Danger Grows for Egyptian Christians Following Embassy Attack

Danger Grows for Egyptian Christians Following Embassy Attack

CFI’s Egyptian co-worker has reported that danger is on the rise for Coptic Christians in Egypt, in the aftermath of the U.S. embassy attack that took place on September 11. The attack, which was reportedly in retaliation for an anti-Islamic film created by an Israeli-American filmmaker that blasphemed the prophet Mohammed, was carried out this week in conjunction with a similar attack that occurred at the U.S. embassy in Libya. Four people,...

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Libya, Egypt Attacks Will Increase Christian Persecution, says Christian Freedom International

Libya, Egypt Attacks Will Increase Christian Persecution, says Christian Freedom International

Christian Freedom International (CFI), a Michigan-based organization dedicated to assisting persecuted Christians around the world, is expressing concern that Middle Eastern Christians will feel extended repercussions of the recent bombings in Libya and Egypt that killed four American workers, including U.S. Ambassador to Libya J. Chris Stevens. The bombings came in retaliation for the anti-Islamic film “Innocence of Muslims,” a 14-minute video...

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Spreading the Gospel: An Interview Winner Lynn

Winner Lynn has come a long way this year. When the young Burma native and former refugee arrived in the United States several years ago to become a member of the Jacobson family, he had no real idea of what awaited him in his new life in America. Now, after having completed his first year as a student at Pensacola Christian College (PCC) in Pensacola, Florida, his vision for the future is as clear — and bright — as ever. “I have...

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