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Priest who was tortured in ISIS captivity elected bishop in Syria

Archbishop Jacques Mourad worked to foster dialogue between Christians and Muslims before the advent of ISIS. By John Burger A Syrian priest who spent five months in captivity by the Islamic State jihadist group has been elected archbishop of a … Continue reading

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Russia and its Future Role in Defeating Islam

From LifeSiteNews John-Henry interviews some of the most well-known clergy and laity in the Church while offering commentary on the most important news developments in Rome and around the world. PLEASE GO TO LIFESITENEWS TO WATCH THE VIDEO

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Vatican Betrays Virgin Mary for Prophet Muhammad

CP&S comment: Many thanks to Father Z for drawing attention to yet another outrage from the Vatican. As a commenter on his blog writes: Sins against the Sorrowful & Immaculate Heart of Mary, are NOT treated lightly (especially when done … Continue reading

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Turkey Converts Chora Church Into Mosque

By Jules Gomes, ChurchMilitant.com, August 21, 2020: Turkey has issued a presidential decree ordering the conversion of the nation’s best-known Byzantine monastic church into a mosque. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan published the executive order Thursday sealing the fate of the Church of the Holy Savior … Continue reading

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Saint Charbel and Hagia Sophia

From Catholic Insight: The Muslims know how to pick their days. But, then, so does God. As mentioned a few days ago, for the first time in nearly a century, the ancient church of Hagia Sophia, one of the glories of … Continue reading

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Islamtic Terrorists Vow to “Conquer Rome.” The World Wonders What They Mean

BY MATTHEW ARCHBOLD on The National Catholic Register ISIS executioners killed 21 Coptic Christians in a horrific video released this week. The lead executioner speaking in English, pointed his knife and vowed “We will conquer Rome, by Allah’s permission.” And … Continue reading

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A rage against history | Professor Clive Kessler

Clive Kessler is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at the University of New South Wales. He is well known as a scholar of South-east Asia, especially the Muslim bits. In the past week he has published on current events in Europe … Continue reading

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Christianity and Islam: A Common Heritage?

William Kilpatrick Recently two prominent American bishops joined two leading Shiite Muslim scholars in Iran in issuing a statement on weapons of mass destruction. According to the statement, “Christianity and Islam cherish a common heritage that emphasizes, above all, love … Continue reading

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What we can do for Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani

In the last days, starting from the blogger Archbishop Cranmer, people began to blame the Vatican for its inaction in face of the persecution of Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani, who was sentenced to death because of apostasy from the Islam and … Continue reading

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Christianophobia, and beyond: Father Samir on Europe and Islam in the wake of attacks against Copts in Alexandria

by Samir Khalil Samir The attack against the Church of Saints in Alexandria, Egypt, on December 31 last, shows in an increasing harsh light the growth of Christianophobia in the Islamic world (and beyond). It is important to denounce this … Continue reading

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By Fr Ladis J. Cizik, Blue Army National Executive Director Islam Islam is an Arabic word that can be defined as “to make peace.” Islam is the religion founded by Mohammed, which considers the Koran as its holy book. In … Continue reading

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Good signs for Christians from the Republic of Turkey

(Dear Readers, after having raised some controversy regarding Islam, I am glad that I can report some positive news, before I change the topic.) Turkey, with 98% of its population Muslim, is the only Muslim country without a state religion. … Continue reading

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