Insights

More and more Muslims convert to Christianity during the time of Ramadan

During this month, the Muslim world is celebrating Ramadan, one of the greatest events of Islam.

The five countries with the most Christian prisoners

Through prison sentences, governments prevents Christians from spreading the Gospel and discourage others confessing their faith.

Budapest Report on Christian Persecution 2020: sub-Saharan Christians, part 3

In this article, I will write about East Africa, the third focal point of persecution in Africa.

Budapest Report on Christian Persecution 2020: sub-Saharan Christians, part 2

Even though in the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan Christians are in majority, they still face religious persecution.

2020 Budapest Report on Christian Persecution: sub-Saharan Christians

On the 2020 Open Doors World Watch list, twelve out of the fifty countries are located in sub-Saharan Africa.

Report of the situation of Christians in Syria during the ISIS occupation

CSW made a report in which they wrote about atrocities and provide some shocking data about the situation of Christians in Syria.

Sri Lankan government puts religious minorities under pressure

A law of antiterrorism prohibits Christians to express their religious beliefs.

Personal stories of the doubly persecuted

Personal stories of Christian women in the Middle East.

How does persecution affect Christian children?

Open Doors enumerates the disadvantages that Christian children have to face because of their, or their parents' religion.

President of Real Madrid became a monk

Rafael Sánchez-Guerra was the president of Real Madrid between 1935 and 1936. He later became a Catholic monk.