Tag: Middle East Christians

Open Doors urges the West to provide persecuted Christians with more support

Christians are often being forgotten by the Western maintream media because of political correctness.

Christians are disappearing from the Middle East

The extinction of Christianity in the Middle East accelerated dramatically in the early 20th century amid the Armenian genocide.

Church leaders in Jerusalem demand more protection for Holy Land Christians

“Racist discrimination should never be accepted,” said Wadie Abunassar, a spokesman and adviser to churches in the Holy Land.

New report sheds light on the persecution of Christian women

Christian women face severe persecution and sexual victimisation across the Middle East

Attack on Iraqi Christian home sparks insecurity fear

The Christian presence in the region is dwindling as Christians face persecution from many angles.

Iranian authorities order pastor back to prison after temporary reprieve

Iran ranks as the ninth worst country in the world for Christian persecution by Open Doors USA

Afghan Christians facing higher risk of persecution with Taliban in power

The commission explains that Afghanistan has no long-established Christian denominations and traditions.

Christian parents face pressure to provide amid renewed warfare in Yemen

Yemen comprises one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises, with 233,000 people dead since 2015

USCIRF releases updated report on religious freedom in Saudi Arabia

The government persists in cracking down on freedom of religion, prohibiting Christians from praying and worshiping in public.

PEW report ranks Middle East highest persecuted region

Globally, social persecution is “high” or “very high” in 22% of the world’s countries.