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Egypt's 'Brotherhood' to Electorate: 'No Israel'
Democracy Question Remains Amid 'Arab Spring'
Hillsong Church: An International Phenomenon
More than a year after Hosni Mubarak was ousted, many Egyptians believe their revolution has stalled -- a frightening prospect for Egypt's persecuted Christians.
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.
This week on Jerusalem Dateline: CBN News holds a roundtable discussion about the so-called Arab Spring and developments in Egypt one year after Hosni Mubarak was forced from power.
A recent election in Taiwan could mean greater opportunities to share the faith in mainland China. Gary Lane has the story.
Christians in Indonesia are finding it more difficult to gather for worship, yet the church continues to grow in the world's largest Muslim nation.
Malaysia presents itself as a model for Islamic moderation, yet many former Muslims say they are persecuted after finding Christ.
Living as a Christian in a Muslim nation carries a lot of risk and suffering. Even countries like Malaysia, which presents itself as a model of Islamic moderation, can be dangerous.
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Christians in the Central Asia say the harsh treatment they are receiving is reminiscent of the Communist era.
Christian judge Anarkul Toksobayeva was changed after a revolution ended the reign of the Kyrgyzstan President.
More Christians are leaving the Middle East, but perhaps the most alarming exodus is occurring in the Holy Land.
A small, vibrant Christian community works to ensure that the Gospel spreads after murders shook the nation.
A 29-year-old seminary student is asking Christians around the world to help free her parents from prison in China.
Tragedies like the Haiti earthquake often lead to a new sweeping spiritual revival.