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On this week's episode of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, we sit down with author Raymond Ibrahim to discuss his new book,"Crucified Again: Exposing Islam's New War on Christians." We also take a closer look at Egyptian president ...
Christians are under attack, but you don't hear much about it in the media. It’s happening primarily in Islamic countries and it’s being exposed in a new book called, “Crucified Again,” by author Raymond Ibrahim.
Like an unrelenting drum beat echoing throughout the Islamic world, violence is being committed against Christians. Now one man is seeking expose this growing humanitarian crisis.
Crucified Again: The New Islamic War on Christians
Jews, Christians Help Spread Word about Persecution
Egypt in Crisis: Foes Protest Morsi, Brotherhood
Turkish Mega Mosque in Germany Sparks Controversy
There was a time when the Turkish-led Ottoman Empire ruled over a large chunk of Europe. Now some believe the Turks want to bring back those old glory days.
Inside the Muslim Brotherhood in the West
The Brotherhood has been active in the West for decades. CBN News recently traveled to Europe to discover what the Muslim Brotherhood has planned.
Israel a Christian Haven amid Islamic Persecution
Despite daily reports of violence in Iraq, some parts of the country are actually quite peaceful.
'We as Americans are the first line of defense for the country,' Congressman Steve Pearce said. But not everybody agrees.
Asian reporter Lucille Talusan gets an exclusive with Aceh's leader and an inside look at Shariah Law in effect in the tsunami-affected region.
The Mideast eagerly awaits the outcome of the U.S. presidential election -- the outcome will profoundly impact their future.
Thousands of Christians fled their homes in Iraq after radical Muslims threatened to kill them if they didn't convert to Islam.
When he converted to Christianity, this former Muslim faced persecution from his Muslim family. Worst of all, his eyesight suddenly began to fail.
Gadhafi Vows Victory, Rebels Plan New Gov't