Tag: Islamic State

Christians remain at risk of 'eradication' in post-ISIS Iraq

About 87% of Christians surveyed in the study said they feel “unsafe" in this Middle Eastern region.

A film about Copts murdered by jihadists in Libya to be released in Egypt

The director will be Yussef Nabil, whose life has already been in jeopardy for producing a film about Christian martyrs.

‘Life after ISIS’: Christians are leaving Iraq due to ongoing security concerns

The report documents how Iraqi Christians’ worries over Iran-backed militias operating in their region drive emigration

The Islamic State West Africa Province kills dozens of people in Nigeria

Boko Haram and its offshoot, Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP), have killed thousands and displaced millions in Nigeria.

Christians regain hope for Mosul's rebirth six years after ISIS took power

Infrastructures must be rebuilt, corruption eradicated, and services boosted.

Iraqi priest: pandemic is sinking the economy but helping the Islamic State

The weakening economy increases poverty which is working in favour of jihadist recruitment.

Egyptian Church condemns Islamic State attack on soldiers in North Sinai

The Council of Catholic Patriarchs and Bishops expressed “full solidarity" with the government against “such evil terrorism".

Libya army captures notorious terrorist

He is also believed to have participated in the attack against Coptic Christians in 2017 as they traveled to St. Samuel Monastery.

Christians remain vital to Iraq, says U.S. lawyer who advises Chaldeans

It was difficult for Westerners to understand the deep trauma Christians in Iraq have experienced.

'Hit-and-run' operations carried out around Kirkuk by IS

Islamic State may revive amid pandemic and curfew in Iraq.