Ex-Jihadist Starts 1200 Jesus Groups

By on Sep 1, 2015 | 0 comments

Christian Raharjo (not his real name) was a school drop-out on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi looking for work, when he was recruited by a jihadist organization. Like many young Muslim men, he was paid to attack Christian villages with the aim to force the Christians out of the area. However, as a result of […]

A wind blowing in the house of Islam

By on Jul 27, 2015 | 0 comments

Something is happening in the Muslim world, and unprecedented in history. Over the past 14 centuries, Islam has forged a ‘spiritual empire’ that stretches from West Africa to Indonesia. Today, the Dar al-Islam or ‘House of Islam,’ as Muslims call their religious community, counts more than one in five persons on earth. In a new […]

Gaza Muslims Find Safety in Church | 326 | Report 6

By on Nov 6, 2014 | 0 comments

About 1,000 displaced Muslim Palestinians have packed inside a Christian church in Gaza, in hopes that it will not be targeted with Israeli rocket fire. Saint Porphyrios Church of Gaza City is providing food and shelter for the refugees while fighting between Gaza and Israel rages on. Some 50 mosques have been bombed since the […]

Gaza Muslims Find Safety in Church | 326 | Report 6

By on Oct 6, 2014 | 0 comments

About 1,000 displaced Muslim Palestinians have packed inside a Christian church in Gaza, in hopes that it will not be targeted with Israeli rocket fire. Saint Porphyrios Church of Gaza City is providing food and shelter for the refugees while fighting between Gaza and Israel rages on. Some 50 mosques have been bombed since the […]

Israel: Muslim and Christian Arabs | 323 | Report 30

By on May 30, 2014 | 0 comments

Sponsored by Yariv Levin, who chairs Israel’s coalition government, a new law has passed in the Knesset by 31 votes to 6 distinguishing between the country’s Muslim and Christian Arabs. “Out of ignorance, the government has been lumping all of the minorities, Druse, Christians and others, under the category of Arab, even though there are […]