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Islamic Militants

ISIS in Nigeria beheads 11 Christians on Christmas

The executions were meant to “avenge” US assassination of leader in Syria

In Ethiopia peaceful Sufi Islam is “being replaced by fundamentalist militants”

Radical politicians and self-acclaimed activists are sparking violence, says a Catholic priest in the capital city of Addis Ababa.

Turkish clash with Kurds could result in exodus of Christians, says Catholic bishop

In an interview with Aid to the Church in Need, the Syrian-Catholic bishop says Christians will suffer the consequences of a conflict.

After year of silence, brother of priest kidnapped in Niger still holds out hope

Father Pierluigi Maccalli was kidnapped in Niger on Sept. 17, 2018.

Islamist extremists are exterminating Christians in northern Burkina Faso

Christians are being attacked, expelled and murdered, village by village. 

As Boko Haram’s reign of terror continues in Nigeria, the Christian faith persists

"The faith of the faithful is becoming stronger," even after 10 years in which 40,000 people have died and two million have been left homeless.

Filipinos fill churches in spite of terrorism threats

Alleged fatwa from Islamic State promised terror strikes on "crusader churches," but houses of worship were packed.

Muslim shopkeeper victim of “pig’s head” taunting in Sri Lanka

There has been a rash of cases of Muslims being victimized in the wake of the Easter Sunday terrorist attacks.

Christian kidnapped by Islamists in Egypt is latest incident of violence

"Our biggest fear is that they may abuse, torture, and kill him, just as savagely as they have other Copts.”

In Burkina Faso, a Sister uses music to fight forces of darkness

Sister Anne-Marie regularly travels throughout the country to bring a musical message of hope

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