Tag: religious violence

President Buhari, please stop the Muslim slaughter of Nigerian Christians
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President Buhari, please stop the Muslim slaughter of Nigerian Christians

In this hard-hitting article Dr Michael Brown, a prominent US radio host and Christian leader, challenges the Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari on “religious cleansing” in Nigeria and challenges the West to take action. Originally published in The Christian Post Babies are being hacked to death. Children kidnapped. Women raped and […]

Nigeria labelled as most dangerous place for Christians in the world
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Nigeria labelled as most dangerous place for Christians in the world

Originally published in Christian Daily The US House of Representatives has labelled Nigeria as the world’s most dangerous place for Christians after a former Nigerian leader presented the challenges that believers in his country face. Former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan presented the plight of the Christians in his country before […]

The actual war on Egypt’s Christians
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The actual war on Egypt’s Christians

Copts are under attack. Originally published in The Atlantic Little could dampen the enthusiasm of 13-year-old Tony Atef as he wore his soccer outfit and headed to Egypt’s most successful club, Al Ahly, to partake in the team’s junior soccer try outs. After Tony scored two goals, a coach approached […]

At least 23 killed in fresh attack in Central African Republic
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At least 23 killed in fresh attack in Central African Republic

Originally published in World Watch Monitor After a period of relative calm, violence has returned to the Central African Republic (CAR), which was wracked by near-civil war and inter-religious violence between 2012 and 2014. Fighters from Central African Republic’s largely Muslim Seleka militia attacked refugees in Kaga Bandoro, in the […]

Nigeria: Pastor’s wife killed after blasphemy accusation
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Nigeria: Pastor’s wife killed after blasphemy accusation

Originally published in World Watch Monitor Christians in Kano, the largest city in mainly-Muslim northern Nigeria, were bracing for widespread violence following the June 2 killing of a Christian woman, but the weekend and Sunday services passed without further violence. Bridget Patience Agbahime, 74, originally from the southern state of […]