and socio-political context.”

The report also asserts that the government is complicit in the violence by failing to stop attacks or prosecute assailants.

Nigeria ranks 12th on Open Doors’ 2017 World Watch List of countries where Christians suffer the most persecution.


Hindu Man Beats His Wife And Disowns His Children After They Leave Hinduism And Embrace Christ, They Say ‘This Persecution Had Only Made Our Faith In Jesus Stronger’

Hindu Man Beats His Wife And Disowns His Children After They Leave Hinduism And Embrace Christ, They Say ‘This Persecution Had Only Made Our Faith In Jesus Stronger’

A Hindu man beat and then disowned his wife and four children after they renounced Hinduism for Christ and refused to reconvert. In response to the persecution, she and her children have stated the even has only made their faith in Jesus stronger according to a recent report:

A Hindu father has reportedly beaten and thrown out his wife and four children who decided to convert to Christianity, cutting them off financially and demanding they abandon their devotion to Jesus.

The British Pakistani Christian Association reported on Saturday that the family of Ramesh Kumar, the Hindu patriarch, is struggling to make ends meet in the State of Haryana in Northern India as winter approaches, but the mother and her four children have so far refused pressure to reconvert.
Kumar declared in February that he would no longer tolerate his family attending a Christian church for worship, and allegedly beat his wife and his children for their faith, officially repudiating them in September.

The eldest son, 23-year-old Neeraj, has been using his small wage as a shop clerk to provide for his mother and three siblings, who are all still students. But in October, Kumar forced his son’s employer to stop offering him a wage.

Kumar claimed in a police report that his family tried to forcefully make him go to church and change his religion, and alleged that his son threatened to kill him if he did not become a Christian.

The Christians have denied the allegations before police. Yet officials joined extended family members in demanding that the Christians end the family feud by rejecting their Christianity, according to with BPCA.

The children and mother have said, however, that the persecution they are facing only strengthens their faith in Jesus.

“We will not stop going to the church because we know Jesus is the true God who died for us,” they said.

BPCA fears that the family is in danger of attacks, however, given that last week Kumar placed an ad in a local newspaper alleging that his family members attacked him.

Kumar also disowned his family in the ad, and said he is not responsible for what happens to them.

Christians in a number of Indian provinces have faced violent beatings for their faith, and have been falsely accused by authorities and Hindu radicals of trying to forcefully convert people.

Pastor Naresh Paul, lead officer for British Asian Christian Association, said that he met with the family and revealed that the community has abandoned them, with no one but a local pastor coming to help them.

The BPCA is collecting donations in support of the Christians and has listed the significant financial hardships they face for their commitment to their faith.

“The disownment of his children by a patriarch has left this family very vulnerable. They have been targeted by a father who is caught up in the religious zeal that has become more commonplace in India since the [Narendra] Modi regime came into power,” said BPCA Chairman Wilson Chowdhry.

“Proliferation of anti-minority propaganda, and a biased national curriculum that continues to demonize other faiths, has had the effect of polarizing communities. Moreover a growing number of incidents of minority persecution, is a poor indictment of Indian society which lacks harmony and tolerance in many regions.”

In October, a group of drunken Hindu nationalists savagely beat a Christian pastor in southern India, accusing him of forceful conversions after five families decided to become Christians.

Pastor Banothu Sevya was left in a coma for two days following the assault near Jamandlapalli village, which came after hardline Hindu groups warned him against converting tribal families in the region.

The pastor’s wife, Banothu Anusha, said that the attackers “attempted to murder” her husband, who was left with blood clots in the cerebral area, brain coordination problems, injury to his eye and a damaged eardrum. (source)


Muslim Men Tell Impoverished Starving Children- ‘If You Convert To Islam We Will Feed You’

Muslim Men Tell Impoverished Starving Children- ‘If You Convert To Islam We Will Feed You’

One of the characteristics of Christian charity it that it preaches the Faith by word and action, and seeks to impart mercy and justice to all, and not to use a man’s misery for his personal gain. This is unlike Islam, which uses promise of gain especially to a man in a miserable situation to get him to submit to his demands.

Such recently happened in India, where a group of Muslim men were arrested after they told starving pagan children without their parents consent they will fed them if they convert to Islam:

The Rachakonda Police of Hyderabad on Sunday arrested nine persons for allegedly converting children to Islam.

The arrested accused were running an orphanage named Peace Orphan Home Society and were luring children from poor families of Telangana and making them to convert to Islam by assuring free education, food and shelter.

Police has rescued 17 children in the age group of 4-14 years, including 7 girls from Moula Ali area on the complaint of the Districts Child Welfare Officials.

While the police has 9 accused, including prime accused Mohammed Siddiqi alias Satyanarayana and eight others, search for one more accused is on.

