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Freedom of religion seems a lost hope for many in Egypt: A mother and her children have been sentenced to jail for converting to Christianity; Muslims continue to destroy Coptic property; and Coptic Christians flee their homeland. Continue Reading

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  1. Celine
    1 year ago

    What can I do to help?? God Bless & protect those persecuted Christians all over the world.

  2. Joachim
    1 year ago

    It is Devil plan To Islamize the whole world by starting killing our fellow Christians in Arab World,Countries like Us,and other european Countries must see this threat ,Today coptic in Egypt but Tommorrow may be Us,and other Countries These guys they wont stop killing is the directive from their Prpphet

  3. Cn
    1 year ago

    Pray that the Muslim leaders shall realise that they are destroying their own religion by persecuting other religion blindly.
    This includes some politicians in Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, who systematically persecuting the non-Muslims natives and forcefully converting them into Islam.

  4. Art arlo
    1 year ago

    So this is what Obama meant when he said the Arab Spring. Now today he will say at the inauguration..SO HELP ME GOD that is hard for me to believe that when he knows that Christians are being persecuted in Egypt for believing in Jesus.

  5. Tommy
    1 year ago

    President Mohammed Morsi promised to respect Christians' rights, and referred to Egypt as "one homeland for all."


    Lets face it president Morsi is a liar, doing what the best example for mankind to follow pioneered ....Lying, mass murder,rape, thievery,debauchery, and deceit so don't start crying that he is not playing the game according to Queensbury rules
    The truth is out there -- find it before it is too late
    .........................................................................................................................................
    Volume 5, Book 59, Number 369 :
    Narrated by Jabir bin 'Abdullah

    Allah's Apostle said, "Who is willing to kill Ka'b bin Al-Ashraf who has hurt Allah and His Apostle?" Thereupon Muhammad bin Maslama got up saying, "O Allah's Apostle! Would you like that I kill him?" The Prophet said, "Yes," Muhammad bin Maslama said, "Then allow me to say a (false) thing (i.e. to deceive Kab). "The Prophet said, "You may say it."
    ..................................................................................................................................................
    lies and murder by the messenger of their god

    Throughout the world Christians and other non muslims are being murdered to the tune of alla akhbar. (praise to satan) some religions are inspired by God others are the work of the devil.
    There can be no equality under islam only misery for unbelievers as referenced by the koran,sira and sunna

  6. Louis Barta
    1 year ago

    Thank you for publishing this informative yet distressing article, yet I strongly urge Catholic Online to further publicize the plight of North Korean Christians who are suffering even more horrid persecution under the insanely cruel hell on earth communist regime in their country.

  7. James
    1 year ago



    REV 21:4
    "He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away"

    Remember our greater days have not yet passed.

  8. John Wolfe
    1 year ago

    Remember that when they persecute Christians, they are persecuting Christ himself.

  9. rafaelmarie
    1 year ago

    Aah, Obama's arab spring???

    A winter time for Coptic Catholics!

    A man of war against the infants can never hope to promulgate peace.

  10. Vinod Sailes
    1 year ago

    Such persecution of Christians might cause pain and anguish but being a Christian it is worth the persecution and it would only be proper if such persecution is accepted as a wee bit of penance for attaining eternal life. Moreover, as we ourselves cannot foresee the fate that each one of the free Christians might have to endure in the coming years or centuries, we only need to treat these instances of persecution as a ray of hope for the early coming of Jesus Christ.

    I would even say rather than slamming such acts by wayward fanatics, we ought to rejoice that the prophesy of Jesus Christ who planted that one sapling by name ‘Christianity’ over 2000 years ago are coming true. And we including the other faithful and brethren who are made victims of fanatics under the guise of Islam ought to welcome these developments and reiterate our resolve to stand by the Savior even in times of adversities and persecutions. We are truly blessed that Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit touched our hearts through our forefathers that we were blessed to become followers of Jesus Christ.

    It is truly unfortunate that millions did not receive that grace of being numbered among the flocks as redeemed by Jesus Christ and called to glorify the name of Jesus Christ so that we may one day, in the company of all other Christians live to be gifted the heavenly reward with His “Come ye, blessed of my Father possess ye the kingdom prepared for you”. May the Savior and Lord bless all and may the Holy Spirit grant us all the strength to bear up with the cruelties inflicted by sinners and infidels in the name of Satan. Have all a nice day .. Amen.


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