Tag: Lybia

Six Egyptian Christians were kidnapped and released in Libya

They went to neigbouring country to find a workplace.

Christian convert sentenced to death under apostasy law in Lybia

Four years ago, the young man converted to Christianity and has been arrested and detained multiple times since then.

Libyan Church seeks to appeal court eviction notice

For 51 years, the Union Church and three other Protestant multi-national churches have utilized the building for worship gathering

On this day seven years ago, 21 Coptic Christians were martyred

On the occasion of the 7th anniversary of the massacre, Tristan Azbej remembers the martyrs in a Facebook post.

17 Coptic Christians go missing in Libya

Numerous Coptic Christians cross over to Libya in search of work despite knowing that they will face severe persecution.

Egyptian Coptic Christians disappear in Libya

A decade of instability and violence has left Libya a country shattered by competing armed groups, terrorists and militias.

Copts remember the sixth anniversary of the massacre of Coptic martyrs

Today we remember the 6th anniversary of the massacre of twenty Copts in Libya in the company of their Ghanaian workmates.

Over three hundred million Christians suffer from persecution worldwide

Current data cover the period from the 1st of October 2019 to the 30th of September 2020

Libyan conflict puts Christians in the crosshairs

The country’s civil war includes a strong narrative regarding the persecution of Christians.

Libya army captures notorious terrorist

He is also believed to have participated in the attack against Coptic Christians in 2017 as they traveled to St. Samuel Monastery.