Christians of various house churches in Beijing held a joint seminar on Monday of this week so that they could give their opinions on the Cape Town Commitment achieved at the Third Lausanne Congress. However, the seminar was harassed by the Public Security Bureau when a police officer booked by force the ID information ofContinue Reading
Libyan Islamists detained 48 Egyptian Christians in Benghazi last week, torturing them and using acid to burn off tattoos of the cross, according to family members. The Christians, who are peddlers, were arrested by Islamist Salafists in Benghazi, who said they had Christian icons at their marketplace stalls, according to Mideast Christian News. The menContinue Reading
Islamists collected thousands of pounds to fund terrorist plot on Britain. Police used bugs to uncover plans for improvised explosive device attack. Four Islamic extremists admitted plotting a terrorist attack on British soil armed with guns and home-made bombs. The men were caught after in a massive multi-million pound surveillance operation by police and theContinue Reading
A senior security official says a missing Muslim woman suspected of conversion to Christianity has been found. Her disappearance set off rioting in southern Egypt. Muslims stormed a church in Kom Ombo, charging that the woman was being held there. Major General Hassan Abdul-Hay, security chief of Aswan, told reporters late Saturday that “family andContinue Reading
Suspected Islamic extremists in Somalia shot a Christian to death this month on the outskirts of the coastal city of Kismayo, sources said. Two masked men killed Ahmed Ali Jimale, a 42-year-old father of four, on Feb. 18 at 1 p.m. as he stood outside his house in Alanley village, near a police station, theyContinue Reading
Reconstruction of the Sarhadi Lutheran Church in Mardan started last week, nearly five months after it was burnt down by a mob. The construction had been delayed after differences emerged among churchgoers over the formation of the Diocese of Mardan. The dispute was resolved after the dissolution of Mardan’s ecclesiastical jurisdiction. Rioters protesting the sacrilegiousContinue Reading
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) marked the 2nd anniversary of the murder of Shahbaz Bhatti with a renewed call for the Pakistani government to both bring his killers to justice and stem the rising tide of violent religious extremism that victimizes all Pakistanis. Pakistan’s Federal Minister for Minority Affairs, Shahbaz Bhatti, theContinue Reading
On December 31, 2013, approximately a dozen Christians met to pray in Zhang Keding’s rented home in Mengzhou City, Henan Province. About four o’clock in the afternoon, the house was raided by police and officials from the local public security bureau, religious department, and other government agencies. The officials questioned the Christians for more thanContinue Reading
Does this conflict really revolve around the Muslim desire to never mistakenly to eat unpermitted meat, or are Muslims attacking and killing non-Muslims for being business competitors, while articulating their hostility in the garb of Islamic piety? A Christian pastor was recently slaughtered in the Muslim-majority African nation of Tanzania. While butchering Christian minorities isContinue Reading
The Palestinians who are heading to Syria have been told their next station will be Jordan, then Israel, where, with their friends in Jabhat al-Nusra, they hope to create an pan-Islamic state ruled by Sharia laws. The Gaza Strip has begun exporting terrorists to other countries. If the terrorists are not stopped, they will startContinue 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.