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HEART Christian newspaper | October 24, 2019

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Islamic State Archives - HEART Christian newspaper

Kidnapped girl found

February 1, 2018 |

Another fresh start for an uncertain Christina on her way home to Dohuk

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February 4, 2017 |

A Christian family from the Middle East is reunited in Australia
(Photo: Barnabas Fund)

A leading aid charity has accused the British Government of failing Middle East Christians who face genocide by Islamic State (ISIS) after the Government finally released figures showing that Christians are badly under represented in the Government’s refugee intake.

Out of over 4,000 Syrian refugees welcomed in 12 months, only 64 were Christian. This is just 1.5%, whereas 10% of the Syrian population called themselves Christian before the civil war started. Read More


November 25, 2016 |

A group of Christian girls has been rescued from Isis after they texted their local priest.

Under the headline of ‘Divine intervention’, the Sunday Express reported that seven girls had been “miraculously saved” from jihadists. Church leaders thought … Read More

Gasps and tears at a church ruined by Isis

November 24, 2016 |

There were gasps, followed by tears at a small church in northern Iraq as a group of Christians returned to their parish Sunday November 13 to find that everything had been destroyed, including the statue of the Virgin Mary, which Islamic State … Read More


September 29, 2016 |

Girl kidnapped by ISIS appears on Facebook

Two years after her abduction by ISIS, little Christine, whose kidnap we reported in HEART, is still missing – but hopes rose for her mother when her daughter’s photo appeared on Facebook.

At least … Read More


June 7, 2016 |

The Prime Minister has told MPs that he believes there is a “very strong case” for labelling ISIS’s actions as acts of genocide, adding that he hopes they will be “portrayed and spoken as such”. Read More

Obama and UN urged to follow EU in calling ISIS slaughter ‘genocide’

March 24, 2016 |

After the EU and Council of Europe recognised the slaughter of Middle East Christians by ISIS as genocide, the US Christian campaigners American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) urged the UN and President Obama to follow suit.

Once the terror group’s 21-month vicious rampage through Northern Iraq and Syria is recognised as genocide, human rights agreements oblige participating governments to respond. Read More


February 3, 2016 |

In moving scenes at Prague airport, the first of 37 families rescued from Iraq arrived in late January.

Majid Rashid, one of the first ten arrivals, expressed relief: “For Christians, life is very hard in Iraq, we could describe it like living hell.”

He declared: “For us living in Iraq means giving your life and accepting death moment after moment.” Read More


November 30, 2015 |

Christians across Syria and Iraq are struggling to survive. The advance of Islamic State (IS) has made an already devastating situation worse. Kidnappings and killings of Christians are on the increase, and some Christian women and girls have been enslaved.

Yet despite impassioned pleas from Christian campaigners, the British government will only bring in refugees from UN camps. And the UN’s camps are dangerous places for Christians – IF they escape the clutches of IS to arrive at one.

Two Archbishops and the Vicar of Baghdad have failed to persuade Mr Cameron to do more for Syrian and Iraqi Christians who face death daily.  Now it’s your turn

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November 30, 2015 |

Gardner's world

The world’s ‘deafening silence’ as Israel faces threats from Iran, terrorism and IS alone

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has laid the blame for the recent upsurge in Palestinian terrorism squarely at the feet of PA chief Mahmoud Abbas, accusing him of incitement and supporting extreme groups.

“I believe it’s time to tell the truth about the causes of Palestinian terrorism,” he told a press conference marking the visit of UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon. “It’s not the settlements. It’s not the peace process. It’s the desire to destroy the State of Israel, pure and simple.” Read More

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