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February 3, 2021

"Persecution for US Christians Could Come Quicker Than You Think"

Please listen to this 7 minute you tube video of a Christian Broadcasting Network interview with Rod Dreher, who is the author of the book "Live Not By Lies".
Looking at history, it was pretty clear in Eastern Europe, that once the Nazi regime cleared out, in the 1940s,  that the Communists would march in.  Christians were prepared for that takeover of Czechoslovakia in advance by creating prayer groups.
Mr Dreher offers some strategies to be strong and faithful in difficult times ahead.
This is well worth your seven minutes! Please click here to visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bv43lUfgptw&feature=youtu.be

Religious persecution increasing, Pew Research Center report finds

By Christopher Vondracek
The Washington Times
Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Governments have been cracking down on religious expression more than any other time in recent memory, says a new report on global religious persecution.
The Pew Research Center’s tracking of government restrictions on religion noted a 50% increase in 2018 since the survey’s inauguration in 2007, according to the report published Tuesday.
From outright bans on public worship by Christians and Jews in Qatar to an Australian judge’s refusal to allow a Muslim defendant’s wife to wear a veil in court, the survey documents a year of growing aggression among the world’s governments in disrupting citizens’ religious practices.
The survey singles out countries in the Asia-Pacific and North Africa/Middle East, where several nations receive “high” or “very high” persecution ratings.
Officials in the Philippines forced three United Methodist Church missionaries to leave the country. Authorities in Thailand arrested six Buddhist monks. And Israeli police injured an Ethiopian Christian while removing him from a church.
Meanwhile, the Egyptian government continues to restrict access for Shiite Muslims to a tomb of the Prophet Muhammad’s son, revered by the Sunni majority. The report also cites Myanmar’s displacement of 14,500 Rohingya Muslims and Tajikistan’s increasing control over religious education travel and its continued refusal to recognize Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Please click here to read the article in its entirety.

Mississippi Church that Refused to Obey Lockdown Orders Burned Down by Arsonist Who Leaves Message

Red State

April 21, 2020

by Brandon Morse

The burnt ruins of the Greater Union Baptist Church, one of three that recently burned down in St. Landry Parish, are seen in Opelousas, La., Wednesday, April 10, 2019. The first fire occurred March 26 at St. Mary Baptist Church in Port Barre, and the second happened April 2 at Greater Union Baptist Church in Opelousas. On April 4, Mount Pleasant caught fire. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

For some time, a Mississippi church has been defying government orders to keep lockdown rules in place in order to hold services as is the American’s constitutional right to do so. However, one arsonist took it into his own hands to make churchgoers suffer for practicing said rights.

According to Fox News, the Holly Springs church was burned down on Wednesday, and while police are investigating it as an arson, the arsonist left a message for churchgoers with spraypaint:

The First Pentecostal Church of Holly Springs in Mississippi burned down early Wednesday morning. The congregation had been in a legal battle to continue holding services despite the novel coronavirus outbreak and subsequent lockdown orders.

The building went up in flames between 2-4 a.m. Investigators said the church was spray-painted with graffiti before an explosion blew out the front of the building, according to Fox 13.  Maj. Kelly McMillian of the Marshall Count Sheriff’s Department confirmed the fire to be a criminal act of arson.

Thomas More Society senior counsel and lawyer for the church, Stephen Crampton, spoke with Fox News about the fire and said the perpetrators spray-painted a message that read, “I Bet you stay home now you hypokrits.”

Crampton noted that churches all over the nation have put targets on their backs thanks to their firm stance on practicing their right to freedom of religion.

“We’re in a time where I don’t think it’s any secret that there’s a growing hostility toward churches, across the board,” Crampton said. “And now, here are churches like First Pentecostal that are sort of stirring up the waters by being outspoken and somewhat firm about seeking to protect their Constitutional rights.”

He added, “They’ve had bad comments [sent their way] on social media. … There is just a segment that takes issue with the church standing up, and the church just being the church.”

 Please click here to read at Redstate website  https://www.redstate.com/brandon_morse/2020/05/21/mississippi-church-that-refused-to-closed-burned-down-by-arsonist-who-leaves-message/

Dr. Dobson: We Must Support Initiatives That Promote Religious Liberty in US and Around the World

CBN News

We are facing an epidemic of religious persecution worldwide, unlike anything seen in modern history. A recent report prepared for the British government found that an estimated 80% of this persecution is being perpetrated on followers of Christ. Indeed, this report found that religious oppression was “arguably coming close to meeting the international definition of genocide.”

Every month:

    255 Christians are killed
    104 are abducted
    180 Christian women are raped, sexually harassed or forced into marriage
    66 churches are attacked
    160 Christians are detained without trial and imprisoned

These statistics represent individual followers of Christ. Have you heard their stories? Do you pray for the families of martyrs who die for their faith? Their plight is desperate!

But there is hope.

In September, President Donald Trump delivered a historic address at the United Nations on the issue of religious freedom. Because his message was largely ignored by the media, I am posting an excerpt below. What you will read here is administration policy.

The United States is founded on the principle that our rights do not come from government; they come from God. This immortal truth is proclaimed in our Declaration of Independence and enshrined in the First Amendment to our Constitution’s Bill of Rights. Our founders understood that no right is more fundamental to a peaceful, prosperous, and virtuous society than the right to follow one’s religious convictions.

Regrettably, the religious freedom enjoyed by American citizens is rare in the world. Approximately 80% of the world’s population lives in countries where religious liberty is threatened, restricted or even banned...

Today, with one clear voice, the United States of America calls upon the nations of the world to end religious persecution.

Please click here to read the article in its entirety on the Christian Broadcasting Network website.


Trump Stands Up for Religious Freedom

He champions the issue at the U.N. more vigorously than any of his predecessors.

Wall Street Journal Opinion/Commentary
By Kelsey Zorzi
Sept. 23, 2019 6:55 pm ET

President Trump isn’t known as a champion of human rights, but on Monday he became the first American president to convene a meeting at the United Nations on religious freedom. He kicked off the U.N. General Assembly’s annual session with a “Global Call to Protect Religious Freedom.”

Flanked by Secretary-General António Guterres and Vice President Mike Pence, the president declared: “No right is more fundamental to a peaceful, prosperous, flourishing society than religious freedom, yet it is rare around the world. As we speak, many people of faith are being jailed, murdered, often at the hands of their own government.” More than 80% of the world’s population lived in nations that restrict religious freedom as of 2009, and the situation hasn’t improved, according to Pew Research...

