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Christians of the Arab World

Sep 14, 2005

When we think of the Arab world, we generally think of Muslims. But according to Egyptian political sociologist Saadeddin Ibrahim, around 21 million to 30 million Christians live in the Arab world, which is between 7 percent and 10 percent of the total population. Most are the remnants of indigenous

Militants Move To Islamise Bangladesh

Aug 24, 2005

On 17 August, more than 400 small bombs exploded almostsimultaneously in 63 of Bangladesh\'s 64 districts. Whilst threepeople were killed and 150 were injured, the most devastatingelement of this attack is not the damage it caused, but the messageit left. That message is that Islamic militants are w

Militants Move to Islamise Bangladesh

Sep 19, 2005

On 17 August, more than 400 small bombs exploded almostsimultaneously in 63 of Bangladesh\'s 64 districts. Whilst threepeople were killed and 150 were injured, the most devastatingelement of this attack is not the damage it caused, but the messageit left. That message is that Islamic militants are w

Vietnam: The ongoing persecution of Hre Christians

Aug 5, 2005

This report exposes the strategy of the Communist Party of Vietnam to erect a wall around the nation – a wall made beautiful on the outside by a facade of propaganda and deceit. The hands of the Party and State stretch through the wall, extending open palmed to the world in search of materiali

Vietnam: The ongoing persecution of Hre Christians

Sep 19, 2005

This report exposes the strategy of the Communist Party of Vietnam to erect a wall around the nation – a wall made beautiful on the outside by a facade of propaganda and deceit. The hands of the Party and State stretch through the wall, extending open palmed to the world in search of materiali

China: Defiantly Intensifying Persecution

Aug 30, 2005

Two recent news releases from China Aid Association* (CAA) document a shocking escalation of persecution in China. There seems (to RLP) to be a direct correlation between increasing Russian-Chinese-Central Asian solidarity and growing persecution of unsanctioned Protestant Christians in those states

International Church Leaders Unite to Insist Poverty Reduction

Sep 8, 2005

Leaders from World Evangelical Alliance will join more than 30 leaders of Christian denominations worldwide in a gathering at Washington National Cathedral on Sunday, Sept. 11, to affirm the UN plan to halve extreme poverty by 2015 and propose stepped up action to eradicate poverty throughout the

Iran: The Islamic Revolution is Complete

Aug 31, 2005

Iran\'s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has flooded the Majlis (parliament) with former Revolutionary Guards while Ayatollah Khamenei has made key changes in security structures and strategies to entrench the Revolutionary Guards\' hegemony over all law enforcement agencies.

Mexico: Protestands Forced to Flee

Sep 8, 2005

Protestant Christians amongst ethnic Huichol in Agua Fria, Jalisco state, western Mexico, are suffering severe persecution. (The Huichol are indigenous Indians descended from the Aztecs.)

Pray for Millennium +5 Summit

Aug 25, 2005

From the 12 to the 16 September 2005, the United Nations will hold a high level plenary meeting in New York -- also referred to as a summit -- to review the implementation of the Millennium Declaration (2000), and the integrated follow-up to the major United Nations conferences and summits in the ec