Recent Events

Syrian Rebel, in Orange Jumpsuits, Execute ISIS Militants as 'Remedy' for Islamic State 'Disease'

Saturday July 4th, 2015 01:55:42 PM
A Syrian rebel group, which calls itself the "Army of Islam," has released a video showing its militants, all dressed in orange jumpsuits, executing dozens of Islamic State terrorists wearing black clothes. "Allah did not make a disease without appointing a remedy to it," the rival group proclaims.

Embattled Megachurch Pastor Kong Hee Selling $10 Million 'Lavish and Opulent' Penthouse; Kong Calls Report 'Misleading and Exaggerated'

Friday July 3rd, 2015 04:17:17 PM
City Harvest Church pastor Kong Hee has put up for sale a co-owned $10 million luxury penthouse in Sentosa Cove, Singapore, amid an ongoing trial concerning the possible misuse of $19 million in church funds to finance his wife's music career. Kong has hit back against a report describing the penthouse, calling it "misleading and exaggerated."

Two Christian Women Accused of Blasphemy Tortured by Muslim Villagers in Pakistan; Faces Painted Black, Beaten as They're Forced to Parade Around on Donkeys

Friday July 3rd, 2015 11:58:25 AM
Two Christian women from a Pakistani village in the Sheikhupura district of Punjab province have reportedly been tortured by Muslim villagers, after which their faces were painted black and they were paraded around the town on donkeys.

ISIS Executes Over 3,000 Men, Women and Children in First Year of Islamic Caliphate, Part of 'Apocalypse Ideology'

Friday July 3rd, 2015 11:15:02 AM
In the first year of its self-proclaimed Islamic Caliphate, ISIS jihadists executed over 3,027 people, among them being at least 86 women and 76 children, as reported by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Some analysts have suggested such executions are part of an "apocalypse ideology."

12 Christian Girls Forced to Strip Naked During Arrest on Charges of 'Immoral Dress' After Leaving Baptist Church in Sudan

Thursday July 2nd, 2015 08:42:48 PM
Sudanese authorities arrested 12 young Christian women in Khartoum and forced them to strip out of their clothes after they left a church service wearing what was deemed "immoral dress," a Christian persecution watchdog organization has reported.

ISIS Commits Mass Ethno-Religious Slaughter of Assyrian Christians as the World Ignores Genocide, Humanitarian Groups Say

Thursday July 2nd, 2015 11:14:12 AM
At least 4,000 Assyrian Christian families are believed to be among the 120,000 people who in recent days have fled the Syrian city of Hassakeh. ISIS forces are entering the city and looking to carry out a mass ethno-religious slaughter, humanitarian groups said, warning that the world still has not provided an adequate response.

10-Y-O Boy Tortured, Beaten Unconscious by Muslim Cleric in Pakistan for Refusing to Work Construction on a Mosque

Wednesday July 1st, 2015 09:14:24 PM
A 10-year-old boy in Pakistan was allegedly tortured with a stick by his Islamic school teacher after he refused to do construction work on a mosque as a laborer in Punjab province.

Hindu Radicals Threaten to 'Burn' Indian Pastor Alive, Wipe Congregation From Town Following Church Attack

Tuesday June 30th, 2015 06:55:40 PM
Following a mid-June attack on a Christian church in the Indian town of Attingal in Kerala state, Hindu radicals have threatened to wipe out a Christian congregation and burn the church's pastor if they continue to worship and pray in there.

Video Shows Man Being Delivered From 'Homosexual Demon' That Refused to Release Him at T.B. Joshua's Church

Tuesday June 30th, 2015 05:47:27 PM
A young Nigerian businessman who reportedly got possessed by a "homosexual demon" after going swimming with a group of men in Nairobi, Kenya, is seen on video being delivered from the "evil spirit" in a powerful swoop at The Synagogue Church of All Nations led by popular African preacher, T.B. Joshua.

Pope Francis Likens Recent Persecution of Christians to Killing of Believers in First Century

Tuesday June 30th, 2015 04:00:55 PM
Pope Francis compared the recent killing of Christians by terrorist groups such as ISIS to the persecution of the Christian church in the first century during a celebration of the feast of the apostles Peter and Paul on Monday.