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Human Rights Organization Condemns Persecution in Asia

Nov 2, 2005

Frankfurt, October 25 (idea) ­ A human rights organization has condemned thepersecution of Christian missionaries in Asia. According to theInternational Society for Human Rights (ISHR) in Frankfurt, Germany, theyrun a high risk of discrimination if they exercise their right to proclaimtheir religio

Christian Agency Laments Lack of Support for Earthquake Victims

Oct 29, 2005

Islamabad, October 28 (idea) ­ The Christian aid agency ³Shelter Now² hascriticized the lack of support for the victims of the earthquake in Pakistanand North India. After a visit to the devastated area director Udo Stoltesaid that although the disaster reached the same dimensions as those of thets

European Evangelicals Strengthen Ties With Israel

Oct 29, 2005

Tavira, October 21 (idea) ­ European evangelicals are strengthening theirties with Christians in Israel. The European Evangelical Alliance (EEA) haswelcomed the United Christian Council in Israel (UCCI) as its 35th memberduring the general assembly meeting in Tavira, Portugal, October 19 - 23.

More Than 53 Million Muslims in Europe

Oct 29, 2005

Soest, October 21 (idea) ­ More than 53 million Muslims are currently livingin Europe; 14 million of them reside in the European Union (EU). Thesefigures were released by the Central Institute - Islam Archives in Soest,Germany, in October.

A Quick Review about the Earthquake in Pakistan

Oct 29, 2005

On October 8, The worst earthquake in the history of Pakistan left destruction in its wake. The earthquake has left more than 35000 people dead...

Egypt: Riots, Threats, and a Stabbing in Alexandria

Oct 27, 2005

Massive Muslim riots, Islamist web threats, and the stabbing of aCoptic nun have forced Egyptian authorities to place an armed guardaround St George (St Girgis) Coptic Orthodox Church in Muharram Bik,Alexandria on the Egyptian Mediterranean coast.

European Evangelicals End Annual Assembly

Oct 23, 2005

European Evangelical leaders on Saturday were challenged to live out their "true identities" as "Christian nobodies" by becoming God\'s catalysts for change.

WEA Intl Director Outlines New Developments

Oct 21, 2005

The establishment of three new offices, the creation of a new international leadership team, the strengthened financial commitment of donors, and the incorporation of six new members, are just some of the new developments within the World Evangelical Alliance, Geoff Tunnicliffe, the International Di

EEA Welcomes New Members, Sets New Goals

Oct 21, 2005

Two new national alliances and two new associates were warmly welcomed into the European Evangelical Alliance on Thursday – the first full day of the EEA’s 2005 assembly in Tavira, Portugal.

EEA and the EU: Looking Toward a Better Europe

Oct 21, 2005

Evangelicals in Europe have traditionally veered away from political involvement, focusing instead on networking within churches and nurturing...