Reverend Franklin Graham: Is Christian Persecution Reaching Biblical Proportions?

Reverend Franklin Graham expressed shock over the “sobering” report that stated Christianity might go extinct in Iraq within a span of five years. The report Graham was referring to was made by the English charity Aid to the Church in Need (ACN), which stated that ISIS’ continuous persecution of Christians and strict imposition of Islam in Iraq could obliterate the Christian faith in the area.

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According to the ACN report, fear of genocide has prompted an exodus of Christians, notably from the Middle East and parts of Africa.  Christianity is on course to disappear unless emergency help is provided on a massively increased scale at an international level.

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Around the web:

Islam & Christian Persecution Spotlighted | WDAC

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LANCASTER – Saturday afternoon’s Spotlight looks at Islam and Christian persecution in the Middle East. Doug Bandow is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, specializing in foreign policy and civil liberties. He served as a …

CatholicHerald.co.uk » Church bells to ring across France to …

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Church bells will be rung on the Feast of the Assumption to show solidarity with the persecuted Christians in the Middle East. So far six French bishops have decided the bells will ring out in all churches in their diocese on …

Christian refugees from Middle East should be given priority …

http://www.theguardian.com/world

Christians in the Middle East are “the most persecuted group in the world” and should be given priority in the refugee resettlement process, government Senate leader Eric Abetz has argued. With the Coalition under pressure …

 

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