WAVE OF DESTRUCTION HITS CHRISTIAN STATUES IN GERMANY

Pravoslavie.ru - 22/12/16 “Not a day goes by” without Christian statues being defaced or destroyed in the small German town of Dülmen and its surrounding area, population of less than 50,000, reports Breitbart. The wave of destruction swept through in late October and early November, leaving behind decapitated statues of the Lord Jesus Christ Himself and Francis of ...

JEWS, CHRISTIANS AND MUSLIMS UNITE TO REPAIR MOUNT ZION CEMETERIES

An arson attack on a Greek Orthodox seminary in Jerusalem last week is one of a number of suspected hate crimes against Christians and Muslims in the area.

Christian Today - March 2015 Christians and Muslims living on Mount Zion have been the target of numerous hate crimes in recent years, but representatives from all three religions are taking a stand against the intolerance by repairing the mount's graveyards. Last week a Greek Orthodox Seminary on the mount was the site of an arson attack in ...

Coptic Church Head in UK Speaks of Hope for Egypt in Wake of Morsi’s Election Win

By Christian Today 25/6/2012 The head of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the U.K. has spoken of his hope for positive reform in Egypt after the election of Mohammed Morsi as president. The Muslim Brotherhood's candidate is Egypt's first democratically elected president, coming to power 16 months after the fall of Hosni Mubarak's regime. In his victory speech, Morsi ...

Church fears ‘dictatorship’ in debt-burdened Greece

By: Christian Today reporter 17/6/2011 The Greek Orthodox Church in Great Britain has spoken of its concerns for Greece as the country struggles to free itself from a crippling debt crisis. Capital city Athens was rocked by violent protests on Wednesday as Greek riot police took on hundreds of protesters angry over the government’s austerity measures. After power-sharing talks ...