Totale 120 milioni di martiri cristiani prima del giudizio universale

Non può avvenire il giudizio universale se il numero dei martiri cristiani non raggiunge il numero stabilito di 120 milioni.. Oggi abbiamo sicuramente superato la quota di 100 milioni!
Quindi io lasciò a voi le considerazioni del caso!
Ovviamente un cristiano ucciso non diventa in modo automatico un martire cristiano!
Soltanto i cristiani uccisi in odio alla fede cristiana diventano martiri cristiani!





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Central Asia in the spotlight as Azerbaijan hosts European Games

Published: June 13, 2015

In a somewhat geographically and culturally challenging development, the first ever European ...

‘We are going through a terrible moment’

Published: May 8, 2015 by Barbara G. Baker

Danger levels rose sharply in late April for northeast Syria’s isolated Assyrian Christians, caught ...

Christian journalists threatened in Pakistan

Published: May 3, 2015 by Asif Aqeel

Protesters in Karachi on 30 April hold images of the murdered rights campaigner Sabeen Mahmud, and ...

Confusion around Pakistani Christian boy's burns death, amid communal tensions

Published: April 17, 2015 by Asif Aqeel

A 14-year-old Christian boy, who was first reported to have been doused with petrol and set on fire ...

Bombers kill 17, injure at least 80 in Pakistan church attacks

Published: March 16, 2015 by Asif Aqeel

At least 17 people were killed, and 80 others injured, as two churches in the main Christian ...

Indian priest kidnapped in Afghanistan released after eight months

Published: Feb. 23, 2015 by Anto Akkara

Indian Jesuit priest Alexis Prem Kumar who was kidnapped in June 2014 in southern Afghanistan was ...

Three more cases in which Pakistani Christians accused of blasphemy

Published: Dec. 11, 2014 by Asif Aqeel

Three more cases of blasphemy accusations have emerged in Pakistan, even after a Christian couple’s ...

Taliban murder four humanitarian aid workers in Kabul

Published: Dec. 2, 2014 by Barbara G. Baker

Three armed Taliban insurgents swept into a Kabul guesthouse on Nov. 29, murdering three South ...

Northern Christians accuse government of neglect as Boko Haram continue its killing spree

Published: Nov. 28, 2014 by Illia Djadi

Hundreds of Christians, displaced by the Islamist insurgency in Nigeria’s North, have been staging ...

Understand concept of ‘infidel’ to understand risks of Islamic radicalization

Published: Oct. 21, 2014 by Analysis by Jacob Zenn

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Some Boko Haram members seek Christ

Amid Boko Haram's deadly guerilla war against Nigerians, some disillusioned members of the radical Islamic uprising are exploring Christianity, a missionary group says.

"They're asking a lot of questions: Why is Allah not fighting for himself? Why is Allah sending these young people to go and die? Must we die like that before he gives us life?" said the director of a native Nigerian Christian organization active in the country's violent northeast, according to U.S.-based Christian Aid Mission. The organization says it has supported its Nigerian partner for 28 years.

The Nigerian Christian group is working in refugee camps, providing direct medical and food aid, and sharing the Gospel. Former Boko Haram members are withdrawn to distant locations to put them out of reach of the insurgency, Christian Aid Mission said.

Dubai: free to worship, but not convert

In Dubai Christians are free to worship but must not try to convert anyone, reports the BBC. Churches cannot display crosses, and those who preach publicly or try to persuade Muslims to convert can expect jail and deportation.

The UAE, of which Dubai is a part, has crippling restrictions on freedom of speech, the report says. “There's widespread media censorship and dozens of activists are in jail. But it also has a little-known history of religious tolerance” says the BBC’s Matthew Teller.

In 1966, the year oil was discovered in Dubai, Sheikh Rashid donated a pocket of land to a Roman Catholic mission. The city has since grown up around it, and St Mary's now stands beside a busy four-lane road in central Dubai.

Father Lennie Connully says the church receives "7,000 for Friday Mass" (main church services in Muslim countries are usually held on Fridays, for most the one non-work day of the week), which is held in many different languages. Thousands also attend different language services at the nearby Protestant Holy Trinity Church.

IS turns ancient Mosul church into mosque

Islamic State has turned an ancient Chaldean church in Mosul, Iraq into a mosque, according to Fides.

St Joseph church, which is considered to be one the oldest churches of the Chaldean denomination and overlooks the Tigris river, has been turned into the Abi Abd El-Rahman Elbilawi mosque, named after a leading figure in IS.

IS has removed crosses from the church, painted its dome black and already used it for prayers during Ramadan. St Joseph's is the second church in Mosul to be turned into a mosque, after St Ephrem.

Hassake church bells ring out ‘break-fast’

Sources in the northern Syrian city of Hassake have told theAnkawa news agency that church bells have started to sound the time when fasting Muslims can start eating - as the sun sets - because many mosques have no electricity due to fighting between the Syrian Army and Islamist rebels.

Some parts of the city are witnessing fierce battles between the Syrian Army and IS, which tried to invade at the end of June; aircraft shells caused great destruction in the west and south of Hassake.

Ankawa.com sources confirmed many parts of Hassake have no power.

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