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U.S. Lawmakers Try to Reignite Outrage Over Kidnapped Schoolgirls

U.S. Lawmakers Try to Reignite Outrage Over Kidnapped Schoolgirls

By Ryan Hill   (WNS)–Last weekend, several members of Congress met a Nigerian woman who was forced to watch as terrorists decapitated her husband. The murderers then slit her throat and...
President Obama’s Spiritual Advisor Raises Pastor Saeed Abedini’s Case in Iran, Asks for Clemency

President Obama’s Spiritual Advisor Raises Pastor Saeed Abedini’s Case in Iran, Asks for Clemency

By Jordan Sekulow Pastor Joel Hunter, known as President Obama’s spiritual advisor, recently returned from a trip to Iran where he raised American Pastor Saeed Abedini’s case with Iranian...
North Korea Deserves Unrelenting Attention for Unrelenting Atrocities

North Korea Deserves Unrelenting Attention for Unrelenting Atrocities

By Rikki Elizabeth Stinnette   (WNS)–Shin Dong-Hyuk spoke in a calm monotone as he recounted how North Korean prison guards dangled him over a fire. Because he thought the guards would...
Israel Encourages Farmers to Honor Biblical Sabbatical Year

Israel Encourages Farmers to Honor Biblical Sabbatical Year

By Israel Today Staff    The Israeli government has reportedly set aside NIS 100 million (~$29 million) to encourage local farmers to honor the biblical command to let their fields lie fallow...
ISIS targets Christians in Mosul

ISIS targets Christians in Mosul

By Mark Ellis The radical Sunni terror group that overthrew Mosul and now threatens Baghdad and the entire region is already targeting Christians for persecution. The group known as ISIS (the Islamic...
Canadian Lawyers Rally Against Christian Law School Grads

Canadian Lawyers Rally Against Christian Law School Grads

By J.C. Derrick   (WNS)–By a 3-to-1 margin, member lawyers of the Law Society of British Columbia voted June 10 to reverse a previous decision to recognize future graduates from the...
Saeed Abedini Taken from Hospital, Returned to Prison

Saeed Abedini Taken from Hospital, Returned to Prison

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich   (WNS)–After spending two months recovering in an Iranian hospital, Saeed Abedini has been returned to Rajai Shahr Prison, according to a recent report released...
Religious Leaders Band Together to Support Believers in Egypt, Iraq, and Syria

Religious Leaders Band Together to Support Believers in Egypt, Iraq, and Syria

(WNS)–A broad coalition of religious leaders and organizations announced in early May a pledge of solidarity and call to action for American Christians to stand with persecuted communities in...
Pregnancy Buys Time for Pregnant Sudanese Woman Sentenced to Die

Pregnancy Buys Time for Pregnant Sudanese Woman Sentenced to Die

By Julia A. Seymour   (WNS)–Sudanese Judge Abaas Al Khalifa sentenced a 27-year-old pregnant mother to death by hanging after she refused to recant her Christian faith earlier this...
Mexican Politician: Families Should Have Three Kids and “Not One More”

Mexican Politician: Families Should Have Three Kids and “Not One More”

By Andrew Branch   (WNS)–A pro-abortion Mexican politician is defending herself against claims of racism after she suggested Mexico’s welfare system would not care for families with...