International Christian Concern (ICC)

· Charges Dropped against Muslim Accused of Killing Christian in Egypt
ICC Note: In Upper Egypt the charges against a Muslim man who gunned down a Christian have been dropped. Prosecutors determined that Hasan Baghdadi could not stand trial by reason of insanity. Human rights groups have previously explained how the excuse of mental instability has spared many killers from standing trial in Egypt. This “devil…

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· Syrian Christian leader tells West: ‘Stop arming terror groups who are massacring our people’
ICC Note: Moran Mor Ignatius Aphrem II, Patriarch of Antioch, is calling on the West to support local governments needing sufficient arms to defend themselves against Islamic extremism. He specifically has not asked the West for military intervention. He also has condemned those calling suicide bombers “martyrs” as this just encourages radicals to believe violence…

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· Boko Haram Steps Up Attacks After Buhari’s Vows to Defeat the Group
ICC Note: Ever since Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari took office in late May, militant Islamist terrorists Boko Haram has increased attacks in northern Nigeria. After months of military progress against the insurgency, largely dislodging the militants from territory and strongholds they had previously held, Boko Haram appears to be making a comeback, with numerous suicide…

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· Chibok Girls ‘Forced to Join Nigeria’s Boko Haram’
Boko Haram is forcing the abducted Chibok girls to join the terrorist organization. Since being captured in April 2014, more 200 of the girls remain in captivity. Earlier reports have suggested that some of these girls may have been forced to carry out suicide bombing attacks. Now, some of the girls are reportedly being brainwashed…

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· Boko Haram Gunmen Storm Mosques at Evening Prayers, Kill 145 in Brutal Attacks on Nigerian villages
ICC Note: Boko Haram has reportedly assaulted two villages near Lake Chad in Nigeria, murdering 145 people attacking mosques and burning corpses. According to witnesses, a band of nearly 50 gunmen attacked during Muslim prayers Wednesday night and started shooting indiscriminately. Boko Haram has murdered more than 15,000 people during their Islamic insurgency across Nigeria,…

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· Bombers Attack Nigeria’s Maiduguri While Vice President Visits Camps
ICC Note:  Two suicide bombers struck near a hospital in Maiduguri, Nigeria on Wednesday, injuring two people.   The attack occurred shortly after Nigeria’s Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, a Chrisitan, arrived in town to visit a camp that houses displaced Boko Haram victims.  The Islamist terror group has increasingly attacked Maiduguri since President Muhammadu Buhari made it…

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· UN Report Exposes Widespread Boko Haram Atrocities
ICC Note:  A United Nations (UN) report documenting Boko Haram’s barbarism, which includes details about murder of women and children, rape, and using children as suicide bombers and human shields. The report exposes the monstrous evils that the Islamist terror organization continues to inflict on Nigeria, Chad, Cameroon, and Niger.  The report also noted how…

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· Egyptian soldier, the only Christian in his unit, found dead
ICC Note: An Egyptian soldier, the only Christian in his unit, was found dead in his office chair on June 24. The Army is calling it a suicide but evidence points toward homicide. Despite the fact that 24 year old Bahaa Gamal Mikhail Silvanus was a happy man with a promising future, he also died…

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· Lawyer for Pastors Facing Death Sentence in Sudan to Defend Them Without Access to Clients
7/2/15 Washington, DC (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that Mohaned Mustafa, the lawyer for the two South Sudanese pastors targeted for opposing the destruction of a church in Khartoum has less than two weeks to mount a defense for his clients, even though Sudan has denied him access to the…

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· PRAISE REPORT | Man Accused in Boko Haram Abduction of Chibok Girls Arrested
A man who was allegedly connected to the Boko Haram abduction of the Chibok girls has been arrested. Babuji Ya'ari stands accused of being “heavily involved” in the Chibok abduction last year according to Nigeria’s Defense Ministry. Photo: Babuji Ya'ari JTF member involved in abduction of Chibok school girls Learn more: http://ow.ly/P4sOL

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