After the U.S. pulled out from the U.N. Human Rights Council last year, some wondered if the U.S. would withdraw from the U.N. altogether. Mr. Trump has now made clear that he intends to engage the U.N. system where it has potential to make a positive impact on those suffering human-rights abuses, particularly abuses of the right to freedom of religion. As the president said, it’s an issue of “urgent moral duty” for all nations.

The entire article can be read at:  https://www.wsj.com/articles/trump-stands-up-for-religious-freedom-11569279353

The “Equality Act” Specifically Targets Religious Freedom

By Gregory S. Baylor
Alliance Defending Freedom
May 23, 2019

The badly misnamed “Equality Act” was introduced in both houses of Congress in March, and it was passed by the House of Representatives in May.
If passed by the Senate and signed into law, it would add “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” as protected classes to existing laws banning discrimination in places of public accommodation (like hotels and restaurants), employment, housing, and by recipients of federal financial assistance (among other things).
But what many might not realize is that this legislation specifically targets our constitutional right to religious freedom.

Please click here to read article in its entirety at the Alliance Defending Freedom website.

11 Christians Killed Every Day for Their Decision to Follow Jesus

By Lindy Lowry
March 13, 2019

The Christian persecution we read about in Scripture and history books is not a thing of the past. It still exists. Today, in the 21st century, we are living in a time when persecution against Christian believers is the highest in modern history. According to Open Doors’ 2019 World Watch List—an in-depth investigative report focusing on global Christian persecution—persecution is increasing at an alarming rate. Research for the List indicates that each day, a staggering 11 Christians are killed for their faith in the top 50 countries ranked on the World Watch List.

Below, we look at the world’s 10 most dangerous places to be a Christian—countries where saying “yes” to following Jesus is truly a life-or-death decision.
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Nebraska principal who banned all things Christmas resigns

By Samuel Smith
Christian Post Reporter
January 16, 2019

A Nebraska elementary school principal who sent an internal memo to teachers warning them not to use any Christmas-related messaging and activities in the classroom in December has resigned...
On Monday, the Elkhorn Public School Board unanimously accepted Sinclair’s resignation letter, according to an international social conservative legal group that opposed Sinclair’s memo.

“Due to the level of attention that Sinclair’s memo received, Sinclair and the district stand united that it is in the best interest of Manchester Elementary that she not resume the principal position,” Elkhorn Public Schools Superintendent Bary Habrock wrote in the email that was sent to parents and staff...

Sinclair’s internal memo drew the ire of the Florida-based conservative Christian legal group, Liberty Counsel, which sent a demand letter to Habrock calling for him to overrule Sinclair’s guidance...

Mast’s demand letter states that Liberty Counsel did not desire to see Sinclair’s removal as school principal but only wanted her “compliance with the law.”

Following the demand letter, a lawyer for Elkhorn Public Schools wrote a response letter explaining that Sinclair’s memo to teachers did not comply with school board policy and that the school district would “work with staff to correct any erroneous communications and clarify any misunderstandings.”

Please click here to read the entire article on the Christian Post web site.

Shouldn't this section be called "Christian Persecution" rather than "Religious Liberty"? ... and the persecution comes from our own government! Isn't there something very wrong with that?

Islam Promoted in Public Schools, Christianity Banned

By David Fiorazo
May 22, 2018

Don’t think this is just another isolated incident where Islam is being favored in public schools. The point here is simple: either teach on all religions equally or don’t teach on any of them.
Since God, the Bible, the name of Jesus, and the Ten Commandments have been expelled from government-run schools in America, mounting evidence proves - decade after decade - every other belief system including atheism, humanism, secular progressivism, and Islam have been allowed.
A new report out of West Virginia says Mountain Ridge middle school students in Gerrardstown were asked to practice writing the Islamic declaration of faith known as the “shahada” in Arabic calligraphy. Translated into English, the statement claims, “There is no god but Allah. Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.” ....

A few years ago in Olmstead Falls, Ohio, parents tried for years to raise awareness and get the school board to change some lessons and history textbooks that stated Muslims historically “practiced religious tolerance” by requiring Christians and Jews to pay extra taxes. There was no mention that the alternative was often death. They conveniently left those facts out....

And in Maryland, La Plata High School was also accused of favoring Islam by forcing children to profess the Muslim statement of faith and requiring them to memorize the Five Pillars of Islam, according to a 2015 federal lawsuit filed by the Thomas Moore Law Center. In this case, John and Melissa Wood accused the school of Islamic indoctrination and propaganda, and when Mr. Wood complained, the school banned him from campus!

There have also been similar stories in California, New York, Texas, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Virginia, and others – all receiving extremely little attention in the politically-correct, progressive media. Discriminating against those holding to the Christian worldview while promoting other religious views is unconstitutional. So where is the Freedom from Religion foundation when it comes to Islam being taught in government schools? ....

I am not suggesting the Christian faith should be the only one allowed in public schools - although that is what took place for over a hundred years in America when our country was very different morally and spiritually. I am asking for fairness and justice. If schools discuss one religion, then others should be allowed as well.
Please click here to read the article in its entirety.

Supreme Court to Rule on 40-Foot War Memorial Cross at Center of Church-State Debate

A 2014 lawsuit said that the Peace Cross, which sits on state land in Bladensburg, Md., was an endorsement of Christianity.

By Adam Liptak
November 2, 2018
New York Times

·  WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court agreed on Friday to decide whether a 40-foot cross on state property in suburban Maryland violates the First Amendment’s ban on government establishment of religion.

The case will give the court an opportunity to clarify its famously confused jurisprudence on government entanglement with religion. It will also allow the justices to continue a discussion about the meaning of crosses used in war memorials.

The cross at issue sits at a busy intersection in Bladensburg, Md., and commemorates 49 soldiers from Prince George’s County who died in World War I. It was built in 1925 using contributions from local families and the American Legion.

The state took over the monument and the land under it in 1961. Since then, the state has spent more than $117,000 to maintain and repair the memorial.

Several area residents and the American Humanist Association sued to remove the cross in 2014, saying they were offended by what they said was its endorsement of Christianity.

Last year, a divided three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, in Richmond, Va., ruled that the cross sent an unconstitutional message of government approval of a particular religion, breaching the wall between church and state. The full Fourth Circuit declined to rehear the case by an 8-to-6 vote.

