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2 October 2020 |

Terror group blamed for Beirut blast

Terrorist group Hezbollah has been widely blamed for the Beirut blast that devastated the city, killing hundreds and leaving 300,000 people homeless. Former Israeli intelligence officer Lt Col Sarit Zehavi said: “Any way … Read More

Iranians beg to flee – to Israel!

6 June 2020 |

Caught between an oppressive regime and the raging coronavirus pandemic, Israel’s Foreign Ministry says thousands of Iranians are requesting help to escape to Israel.

“Thousands of people are asking to come to Israel for medical assistance or to emigrate,” Yiftah … Read More

Iran update

1 February 2020 |

Students refuse to trample Israeli flag

Students at Tehran’s prestigious Beheshti University refused to trample giant US and Israeli flags and booed those who did, Twitter video footage has shown.

Protesting youngsters killed

Iranian revolutionary guards have shot dead hundreds … Read More

Iranian converts imprisoned

1 February 2020 |

While the world’s eyes were on tensions between Iran and the USA at the beginning of the year, the Iranian regime continued cracking down on Christians.

A pastor and eight other believers were sentenced to a combined total of 45 … Read More

“The EU is on a collision course with God”

23 November 2019 |

EU foreign policy directly contradicts what God says in the Bible about Israel. There can be only one winner in this conflict, says international lawyer Andrew Tucker

The Hebrew Scriptures show that God promised to bring the people of Israel … Read More

Iranian Christians fall in love with the Jewish people

22 November 2019 |

Secrets of an underground movement led by “fiery” women

by Charles Gardner

In a country whose rulers have vowed to destroy Israel, a growing army of Iranians are falling in love with the Jewish people and crying out for their … Read More

Never again?

21 November 2019 |

For all the never agains, anti-Semitism did not die at the end of WW2. It is rising like a hydra. What is driving it?

Inflammatory rhetoric plays a big part. The gunman responsible for the Yom Kippur shooting in Halle, … Read More

The only vicar left in Iraq

28 September 2019 |

Meet the brave successor to Canon Andrew White

ON 25 OCTOBER 2009, SUICIDE bombers killed 150 people on the streets outside St George’s Church in Baghdad, injuring 600 more.

Faez Jirjees remembers this attack well. Despite the continuing risks faced … Read More

“Hand over Iran tanker for terror debt”

26 July 2019 |

In a twist on the Iran tanker crisis, human rights lawyers want Britain to sell the tanker seized by Royal Marines on 4 July to pay millions of dollars owed to terror victims.

Yet the British government and media have … Read More

Persecution Watch Oct – Nov 2017

4 October 2017 |

Rebuilding hope in Iraq

Christians are slowly returning to the town of Karamles in Iraq after Islamic State (ISIS) was ousted.

Over half of the houses in the town are either piles of rubble or completely burnt out, but 250 families have signed up to return. With the help of Christian charity Open Doors, 30 houses have so far been restored, with 20 more in the pipeline. However, the returnees get no help from the government. Read More

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