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Trump takes first step on the road to rewinding the loss of religious freedoms in the US
Proclaiming that he is “giving churches their voices back”, on the National Day of Prayer President Trump signed an executive order protecting religious liberty.
Fulfilling another of his campaign pledges, Mr Trump continued: “Faith is deeply embedded into the history of our country, the spirit of our founding, and the soul of our nation… We remember this eternal truth; freedom is not a gift from government, freedom is a gift from God.”
The BBC broadcast a report by Tim Samuels of how he spent a night at an Israeli hospital staffed by Jewish, Muslim and Druze medics that is treating wounded Syrians, both soldiers and civilians, who cannot get the treatment they …
The British government has made an unprecedented statement against the United Nations Human Rights Council after the latest vote condemning Israel.
The UK issued a statement putting the council “on notice” over its bias against Israel, threatening to vote against …
The tragic ship Exodus
By Jennifer Nevill
About 50 people travelled from far and wide to Little Stoke, Bristol to learn and to pray about various events relating to the history of Britain and Israel which will be commemorated in 2017.
In July and September in Haifa, Israel,70 years on, those Holocaust survivors who were on board the Exodus ship 1947 and their families will be remembering the historic and traumatic events relating to the ship. British Christians are invited to participate in these commemorations as an act of repentance for what our nation did.
Uber driver Bryan Kemper converts people to pro-life views while travelling in his car
Credit: Kjetil Ree/Wikimedia
Uber has had some unfavourable publicity recently, but one Uber driver has found that his customers are a captive audience for his anti-abortion discussions.
CROSS ABOUT CRITICISM: Sylvi Listhaug, who has been attacked by a liberal journalist merely for wearing a crucifix
Photo credit: Kjetil Ree/Wikimedia
A Norwegian minister has been targeted by left-wing media outlets for wearing a crucifix.
Sylvi Listhaug, Norway’s first ever Minister of Immigration and Integration and a member of the Progress Party, has been accused of wearing the cross to promote “xenophobic” views.
People weak with hunger cannot dispose of their dead livestock, which adds the threat of disease to that of famine
The famine in East Africa has rightly received a high profile in the media and international charities are appealing for donations.
Sixteen million people are on the brink of starvation after the worst drought for many decades, according to Barnabas Fund, which is trying to increase its food aid to reach 200,000 Christians.
Photo credit: Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia
It has been reported that the new Trump administration has many Christians working for it. The most famous is Vice President Mike Pence. Perhaps the next best known, and all the more remarkable in view of the negative publicity around the new President’s attitude to women, is Kellyanne Fitzpatrick Conway. Not only did she organise Donald Trump’s race to the White House, but she was the first female campaign manager to win a US presidential election.
Release International has joined leading jurists from around the world in calling on China to stop the torture of human rights lawyersMarch 1, 2017 | admin
Leading jurists from around the world are calling on China to stop the torture of its human rights lawyers, many of whom are Christians.
Lawyers who have been tortured include Li Chunfu who has just been released on bail. The Christian is showing signs of trauma and severe mental breakdown after his ordeal, which is said to have included torture by electric shock batons.