In urging the Supreme Court to hear the case, the American Legion and other supporters of the cross said the logic of the Fourth Circuit’s decision could imperil hundreds of war memorials that use crosses to honor the fallen, including the 24-foot Canadian Cross of Sacrifice and the 13-foot Argonne Cross, both in Arlington National Cemetery.

“No other court,” their petition seeking review said, “has gone so far as to hold that a longstanding, historical war memorial that was built to be a war memorial and has only ever been a war memorial was unconstitutional merely because its private builders chose to use a cross to honor their fallen loved ones.”

Please click here to read the article in its entirety.

Trump’s latest appeal to evangelicals: a new office to protect religious liberty

Trump will sign an executive order launching the new White House Faith and Opportunity Initiative today.

Published: May 3, 2018
Author: Tara Isabella Burton

...The institution of faith-based initiatives is not uncommon in the White House — Barack Obama launched the Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships, and George W. Bush instituted an Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives. Both programs were designed to provide faith-based charity organizations with a clear avenue to get federal funding for their work.

That said, Trump’s initiative seems to expand previous offices’ remit in a number of ways. For starters, the office isn’t just focusing on community-based or charitable initiatives. According to the Religion News Service, it’s also charged with informing the administration of “any failures of the executive branch to comply with religious liberty protections under law.” The Trump administration has consistently been a champion of religious liberty, particularly insofar as it pertains to evangelical Christian causes. ...
Please click here to read the entire article at Vox.com.

Revealed! Europe's source of surging anti-Semitism
Continent 'has re-created the Jew-hatred of the Nazi period'

Published: 08/30/2017 at 8:43 PM
Author: Paul Bremmer
World Net Daily

More than 70 years after the Holocaust, anti-Semitic violence again is a surging problem in Europe, according to a recent report authored by a Norwegian scholar.
But today, the culprits are not primarily Nazis. Rather, the bulk of this type of violence appears to come from Muslims and left-wing extremists, the report said.
Johannes Due Enstad, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Oslo, drew on data from a 2012 survey on anti-Semitism by the European Union’s Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA). The survey found that among respondents who said they had been victims of anti-Semitic violence, a strong plurality said the perpetrator was “someone with a Muslim-extremist view” in each of the four countries surveyed: France (53 percent), Sweden (51 percent), the United Kingdom (36 percent) and Germany (34 percent).
The numbers were much higher than the percentage in each country who said they were attacked by “someone with a right-wing view.” Those numbers were only 4 percent in France, 5 percent in Sweden, 7 percent in the U.K. and 11 percent in Germany.
Pamela Geller, president of the American Freedom Defense Initiative and author of the book “Stop the Islamization of America,” said there’s a lesson Europeans need to take away from the study.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2017/08/revealed-europes-source-of-surging-anti-semitism/#shhxOU6ciTdZUhew.99

Why is the world silent about Christian genocide?

December 8, 2016
The American Spectator

A Toronto conference last week asked: Why is the world silent about Christian genocide?
“If Christianity [in the Middle East] survives, it will not be because of any interest taken by Christians in our part of the world, but rather because the State of Israel, the people of Israel, and conscientious Jews everywhere are dedicated to saving it,” said Dr. Paul Merkley, Professor of History at Carleton University, last week in a panel discussion at Toronto’s Beth Radom synagogue.
The academic conference, titled “Christian Genocide in the Middle East: Why is the World Silent?” was co-sponsored by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem and the Canadian Institute for Jewish Research.
“In 1910, it’s estimated that Christians were 14% of the Middle Eastern population” said Dr. Frederick Krantz, Director of CIJR. “Today, they are under 4% and rapidly declining.”
Other figures were highlighted throughout the conference, such as how in Iraq alone, there were 1.5 million Christians until 2003. Today, that number is estimated at 275,000 with the strong likelihood that there won’t be any more of a community left within five years.
Much of the present-day persecution was tied to the Islamic State. National Executive Director of ICEJ Canada, Donna Holbrook, showed graphic images of the genocide of Christians currently taking place in Iraq.
“This mother was killed, but not before the terrorists made her watch them kill her baby,” said Holbrook, showing a horrific image of an Iraqi Christian woman murdered by ISIS terrorists.
Please click here to read the complete article on the American Spectator.

Holy war: Government tries to control church sermons

Posted By Bob Unruh
World Net Daily

An Iowa church just wants to be free to preach the gospel, but the state’s so-called nondiscrimination requirements could block the house of worship from doing just that.

Lawyers for the church are asking a federal court to prevent Iowa from censoring what the religious group can say about homosexuality, same-sex “marriage,” transgenderism and other related topics.

The case erupted when the state’s Civil Rights Commission first claimed the authority to control the content of sermons and then to define what’s religious.

At issue is the state’s nondiscrimination requirements that specify any “public accommodation” can be ordered not to say anything that might make a homosexual or a transgender feel “unwelcome,” such as even reading from the Bible a condemnation of such behavior.

Please click here to read the article in its entirety at World Net Daily

Google: "Fort Des Moines Church of Christ" law freedom
or click here to read other articles about this attack in Iowa on the Christian religion.

Most Americans want new president to address Christian persecution, reveals poll

Lorraine Caballero
The Christian Daily
21 July, 2016

Majority of Americans want the next president to address persecution of Christians all over the world, based on the results of a Harris poll commissioned by Open Doors USA.

In the said poll, 76 percent of the subjects agreed with the statement: "It is important to me that the next US President be committed to addressing the persecution that some Christians face around the world (e.g., imprisonment, beheadings, rape, loss of home and assets)."

In response to the poll, Open Doors launched a petition calling on the U.S. presidential candidates to act on the issue of Christian persecution worldwide. The organization's president and CEO David Curry released a statement detailing how governments are repressing religious freedom and causing the displacement of many. Open Doors has echoed the same sentiment in a statement posted on its website, Christian Today relays.

"Persecution of Christians, as well as adherents of other faiths, has grown exponentially in recent years. Governments are clamping down on religious freedom of expression, causing millions to face displacement, harassment, imprisonment, beatings and even death," Curry said in his statement. "Americans are looking to each presidential candidate for clear and decisive plans to address this growing global crisis."

Click here to read this article in its entirety.

Turkish Court Rules Government Failed to Protect Christians Killed in Malatya

 Civil suit results in order to pay damages to relatives of victims.

