Tag: genocide

Civilians apprehend Muslim Fulani suspects in killing of five Christians in Nigeria

Originally published in Morning Star News. A Christian in north-central Nigeria who led a team of civilians that apprehended Muslim Fulani herdsmen after they allegedly killed five Christians on Thursday night (May 28) was blunt about their motives. “These Muslim Fulani herdsmen have been attacking our communities because we are […]

100 000 killed annually for their faith, Franklin Graham tells world persecution summit

Originally published by Christian Today Franklin Graham has called Christians to stand against the global “Christian genocide”, saying that 100 000 believers are killed every year for their faith. Graham, president of Samaritan’s Purse and an outspoken conservative evangelical commentator, was speaking as he opened a four-day conference in Washington […]

ACDP welcomes hard-hitting Al Bashir judgment by SCA

  ACDP MP and member of the Justice and Correctional Services Portfolio Committee, Steven Swart, on Tuesday (March 15, 2016) welcomed the Supreme Court of Appeal’s judgment dismissing government’s appeal and finding that its failure to arrest Sudanese President, Omar Al Bashir, was unlawful. Bashir whose regime is implicated in […]

SA Govt to face contempt of court charges over Bashir?

Originally published in allAfrica.com A South African legal NGO is “strongly considering” bringing contempt of court charges against government officials for allowing President Omar al-Bashir to leave the country on Monday. The Southern African Litigation Centre (SALC), the group which secured a court order for Bashir’s arrest, said in a […]

Genocide then and now — commemorating the Centenary of the Armenian Genocide

[notice]By Elizabeth Kendal, an international religious liberty analyst and advocate. She is Adjunctnct Research Fellow in the Centre for the Study of Islam and Other Faiths at the Melbourne School of Theology. She is Director of Advocacy for Christian Faith and Freedom based in Canberra, Australia. [/notice] On the night of 24 April 1915 the […]