2018 World Watch List report ranks the top 50 countries Where It’s Most Dangerous to Follow Jesus. Most are Muslim countries.
Muslims destroyed the church's contents and assaulted Christians inside before security personnel arrived and dispersed them.
"Islam is an open-ended declaration of war against non-Muslims" and those who carry out acts of violence and intolerance are only doing what their creed requires.
Echoing other analysts, the lawyer stressed that he has repeatedly warned lawmakers that the United Nations is not delivering U.S.-funded aid to Christians.
The five nations with the most oppressive blasphemy laws are Iran, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, and Qatar. They all are Islamic states.
1,329 churches have been attacked, damaged, or destroyed, mostly in Muslim-majority nations.
"I call it a 'drip drip genocide', because it's the most dangerous kind of wiping out of religious communities," journalist and Pakistani politician Farahnaz Ispahani.
Many of the worshipers were children.
It isn’t random violence. Christians, Yadizis and other faith minorities are tortured and killed because they won’t convert to Islam.
Tragic stories of Christian experiences under the Islamic State continued to emerge throughout the month of January.
When we hear it has nothing to do with Islam — that it means salaam; that it means peace — this is all false. It’s not true.
Muslims targeted two Coptic churches in Egypt as the Christian faithful observed Palm Sunday
Christianity is all but over in the land where it all began.
Muslims crucified and tortured a man in front of his wife and children, who refused to convert to Islam. They told him if he loved Jesus that much, he would die like Jesus.
Muslim nations dominate the list of Top 50 countries where persecution of Christians is the worst.
Reports of Muslims torturing, raping, and forcing Christians to embrace Islam continued to mount...
despite the many instances of Muslim migrants raping, murdering, and terrorizing Europeans—Pope Francis urged Europeans to take in more Muslim refugees, including into their homes
The atrocities committed by Islamic groups in nations such as Syria, Iraq and Libya were called arguably some of the "greatest setbacks for religious freedom since the Second Wold War"
Just 18 of 57 member states, with a collective population of over 1.6 billion – that makes up the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation are members of the Global Coalition against ISIS.
persecution of Christians by Muslims is growing