January 27, 2016
By Our Middle East Correspondent
Morning Star News
ISTANBUL, Turkey (Morning Star News) – A Turkish court ruled on Tuesday (Jan. 26) that the government was negligent in its duty to protect three Christians who were tortured and killed in 2007 and ordered it to pay damages to the victims’ families.

The Malatya Administrative Court ruled that, nearly nine years ago, the Interior Ministry and the Malatya Governor’s Office ignored reliable intelligence that Turkish nationalists were targeting the three Christians days prior to the April 2007 killings.

At the present rate, it is doubtful what year money might actually change hands.

  Please click here to read entire article at Morning Star News

Christians booted from 'safe playground,'

Supremes step in State rejected application from child center because of faith

Published: World Net Daily
January 18, 2016
Bob Unruh

he subject of a lawsuit that started in Missouri and now is pending before the U.S. Supreme Court is scrap tires used for playgrounds.

It’s safer than gravel, and there are fewer injuries.

But the case is over a decision by the state of Missouri to exclude one particular preschool and day-care center from the state program that provides the material – because of its Christian faith.

In the most recent ruling in the case, Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia vs. Pauley, the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a district court’s decision that the state is justified in denying the center access to the program because it is run by a church.

Lawyers with the Alliance Defending Freedom, who represent the child center, filed a brief just before Christmas charging the state “defines neutrality as treating religious organizations worse than everyone else.”

 Please click here to read the article in it's entirety.

Pastor takes Christians to task for owning guns

Posted By  Cheryl Chumley On 12/31/2015
World Net Daily

A pastor said Christians shouldn’t own guns.

Rob Schenck, a pastor who chairs the Evangelical Church Alliance, sent a strong message about gun control to fellow Christians, telling them in no uncertain terms in a Washington Post opinion piece those who profess a belief in Jesus should not own firearms.

His piece was bluntly titled, “I’m an evangelical preacher. You can’t be pro-life and pro-gun.” And that’s pretty much how the message went.

Yet other pastors say differently.

As Carl Gallups, author of “Be Thou Prepared: Equipping the Church for Persecution and Times of Trouble” and pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church in Milton, Florida, said in an email to WND: “Christians not only have a right to defend themselves, but we also have a biblical responsibility to do so under normal, everyday circumstances,” even if those forms of defense include guns.

Please click here to read this article in its entirety on World Net Daily.

Non-Muslims encouraged to wear Islamic head scarf at school

Click here to read a thoughtful piece posted by Leo Hohmann on WND  12/14/2015.This news occurred courtesy of American educational systems and Muslim Student Associations (M.S.A.), a known front group for the Muslim Brotherhood and an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terror-financing trial ever held on U.S. soil.

Click here to fact check on Wikipedia

  (The above may more be correctly filed under "How Political Correctness is destroying our nation")

If your blood pressure is not high enough yet, click here to read about the Virginia high school Geography class that passed around the Koran and included a lesson practicing Arabic calligraphy, or the California School with the Muslim fight song. Wonder when is the last time they sang "Onward, Christian Soldiers" and passed around a Bible.  (Thanks again to wnd.com)

Court rules against Little Sisters of the Poor in Contraceptive Coverage Case

 By Nigel Duara
L.A. Times
 July 14, 2015

A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that there is a limit to how far the government must bend to accommodate religious objections to the federal healthcare exchange.

The U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that if the Colorado-based Little Sisters of the Poor want to refuse contraceptive coverage to their employees, they must sign a waiver to be exempted, and that such a waiver is not a substantial burden on the nuns' religious freedom.

The 2-1 decision is one of the few victories the U.S. government can claim in defense of the healthcare law in the contraceptive mandate debate.

Please click here to read more of article.

March 24, 2015

Unfortunately Chaplain Modder's (mentioned below) situation is not improving yet, according to PRNewswire.

March 12, 2015
 In mid February of this year Navy Chaplain Wesley Modder received a "detachment for cause" letter after commanders concluded he was "intolerant" and "unable to function in the diverse and pluralistic environment" of his current assignment. Lt Cmdr. Modder has served more than 19 years  with commendations as "best of the best" and a "talented and inspirational leader". Click here to read the March 11 article in the Military Times.

To take concrete action, here is a link to urge your congressional representative to get personally involved to protect the religious rights (and responsibilities) of this chaplain (and all Americans):

March 24, 2015
Unfortunately Chaplain Modder's (mentioned above) situation is not improving. Click here to read the latest in our March archive or visit PRNewswire directly by clicking here.

 More Attacks on the Freedom of Speech,
In the Form of Religious Persecution
Of our Air Force Cadets

From The Traditional Values Coalition:

Earlier this month, an Air Force Academy cadet was forced to remove a Bible verse on his personal white board after the Military Religious Freedom Foundation claimed offense.


"I have been crucified with Christ, and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me." - Galatians 2:20


MRFF President Michael "Mikey" Weinstein, self proclaimed "undisputed leader of the national movement to restore the obliterated all separating church and state" in the military, described the student's white board quoting of scripture as pouring "fundamentalist Christian gasoline on an already raging out-of-control conflagration of fundamentalist Christian tyranny, exceptionalism, and supremacy."


The Air Force Academy complied with Weinstein's demands, having the scripture removed. But that's not enough -- Weinstein is demanding that not only should the cadet be punished, but that their entire chain of command should be as well.


At least a dozen cadets responded in support of religious freedom, posting Bible verses on their personal white boards. Please join me and thousands of others in standing with our cadets for their right to express their religious beliefs without fear of persecution <http://capwiz.com/traditional/utr/1/KTQOTSLPVY/KFTWTSLUWE/10253908236> .


No one, especially those who volunteer to risk their lives to defend our freedoms, should be denied their constitutional rights and religious freedoms. Groups like the Military Religious Freedom Foundation are seeking to silence those who profess their faith, stripping them of their religious liberties in the name of political correctness.


Our Constitution protects the free exercise of religion. Yet that doesn't seem to be enough for some groups.


View this article at the original Traditional Values Coalition website, where you can also sign a petition of support:


Many of us are aware of hostility toward Christians in foreign countries.
But has there even been a more Biblically-hostile administration in Washington DC, towards its own citizens? David Barton of WallBuilders doesn't think so.
After reading his list (and documentation) of the dozens of offensive hostile acts towards Bible believers in America ask yourself- how can this be?  We are a God fearing people living in a free country that was founded on the recognition that our life and liberty originates from God (NOT some person or committee which happens to be in office).
 This encroachment does not resemble actions of a government "of the People, by  the People, and for the People".  Offer a prayer for protection by our Father above. Ask Him to throw light upon the hearts and minds of those in power and those who elect some of those bureaucrats. Be vigilant and protect our children and their future.
Click here to read David Barton's December article and list.

