As the true figures of attacks on European citizens emerge, a campaigner for Christians’ rights has warned that the UK and Europe must pressure Islamic countries to take in Muslim refugees
The steady expansion of the UK Muslim community was having a challenging impact on many churches long before the recent wave of migrants from Syria, according to barrister and campaigner Wilfred Wong.
EVERY RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY in Europe should give a home to a refugee family arriving on the continent, according to Pope Francis.
The Pontiff said the Vatican itself would house two families, and added: “May every parish, every religious community, every …
Thousands of refugee children walked barefoot in temperatures up to 50 degrees Celsius, while Kurdistan’s freezing winter awaits themOctober 5, 2015 | admin
EXCLUSIVE: another eyewitness report from the doctor whose story in last issue’s HEART prompted many of you to act and has helped link Dr Baker to Samara Levy, the Brighton mother working with Canon Andrew White to transport aid to Iraq.
This time Dr Baker has met the father of Aylan Kurdi, the drowned boy whose image opened Europe’s doors and hearts
By Dr Mariwan Baker, a Kurdish doctor originally from Sulaimaniyah, who currently works in a Danish hospital in Copenhagen
There are no signs of stemming the flow of migrants and refugees into Europe. Nearly half a million people have crossed the Mediterranean this year, and this is just a fraction of the millions who may be heading this way. But could there still be a part for Britain to play in God’s purposes?
The enormous response of Christians to the call to aid the refugees in the Calais camp known as ‘The Jungle’ may be misconceived, says David Fox
When I visited the refugee camp on 17 September, one of the first things I saw at the entrance was a pile of burnt clothes and shoes.
I asked Madote an Eritrean lady sitting on the kerbside why these clothes had been burnt.