An Iraqi Christian woman in her 30s and a mother of three narrates how Islamic State terrorists "married and divorced" her as many as nine times a night to rape her with "justification" before she escaped their stronghold of Mosul.
"They had me whenever they would desire it. Especially this one, Farouk, who was obsessed with me and he would say, 'I like the people of Jesus,'" the woman says in a video interview with the non-profit group In Defense of Christians, which shared the footage with Fox News.
The woman, whose identify has not been disclosed for security reasons and who is seen crying and shaking in parts of the interview, then talks about how she was "married" by fighters of Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL or Daesh. more >>
The holy month for Muslims will start in a few days with fasting expected to last longer during the day because of the summer solstice.
Dubbed Ramadan, this holy month for Muslims will begin on June 6 and will be observed until July 5, Metro noted. The month-long celebration commemorates the time when Allah handed the Koran, the holy book of Islam, to Prophet Muhammad.
Independent explained that Ramadan is also the ninth month in the Islam calendar, which is considered the most scared because of the Koran's history. For the entire month, Muslims do not eat nor drink from the moment the sun rises to sunset. They also pray, contemplate and practice acts of generosity towards others. more >>
Syrian troops have captured a notorious Islamic State executioner who is known to the West only by his nickname, "The Bulldozer of Fallujah."
Videos have surfaced online this week purporting to show Syrian Army troops dumping a heavyset IS (also known as ISIS, ISIL and Daesh) militant into the back of a pickup truck and hauling him away.
One video shows the militant, who has his hands tied behind his back and is not wearing a shirt, grimacing as he lies on his back in the bed of the pickup truck while Syrian troops gather around to take photos and videos of the writhing man before the truck pulls away. more >>
Did you hear that Miss USA Rima Fakih converted to the Christian faith from Islam? She's part of an exciting trend!
The headlines are filled with bad news about the Muslim world in general — and Christian-Muslim encounters in particular. We see horrifying images of Christians kneeling before being decapitated, of kindly nuns executed, of believers by the tens of thousands forced to flee their homes as refugees to escape ISIS.
But as the late Paul Harvey used to say, you need to know "the rest of the story." There are some good, very good, things happening in the Muslim world. more >>
The Rev. Franklin Graham has denounced feminists in America for failing to speak out against a proposed Pakistani law that would give men the right to beat their wives.
In response to the proposed legislation, Graham wrote Tuesday on Facebook that he believes American feminists are too silent on matters like the Islamic Republic's possible legalization of abuse and violence against women.
A Texas pastor involved in building Christian-Muslim dialogue at a high level has warned that American Christians being hateful and unwelcoming toward Muslims is only fueling the persecution of Christians in Muslim-majority countries.
Dr. Bob Roberts, the senior pastor of Northwood Church in Texas, told The Christian Post in an interview that he is "very concerned" about Christian-Muslim relations in America. Roberts had joined some 200 Muslim leaders in Morocco to write a 750-word document protecting the freedom of religious minorities in predominantly Muslim countries in January.
Roberts points to LifeWay Research surveys that show that in America, the people with the most negative view of Muslims are Evangelicals, which he says is a contradiction with what it means to be an Evangelical. more >>