 Military Priests Face Arrest For Defying Shutdown And Celebrating Mass

Huffington Post

Posted: 10/07/2013

Updated: 10/08/ 2013

 Is religious freedom the latest casualty of the government shutdown?

Some priests are being actively prevented from ministering to service members and their families, even on a volunteer basis, and they run the risk of arrest if they disobey. As a result, military families serving at home and abroad who depend on the government for their religious services, are now actively being denied communion on bases that are served by civilian priests. Active-duty priests are still holding services.

John Schlageter, General Counsel for the Archdiocese for the Military Services, wrote in an op-ed, "With the government shutdown, many GS and contract priests who minister to Catholics on military bases worldwide are not permitted to work – not even to volunteer. During the shutdown, it is illegal for them to minister on base and they risk being arrested if they attempt to do so. "

Click here to read more of this article.

Baptist Website Blocked by Army

Thursday, 25 Apr 2013 02:18 PM


By Bill Hoffmann


The United States Army has blocked the website of the Southern Baptist Convention from some of its computers — a move that family values groups say is a disturbing continuation of the Pentagon’s hostile attitude towards religion.
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Debating the 'religious freedom' bill Rejection would be serious blow

from Louisville Courier-Journal

March 13, 2013

Senior Policy Analyst

In Kentucky, the Religious Freedom Act (HB 279) has been passed by both chambers of the state legislature and is now on Gov. Steve Beshear’s desk awaiting his signature. The bill would return long-standing legal protections to people of faith that the Kentucky Supreme Court took away in a decision last October.

But some groups are urging Gov. Beshear to veto it.

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Open Doors: Violence Targeting Christians Increasing in Syria

Contact: Jerry Dykstra, Open Doors USA, 616-915-4117, jerryd@odusa.org

SANTA ANA, Calif., Nov. 1, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- The targeting of Christians in war-torn Syria is increasing, according to Open Doors sources.

"The car bomb in Jaramana was targeting the Christian and Druze community as a group, since the area has no political ties or buildings," a local Christian source explained about the large bomb blast in the Damascus suburb on Monday.

According to contacts in the neighborhood, 11 Christians where killed and one Muslim killed in the explosion. The blast left 69 people, all Christians, wounded. Twenty are in critical condition.

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Malala Yousafzai taken to specialist hospital

Girl shot by Taliban in Pakistan remains in critical condition, and local government posts reward for attackers' capture

The Guardian, Thursday 11 October 2012

A Pakistani schoolgirl fighting for her life after being shot by Taliban gunmen has been transferred to a specialist hospital in the army garrison town of Rawalpindi.

Malala Yousafzai, 14, was unconscious and in a critical condition after being shot in the head and neck as she left school in the Swat region on Tuesday, but doctors said she had moved her arms and legs slightly overnight.

On Wednesday surgeons at an army hospital in the regional capital, Peshawar, removed a bullet from Malala's head.
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Religious Freedom Means “Sticking up for All Believers”

Ken McIntyre  Aug. 21, 2012

The crowd erupted into disarmed laughter when Kevin J. “Seamus” Hasson got to the point. “I have to say when it comes to religious freedom and the other great constitutional questions at the moment that are at stake: However bad you think things are, however bleak it looks, however dire it may seem—it’s almost certainly worse than you think.”

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Obama Overlooks Christian Persecution

Thursday, 24 May 2012

By James Walsh


Coptic Christians have resided in Egypt since the 1st century A.D., some 600 years before Muhammad began preaching and 630 years before he solidified Islam in the Arabian Peninsula.

Muslims entered Egypt in the year 639 and by the 13th century, Islam had taken over. By the 20th century, Christians, who formed only 10 percent of the Egyptian population, were finding themselves victims of on-again-off-again pogroms conducted by Muslim radicals.

The current turmoil in Egypt is increasing the number of Egyptian Christians seeking asylum in the West and especially in America. Most of these asylees are educated men and women who are professionals and entrepreneurs. Banking in Egypt historically has been in the hands of Christians.

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Catholic Bishops Urge ‘Campaign’ for Religious Freedom

In New York Times
Published April 12, 2012

The nation’s Roman Catholic bishops issued a proclamation on Thursday calling for every priest, parish and layperson to participate in “great national campaign” to defend religious liberty, which they said is “under attack, both at home and abroad.”

In particular they urged every diocese to hold a “Fortnight for Freedom” during the two weeks leading up to the Fourth of July, for parishioners to study, pray and take public action to fight what they see as the government’s attempts to curtail religious freedom.

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Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani Writes Moving Letter of “Gratitude” after Release

By Matthew Clark

Iran   Sep. 20, 2012

Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani wrote the following letter to all those who supported him and his stand for Christ, “the cause that I defend,” following his release after nearly 3 years of illegal imprisonment in Iran for his faith.

Not to us, LORD, not to us, but to Your Name be glory, for Your faithfulness, for Your loyalty…. Psalm 115:1

Salaam! (Peace be upon you!)

I glorify and give grace to the Lord with all my heart. I am grateful for all the blessings that He gave me during my whole life. I am especially grateful for His goodness and divine protection that characterized the time of my detention.

I also want to express my gratitude towards those who, all around the world, have worked for my cause, or should I say the cause that I defend. I want to express my gratitude to all of those who have supported me, openly or in complete secrecy. You are all very dear to my heart. May the Lord bless you and give you His perfect and sovereign Grace.

Indeed I have been put to the test, the test of faith which is, according to the Scriptures “more precious than perishable gold.” But I have never felt loneliness, I was all the time aware of the fact that it wasn’t a solitary battle, for I have felt all the energy and support of those who obeyed their conscience and fought for the promotion of the justice and the rights of all human beings. Thanks to these efforts, I have now the enormous joy to be by my wonderful wife and my children. I am grateful for these people through whom God has been working. All of this is very encouraging.

During that period, I had the opportunity to experience in a marvelous way the Scripture that says: “Indeed, as the sufferings of Christ abound for us, our encouragement abound through Christ.” He has comforted my family and has given them the means to face that difficult situation. In His Grace, He provided for their spiritual and material needs, taking away from me a heavy weight.

