On July 4, 2022, a Christian mechanic, who had been imprisoned for the last five years awaiting trial under a false “blasphemy” accusation
Today in history, on July 16, 1212, an epic battle — which the Islamic State still vows vengeance for — took place between Christians and Muslims
Last May 29, 2022 in Istanbul and other cities in Turkey, elaborate celebrations were held to commemorate the 569th anniversary of the Islamic conquest of Constantinople in 1453.
The conquests of Christian lands lauded by al-Tayeb featured bloodshed, massacres, terror, enslavement, and plunder.
This is hardly the first time leading Palestinians invoke the early history of jihad in connection to Ramadan.
A Muslim man berated and beat a Coptic Christian woman because she entered his establishment with her head uncovered during Ramadan in Egypt.
The persecution of Christians in the Islamic world has become endemic.
“Allah, delight us with the extermination of the evil Jews,” imam on PA TV
‘Progressive’ Egyptian Newspaper Publishes Fatwa Banning Muslims from Selling Food to ‘Infidels’ (Non-Muslims) During Ramadan
the fatwa concluded that selling food to those who might eat it during the daylight hours of Ramadan was forbidden, “and there is no difference [in this ruling] between the Muslim and the infidel.”
Although it is traditional for papal podiums to depict the crucifix, during his recent visit to the island of Malta, Pope Francis ditched the cross lest it offend Muslim migrants.