Christian persecution

Normalizing Religious Persecution

Two days ago, the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi extermination camp at Auschwitz, Poland garnered prominent press coverage, but today it is almost impossible to find any mention in the media of the Holocaust and that singular crime against the Jewish people. What's more, this media silence on religious persecution seems to apply to religiously motivated attacks on people no matter what their faith.

A Christian Victim of Kuwaiti Corruption Needs U.S. Government Intervention

A successful businesswoman and mother of a five-year-old Pennsylvania boy is just one of the many Christians to be wrongfully imprisoned in the Middle East. Marsha Lazareva spent 474 days in a Kuwait prison, accused of crimes she did not commit before her conviction was overturned. Now she needs your help to return to America with her son.

President Trump’s Christian Pilgrimage

With Christians around the world under attack as never before, and some of Christianity’s most ancient congregations in danger of extinction, we hope President Trump’s visit to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher will mark the renewal of America's long commitment to protecting persecuted Christians.

Religious Persecution in the Middle East Threatens Us All

The current persecutions inflicted on many Christians in the Arab world is nothing new; is an extension of centuries of Islamic law, discrimination and societal bias, which have relegated Christians, as well as other minorities, to second-class citizenship.