The Lord has wonderfully provided through the trial, allowing me to face the challenges that were in front of me. As the Scriptures says, “He will not allow us to be tested beyond our strength….”

Despite the fact that I have been found guilty of apostasy according to a certain reading of the Shar’ia, I am grateful that He gave the leaders of the country, the wisdom to break that judgment taking into account other facts of that same Shar’ia. It is obvious that the defenders of the Iranian right and the legal experts have made an important effort to enforce the law and the right. I want to thank those who have defended the right until the end.

I am happy to live in a time where we can take a critical and constructive look to the past. This has allowed the writing of universal texts aiming at the promotion of the rights of man. Today, we are debtors of these efforts provided by dear people who have worked for the respect of human dignity and have passed on to us these universal significant texts.

I am also debtor of those who have faithfully passed on the Word of God, that very Word who makes us heirs of God.

Before ending, I want to express a prayer for the establishment of an unending and universal peace, so that the will of the Father be done on earth as it is in heaven. Indeed, everything passes, but the Word of God, source of all peace, will last eternally.

May the grace and mercy of God be multiplied to you. Amen!

Youcef Nadarkhani
8 September 2012

Pastor Youcef’s letter (translated into English through Present Truth Ministries) was written the day he was released from an Iranian prison less than two weeks ago. Pastor Youcef had been convicted of apostasy (converting to Christianity) and sentenced to execution by hanging. He was imprisoned for 1062 days, just under 3 years, in violation of Iranian and international law that protects religious liberty.

Pastor Youcef’s story reached millions around the world, and the international outcry for his release greatly impacted his case. The ACLJ’s Tweet for Youcef campaign reached over 3.1 million Twitter accounts worldwide with news about his imprisonment. We will continue fighting for and raising awareness about the hundreds of thousands of people facing persecution for their faith around the world, including hundreds who have been arrested in Iran for their Christian faith.

Join people of faith around the world this weekend celebrating Pastor Youcef’s release, praying for his and his family’s safety, and praying for all those facing persecution for their faith. Visit 48HoursforFreedom.org to learn how you can take action.

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Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani Spends 35th Birthday Behind Bars

 American Center for Law and Justice

By Tiffany Barrans

April 11, 2012

 Today, is Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani’s birthday, and our sources in Iran confirm that he is still alive. Thirty-five years ago, on the 23rd of the Farvardin month of the Persian Calendar, Youcef was born in Iran.

This is the third birthday that Pastor Youcef has been forced to celebrate behind bars, condemned to death in Iran for apostasy – becoming a Christian in a regime governed by Shariah (Islamic) law.

Tomorrow, marks exactly two and a half years of imprisonment – 913 days illegally held in prison for his faith.

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Religious liberty is a frail thing, easily abused or neglected

February 15, 2012 from the Chicago Tribune

Think what you wish of President Barack Obama's attempt Friday to end a fierce skirmish over insurance coverage of drugs that prevent conceptions and induce abortions.

The president said he would guarantee that coverage, without cost to female recipients. Under his modified mandate, he said, "religious organizations won't have to pay for these services, and no religious institution will have to provide these services directly." It's the "directly" — and the persistent distinction between "religious organizations" and "religious institutions" — that's sure to keep this controversy aflame.

In the president's scenario, that is, religiously affiliated institutions such as schools, hospitals or charities would supply insurance for their workers' other health services; employees who also want contraceptives would get them from the insurers. We'll all learn, as more details come forward, whether this new directive is a full recognition of religious rights, or a shell game.
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Christian Persecution Increased Most In Sudan, Nigeria, Report Says

Written by: Compass Direct News

January 4, 2012

By Jeff M. Sellers

Sudan and northern Nigeria saw steeper increases in persecution against Christians than 48 other nations where Christians suffered abuse last year, according to an annual ranking by Christian support organization Open Doors.

Sudan – where northern Christians experienced greater vulnerability after southern Sudan seceded in a July referendum, and where Christians were targeted amid isolated military conflicts – jumped 19 places last year from its 2010 ranking, from 35th to 16th, according to Open Doors’ 2012 World Watch List. In northern Nigeria, a rash of Islamist bombings, guerrilla-style attacks and increased government restrictions on Christians contributed to the region leaping by 10 on the list, from 23rd to 13th place.

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US Government to apply peer pressure to your Islamophobia

December 14, 2011 by J.E. Dyer

Hillary Clinton’s promise on this matter has been out there for months, but a virtually unadvertised conference in Washington, D.C. this week has resurrected the Clinton quote from July 2011.

Back in July, at a conference of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Istanbul, Clinton pledged that the US would take action against “religious intolerance” in America.

It’s worth taking a moment to reflect on that.  Clinton said, in her remarks, “No country, including my own, has a monopoly on truth or a secret formula for ethnic and religious harmony.”
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Burma Crackdown On Local Bible Studies, Worship, report

October 31, 2011

 By BosNewsLife Asia Service

RANGOON, BURMA (BosNewsLife)-- Authorities in Burma, also known as Myanmar, are imposing new restrictions on Christian and other religious activities in the Kachin State region, an influential religious rights group said Monday, October 31.

Britain-based Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), which has investigated the situation in Burma, said local churches have received a letter warning them that advance permission is required for events such as worship and Bible studies.

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More allegations heaped upon Iranian pastor

Yousef Nardarkhani faces execution on trumped-up charges

Posted: 4 October, 2011
Mission Network News

Iran (MNN) ― The life of an Iranian pastor continues to hang in the balance as the Iranian state media is now getting involved in the case. 34-year-old Pastor Yousef Nardarkani was arrested two years ago this month for protesting Muslim education for his children because he is a Christian. He was convicted of apostasy, but now new false charges are being leveled against him.

Todd Nettleton with Voice of the Martyrs says, "Now they're saying that what he's actually going to be executed for is not apostasy, not becoming a Christian, but actually rape and extortion that are the charges that he will be executed for. So it's really a 180-degree turn for the Iranian government."

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US Bishops Defend the Freedom of Religion in the Face of Growing Threats

U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops Office of Media Relations

4 October 2011

WASHINGTON, DC (USCCB) -   The U.S. bishops have established a new Ad Hoc Committee for Religious Liberty to address growing concerns over the erosion of freedom of religion in America. Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan, president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), established the ad hoc committee after consulting with the USCCB Administrative Committee during the Committee's September 13-14 meeting in Washington.

