The Islamic State terrorist organization has released a heinous execution video purporting to show another one of the group's sick new execution methods in which four Iraqi prisoners were burned to death by being suspended by their hands and feet over roaring flames.
The Deaf Bible Society has started a movement to bring the story of Jesus in sign language to the deaf community in the Middle East for the first time ever as a way to combat the Islamic State terrorist organization's efforts of recruiting the overlooked deaf populations with promises of a "false hope."
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has said that the Islamic State terror group has executed at least 91 people in the space of a month in Syria, including 39 of its own fighters, for crimes such as sorcery and sodomy, among others.
ISIS news: Forces continue clash with rival militants in Damascus; terror group bombs another Palmyra templeMonday August 31st, 2015 07:11:00 AM
ISIS initiates fights in Damascus, while other forces bomb another temple in Palmyra's ancient ruins.
Images of a Palestinian soldier head-locking a boy with a broken arm went viral over the weekend and sparked rage among social media users.
A Christian lawyer has been arrested by local police in Wenzhou city after he was discovered to have been providing legal counsel to churches resisting government order.
ISIS forces detains residents in Rutbah for a rare street protest against the execution of a local resident.
Christian Mother Asia Bibi on Death Row for Blasphemy Must Be Allowed to See Her Family in Jail, Court SaysSaturday August 29th, 2015 02:15:18 PM
A court in Pakistan has directed jail authorities and government officials not to restrict the father and other close relatives of Asia Bibi, a Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy, from meeting her in jail, her lawyer said.
Austrian police detained three people believed to be involved in a human smuggling operation in which 71 migrants suffocated to death in a food truck abandoned along a highway.
It is amazing to know that a paint chip 0.2 mm in size that was floating around in space managed to damage a space shuttle window. A paint chip so tiny that most would not even see it, assumes huge proportions when we assign a speed of 10km per second to it. At that speed a miniscule paint chip, nail part, a metal spring, etc., all of which are floating around Earth could break a satellite and cause fatalities to astronauts who are out of their space craft for routine EVAs – Extra Vehicular Activities – in short, a space-walk.
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