“They were luring parents from tribal areas of Bhadrachalam, Mahabubnagar, Khammam and Warangal districts of Telangana and converting them illegally,” said Mahesh M Bhagwat CP Rachakonda while speaking to India Today.

The main accused Siddiqui converted to Islam in 2003-2004 and started Peace Orphan Society in Warangal and last year he started running a school-cum-hostel in Hyderabad.

“The organisers who himself are converted to Islam intentionally not changed their names to obtain reservation for future government services. They are in opinion that using their position they can convert huge number of people to Islam,” added CP Mahesh Bhagwat.

Police are also investigating the source of funds for the NGO.

All the accused persons are booked under sections 153A (promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, 363 (kidnapping), 342 (wrongful confinement) of the IPC and relevant sections of the SC and ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. (source)

This is not the first time this has happened either. While these people were pagan Hindus, the same has been done to Christians as well, such as the infamous photo of an Ottoman official teasing starving Christian children with a piece of bread during the Christian genocide of 1917.


Major Christian Aid Group Declares ‘Most Of The Money Supposed To Help Christians Either Disappeared Or Never Came’- We Told You This Would Happen

Major Christian Aid Group Declares ‘Most Of The Money Supposed To Help Christians Either Disappeared Or Never Came’- We Told You This Would Happen

We at Rescue Christians have maintained that in Iraq, what remains for Christians of good will to do is to help the survivors get out of Iraq and to a safe place where they can rebuild their lives and in the future- with the grace of God- eventually bring the Faith back to that area. The genocide committed by ISIS was so extensive and given the rise of Turkey and the continued instability in Iraq, this is the only humane option, for it is to save those left from a near certain death. Many people did not like it when we said this, but in addition to getting people to return and keeping them safe, the infrastructure and economy was so badly destroyed that it will require a large amount of foreign money to be continually injected into these areas to have any hope of rebuilding them. Likewise, we said that the promises of “aid” to these Christians was at best verbal, because little to nothing would most likely actually reach them.

Now other Christian aid groups are beginning to allude to similar conclusions. According to a recent report, most of the money that was supposed to go to “rebuild” or was promised verbally has mysteriously disappeared or never materialize, with little to nothing actually reaching the people as they continue to live in misery and just hope for the best:

Christians in Iraq have been unable to celebrate the defeats of the Islamic State terror group for long, said a Christian worker who has been aiding the church there for more than 10 years, noting that they have received nothing but “lip service” in terms of actual help from Western countries.

William Hollander, who partners with persecution watchdog Open Doors to support churches and persecuted Christians in Iraq and the region, told The Christian Post in a phone interview on Friday that broken promises and renewed threats are keeping the fate of the dwindling believers very much uncertain.

“They celebrated last year after Qaraqosh was liberated. People were very happy. But then they found out that the majority of the homes were destroyed, or needed a lot of repairs,” Hollander said, noting that the celebrations turned into depression.

He noted that for the past three years, a number of Western countries have pledged to help the Christians in Iraq and the Middle East, who are greatly in need of aid to rebuild their homes. But so far, the Christian community has not received “anything.”

“We don’t see anything. It’s not happening,” Hollander said. “The big frustration for the Christians and everybody at the moment is that [they] are being betrayed by the political powers,” and again are in a situation where they have to run to refugee camps.

His comments come just days after U.S. Vice President Mike Pence announced that the days of Christians receiving little to no help from the U.S. government to rebuild their ancient communities “are over.”

In a speech at an In Defense of Christians dinner last week, Pence said that President Donald Trump has ordered the State Department to enable U.S. aid funding to go directly to faith-based organizations actively supporting Christians and other religious minorities displaced by the Islamic State.

Until now, all U.S. humanitarian and reconstruction aid funding for Iraq had to be funnelled through the United Nations and though the U.S. has given more than $1 billion in humanitarian aid and hundreds of millions in reconstruction aid, little has actually reached the Christian communities.

Only a handful of small organizations in Iraq are helping Christians rebuild their homes and supporting people to go back to school, according to Hollander.

“One of the reasons we are on the ground,” he said, is to oppose the persecution of Christians, and to support believers who have decided to stay in Iraq despite the big challenges.

While Christians began to return to their towns slowly in the summer, many have again been forced out, he noted.

“On one side, they are hopeful they can go back, and want to go back,” he said. On the other hand, they can recognize big dangers, as “they can see that ISIS might be defeated, but the ideology isn’t.”

IS has been driven out of a number of important cities for Christians, including Qaraqosh in Iraq and most recently Raqqa in Syria. Despite this, a number of charities, such as Aid to the Church in Need, have warned that unless there are concrete actions taken by world leaders, Christians in the Middle East might continue disappearing.