Bishop Lori said he welcomed "the opportunity to work with fellow bishops and men and women of expertise in constitutional law so as to defend and promote the God-given gift of religious liberty recognized and guaranteed by the Bill of Rights of the Constitution of the United States."

"This ad hoc committee aims to address the increasing threats to religious liberty in our society so that the Church's mission may advance unimpeded and the rights of believers of any religious persuasion or none may be respected," he added.

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 6,500 Bibles Confiscated in NW Iran

 8/14/2011 Iran (Mohabat News) – According to the Iranian Christian News Agency “Mohabat News” Doctor Majid Abhari, advisor to the social issues committee of the parliament in Iran, has announced the seizure of six thousand five hundred copies of the holy bible in the way between the city of Zanjan and abhar in north-west of Iran.

 He also said that “these missionaries with reliance on huge money and propaganda are trying to deviate our youth.” In an interview with a government news agency *(Mehr) he added: “with regard to the activities of these Christian missionaries to deceive people specially youngsters, they have begun a huge campaign by spending huge sums and false propaganda for deviating the public.

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Terrorist proclaimed himself 'Darwinian,' not 'Christian'

His manifesto shows Breivik not religious

Posted: July 24, 2011
© 2011 WND


WASHINGTON – A review of Anders Behring Breivik's 1,500-page manifesto shows the media's quick characterization of the Norwegian terrorist as a "Christian" may be as incorrect as it was to call Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh one.

Breivik was arrested over the weekend, charged with a pair of brutal attacks in and near Oslo, Norway, including a bombing in the capital city that killed 7 and a shooting spree at a youth political retreat on the island of Utoya that killed more than 80 victims.

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Supremes asked to restore crosses
Atheist groups agenda shouldn't diminish sacrifice of fallen officers

The U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to bring a decision from the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver into alignment with its precedents in a dispute over cross memorials to fallen Utah state highway patrol troopers.
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Victory against gospel ban in public park
State settles suit after threatening church for talking about Jesus

In a freedom of speech victory, state park officials have agreed to settle a lawsuit with a church after they demanded members obtain a permit before speaking about Jesus Christ.
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Suspect detained over 'extremist' bumper sticker
'Don't Tread on Me' puts driver in 'watch' category in DHS report

A Louisiana driver was stopped and detained for having a "Don't Tread on Me" bumper sticker on his vehicle and warned by a police officer about the "subversive" message it sent, according to the driver's relative.
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Homeschoolers ordered into public classrooms
Judge: Children need more 'focus' despite testing above grade levels
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Radio chip coming soon to your driver's license?
Homeland Security seeks next-generation REAL ID
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Court: State trashed church's 1st Amendment rights
Encouraging members to support traditional marriage protected speech An appeals court ruled the state of Montana violated a church's First Amendment rights to encourage its members to support traditional marriage.
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Senator questions Obama eligibility
Shelby: 'They said he was born in Hawaii,
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Supremes: Cities can refuse religious monuments
Ruling allows governments to decide which markers to display in public parks
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School rejects parents' religion after 'sincerity test'
Subjects mom, dad to 'sincerity test' after filing vaccination exemption
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Cops use banned noise ordinance against street preacher
Court orders limit tossed, but officers say it doesn't apply to them

Attorneys for the Alliance Defense Fund earlier this year settled a case against Ithaca, N.Y., over an ordinance that violated the free speech rights of a street preacher. A federal court banned enforcement of the disputed rule,  which restricted sounds that could be heard from 25 feet away.
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Court to college: Drop speech ban
Enforcement of limits on Christian testimony suspended

A court has told Yuba Community College officials to halt their enforcement of rules banning a student's Christian testimony while the dispute over their threat to expel him moves through the court system, according to the Alliance Defense Fund.
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Campaign: Don't let grinches censor Christmas
Renaming trees, bans on red-and-green, silencing carols examples of 'war'

For the sixth year in a row, a campaign has been launched by Liberty Counsel to protect Christmas from censors and other grinches.
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ACLU bullies small-town festival for including Christians
Issue is whether government should 'endorse' religious expression

The Louisiana American Civil Liberties Union fired off a letter to the mayor of Thibodaux, La., warning that the small town's promotion of a city festival featuring Christian bands may be a violation of the First Amendment.
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Virginia governor endorses ban on 'Jesus' prayer
Dispute arose when chaplains ordered to accommodate everyone in audience

Gov. Timothy Kaine of Virginia has affirmed his support for a new statewide policy under which state troopers serving as chaplains will not be allowed to pray "in Jesus name," explaining that he can pray "without mentioning Jesus."
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Texas to teachers: Bible will be taught
Plan requires instruction in both Old and New Testaments

The Bible's history and literature will be required to be taught in public schools in Texas under a new law that has been clarified by the state attorney general to mean exactly what it says.
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China cracks down to clean Christians out of Beijing
'Government wants to eradicate house churches before start of Olympics'

China has made headlines in its efforts to clean smog from Beijing's Olympic skies, but word is leaking out that the government is also making efforts to clean Christians out of the streets as the games draw near.
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Judge blasts state ban on distributing Bibles to students
Law unconstitutional because it 'encourages arbitrary enforcement'

A federal court has declared a Florida law banning representatives of the Gideons from handing out Bibles within 500 feet of any school in the state unconstitutional because it is vague and actually "encourages arbitrary enforcement."
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Government to pastor: Renounce your faith!
Now banned from expressing opposition to homosexuality

A Canadian human rights tribunal ordered a Christian pastor to renounce his faith and never again express moral opposition to homosexuality, according to a new report.
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Secret Army plans under way to tear down Christian symbols
Army says chapel crosses violate policy

U.S. soldiers stationed at Camp Bondsteel in Kosovo may be stunned to find three wooden crosses stripped from the exterior grounds of their chapel in coming weeks – and many never saw it coming.
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IRS clears pastor who backed Huckabee
'I'm sorry folks, I live in America, not Russia or China'

Pastor Wiley Drake of Buena Park, Calif., First Southern Baptist Church has been cleared by the Internal Revenue Service of allegations he violated the nation's tax code and endangered his church's tax-exempt status by endorsing Mike Huckabee for president.
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Church battles for property lost to bake sale tax dispute
'To put lien on worship facility over resale activity is ludicrous'

