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Somalia's Islamist terror group al Shabab wants to rid the Muslim country of all Christians and is specifically targeting Christian converts from Islam.
The Philippines is a mostly Christian nation. But in the south, Muslim extremists are trying to build an Islamic state, even putting some Christians to death.
'Chrislam' Movement Misguiding Former Muslims?
On this week's Christian World News: How the church is responding to Muslim converts, hopes of reform in Cuba, how one special baby is uniting a community, and more.
STRUGGLE FOR THE FAITH
Christian Convert Allowed to Stay in FL for Now
Ex-Muslim Boy Clings to Faith Despite Beatings
Islamic 'Honor Violence' Rising in the West
CBN Equador Christmas Outreach Draws 10,000
Here's just one example of Christians in other countries who are attacked and sometimes even killed because of their faith, especially if they're converts from Islam.
Watch the Thursday, September 9 edition of CBN Newschannel's Morning News with Heather Sells. Top Stories -- Opposition to Koran Burning Day Increases, Converted Christian Teen Given U.S. Residency Status, and more.
An Ohio judge has released Rifqa Bary from state custody. Last year, Bary fled her Muslim parents claiming they threatened her for converting to Christianity. A year-long custody battle ensued ended with the judge’s ruling.
On this week's Christian World News: A U.S. Congressman steps up for human rights in Morocco, Christian converts in the Middle East boldly sharing their faith, abortion ads now on TV in the U.K., and more.
Gospel star Kirk Franklin talks about his new book, The Blueprint. A man converts from islam to Christianity after a powerful vision. CBN News reports on adoption.
A foster care parent in the UK lost her license after a Muslim teen converted to Christianity while in her care.
More and more historic British churches are being sold and converted into office buildings and hotels. But some are fighting the trend.
The number of wineries in North Carolina has more than tripled in the last decade, started by farmers who switched from tobacco to grapes, making for booming business.
On Nov. 23, a criminal court charged the men under Article 301 of the Turkish penal code for allegedly insulting "Turkishness" and inciting hate while "trying to convert other Turks to Christianity."