Hundreds of Christian families returning to the Niveveh Plains have again been forced to flee their homes following battles between Kurdish Peshmerga forces and Iraqi soldiers earlier this month.

Hollander explained that such developments are a major setback, as aid groups have been encouraging people to come back, only for them to face renewed shelling and be forced to “run for their lives.”

The Christian population in Iraq has declined significantly, he said, from roughly 1.5 million from 2003 to around 200,000 today. He said that the “exodus” has also occurred in Syria during its civil war, with a once 1.7 million Christian population dwindling down to somewhere between 700,000 and 800,000.

Christians and other minorities have suffered heavily at the hands of Islamic terrorism, and he said that he has heard many stories of believers kidnapped, tortured and killed.

Followers of Christ have been killed even after their families paid ransoms to jihadis, and he noted that he has spoken to entire groups of believers where every single family has had a member kidnapped or killed.

Though IS may be losing territory now, Hollander warned that the threat of radical attacks is far from over.

“They are afraid of sleeper cells, people are very concerned,” he said, noting that “the crime rate is going up.”

“People are very concerned about everything that is happening.”

As The Daily Beast pointed out, local police and security service agencies have been tasked with rooting out ISIS sleeper cells but that is proving to be a very difficult task, with even authorities afraid of delivering justice due to fears of attacks.

Hollander said that despite everything they face, Christians are still 100 percent Iraqi citizens and are covered by the constitution of Iraq.

“So you should fight for your rights. You are on the same level (as other Iraqis),” he said, encouraing Christians there.

For those who want to help their brothers and sisters in Iraq, he first advised prayer.

“Prayer is a big thing. Many Christians have mentioned to us that for some unexplainable reason, they just feel that prayer has been supporting them,” he stated. source

Now is not the time to play games with people’s lives. These Christians have been through enough.

Help us help them emigrate to a place where they have a chance of a better life.


Muslims Pelt Christians And Churches In Egypt With Stones, Government Responds By Closing Churches And Refuses To Prosecute The Muslims

Muslims Pelt Christians And Churches In Egypt With Stones, Government Responds By Closing Churches And Refuses To Prosecute The Muslims

Muslims have been attacking Christians and their churches with rocks in Egypt. After complaining to the police, the government stepped in and forcibly closed the churches and refuses to prosecute the Muslims according to a recent report:

Coptic Christians in Egypt have said that they have been pelted by rocks while the government in the southern province of Minya has closed down four churches this past month, much to the protest of the believers.

“We stayed silent for two weeks after the closure of a church hoping that the officials would do the job they were assigned to do by the state. However, this silence has led to something worse, as if prayer is a crime the Copts should be punished for. The Coptic Christians go to the neighboring villages to perform their prayers,” the Coptic Orthodox Archbishop of Minya said in a statement, as reported on Sunday.

“What happened within two weeks, hasn’t happen over years; churches are closed, the Coptic Christians are being attacked and their property destroyed, and there is no deterrent. The bargaining and the balance are usually used under the name of peaceful coexistence. The Copts always pay the price of this coexistence, not the aggressors,” the statement continued.

It further called the reaction from Egyptian authorities “disappointing,” and argued that whenever there is an attack on Copts, aggressors are treated with impunity.

Coptic Christians have complained that they have been harassed and pelted with rocks at churches, Reuters noted.

The Minya security directorate has not yet commented on the statement from the Minya diocese. The government has vowed to protect Christians from violent Islamic attacks on a number of occasions, though Christians have complained that not enough is being done to secure their safety.

A number of families who have been forced to flee North Sinai said in a statement in May that they are “suffering” due to neglect.

“We are the families displaced from al-Arish to Port Said in February. We are living inside small rooms inside the youth camps and the aid building. We are suffering and none of the officials or the Port Said governor will listen to us,” the statement read at the time.

“As time passed, 28 families remained in the camps and aid buildings. Three months passed without any attention from the government or officials in Port Said. The governor then declared that there was a lack of residential houses to transfer the families to, in addition to a lack to jobs, which forced the martyr Nabil Saber to return to Arish, where he was killed — a message to every Copt thinking about returning.”

The statement came following a deadly attack by IS gunmen on a group of Copts traveling to a monastery in Minya, which left 29 believers dead and 24 others wounded.

Bishop Anba Angaelos of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the U.K. also recently condemned the killing of priests in Egypt, such as the fate of Samaan Shehta, who was murdered in Cairo by a suspected IS radical.

“While recognizing that anger may often open a path to hatred or resentment, there are times at which it is a natural expression of a human emotion, and reaction to a sense of deep injustice. I am sure that I am not alone in my anger, but that it is shared by every law-abiding person of any belief and indeed of none, who has witnessed this vicious and inhumane attack,” Angaelos wrote about the killing. (source)