The city of Chicago has been handed another defeat in its effort to take over a church's property in order to use in it a redevelopment project, according to officials with the Alliance Defense Fund.
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Teacher keeps Bible, cites God-given rights
Principal ordered Good Book hidden from students

An Ohio school teacher has refused an order from his public school principal to hide his personal Bible, which he's kept on his desk for 18 years, from his students.
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Face of Olympic spirit: China threatens Christian with death
'Leading up to the Olympic Games, we actually see things getting worse'
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Dobson editing radio show to avoid 'hate crimes' laws
Focus working to meet demands of 'human rights laws'

"Hate crimes" laws were defeated in Congress just a few months ago. Just a few weeks ago, Frank Wright of the National Religious Broadcasters Association warned, "We must be one in Christ to face the days ahead" because "hate crimes" laws would create untold new liability for Christians.
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City sued for arresting pastor on public sidewalk
Police take just 195 seconds to detain 'peaceful' Christian leader

A lawsuit has been filed against the city of Wichita, Kan., and several of its police officers on behalf of a Christian pastor arrested just for being on public property.
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Family leaders call Romney 'disaster'
Letter criticizes 'deceptive rhetoric' around candidate

A coalition of leaders on family issues has released a letter warning about what they describe as the deception being assembled around former Massachusetts governor and GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
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Church shootings on rise in U.S.
'Leaders must be prepared to defend congregations'

Church shootings, in the headlines because of the attacks by Matthew Murray, 24, of Englewood, Colo., on two Christian groups last weekend, are on the rise across the United States, even though they're not yet at epidemic proportions.
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City told: Stop prosecuting 'annoying' Christian
Court says 1st Amendment trumps ban on religious warnings that upset bar patrons
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Pastor hospitalized after attack by police
Authorities pressure leader to finger other believers
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Liberty Bell rangers halt minister's speech
Center honoring U.S. freedoms restricts message against abortion
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CAIR's Dirty Tricks against Me

The Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, North America's foremost Islamist group, bills itself as a "civil rights organization," suggesting it maintains high standards of decency and morality. But, as I personally can attest, it fails abysmally to do so. Its seven-year-long campaign against me has included misappropriation, misrepresentation, misquotation, defamation, and inaccuracy, prompting one one writer recently to compare its propaganda with that of Nazi Germany.
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State's 'hate crimes' code used against 'pure speech'
Civil rights advocate warns federal plan 'still lurking in shadows' in U.S. Senate

While California hate-crimes laws are being used to target "pure speech," a federal plan that would impose similar speech restrictions on Christians "is still lurking in the shadows" in the U.S. Senate, warns a team of civil rights advocates.
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Now praying gets 7 Christians arrested
Cops call holding Bibles while lying prostrate 'disturbing peace'

Christians have been arrested recently at "gay" festivals for nothing more than having a protest sign that is "wider than their torso," but now police have gone even further, targeting Bible-carrying ministers for praying on public property and for standing on a public sidewalk near a "gay" festival.
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Group sics IRS on Mormon critic
'Bring it on,' evangelist says of investigation of Romney comment

The Internal Revenue Service has been asked to investigate the Florida ministry of Bill Keller, host of the Live Prayer TV program as well as LivePrayer.com for his comments about Mormonism.
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IRS to church: Shut up – Church to IRS: No way
Pastor under investigation says he 'will not stop preaching God's word'

A Christian church in Kansas has told the Internal Revenue Service that it will not stop teaching and preaching God's Word, "even if it relates to contemporary issues in the world," after the federal agency demanded answers to 31 questions about its beliefs and warned about "political" activity.
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Bill sees churches as political lobbies
Grassroots advocacy again under fire from Congress

A Christian law firm is launching an urgent petition drive to try to convince Congress to drop plans to re-classify Christian ministers and ministries as "lobbyists," a move that would create reams of red tape and subject the leaders to fines of up to $50,000 if they don't follow all of the fine print.
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Worker fired after posting picture of Jesus
Says manager told him 'God' not allowed on cubicle walls

A call center employee says he has been dismissed from his job for posting an artist's rendition of the crucifixion during Easter week, even though other employees were allowed to post pictures and art as they chose in their cubicles.
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Gideons battling 2nd round of charges
'Why does Florida prosecute people who hand out Bibles?'

Two members of Gideons International who were arrested in Florida for handing out Bibles on a public sidewalk are battling a second round of charges, after the initial trespassing charges against them were dismissed, but authorities filed a new set.
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Court orders preacher into 'exile'
Evangelical punished despite government's claim of 'religious tolerance'

A Christian leader under persecution for his faith has been ordered exiled by the Uzbekistan government, after prosecutors alleged he was preaching without government authorization, a new report from Voice of the Martyrs has revealed.
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Teen's testimony of faith unstopped by death
Missionary into Kim Jong-Il's kingdom of religious oppression martyred
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Man faces death penalty
for becoming Christian

Despite ouster of Taliban by U.S., court still prosecutes ex-Muslim

Despite the fact the hardline Taliban regime is no longer in power, an Afghan man faces possible execution for allegedly abandoning his Islamic roots and becoming a Christian.
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Beijing in post-Christmas crackdown
House church with prominent intellectuals targeted
A campaign to crack down on house churches in Beijing has intensified since Christmas, according to a monitor of the Chinese church.
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Legislature to fight to pray to Jesus

INDIANAPOLIS -- A federal judge's order that the Indiana Legislature stop using the name Jesus Christ in its 188-year practice of holding an opening prayer has sparked protests from residents, politicians and clergy.
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The Mid-East's beleaguered Christians
In the Egyptian city of Alexandria, a crowd of Muslim demonstrators tries to storm a Coptic church to protest at a play about a Muslim campaign to convert Christians.
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29 Chinese Christians arrested
Church leaders apprehended for holding 'illegal religious gathering'
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Louisiana hails Judge Moore-inspired bill
Act would prevent courts from ruling on acknowledgement-of-God issues
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Merry Christmas is NOT Offensive
—Jews Should Protect Religious Freedom for Everyone

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Wal-Mart faces boycott for 'banning' Christmas
Top retailer accused of discrimination while promoting Kwanzaa, Hanukkah
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  • Chinese Government Forbids Catholic Seminaries to Teach against Abortion Says Congressional Report

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China released its 2005 Annual Report last week, which detailed a myriad of deplorable human rights abuses routinely committed by the Chinese regime

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