News & analysis
This is a collection of recent articles and research written by the Barnabas team.
Displaced Iraqi Christians die in miserable conditionsCountry/Region: Middle East and North Africa, Iraq
Reports have emerged that Iraqi Christians driven from their homes by Islamist militants are beginning to die in crowded camps and other temporary places of refuge.
On 10 August, Chaldean Patriarch Louis Raphael Sako released a statement on the plight of displaced Iraqi Christians, whom he said are sleeping in churches, schools, streets and public parks.
Indian Christian women arrested following false accusations of forced conversions
Four Christian women were arrested in the Indian state of Karnataka after visiting the home of a non-Christian family.
Five Christians accused of murder in Laos found not guilty
A group of Christians in Laos who were falsely accused of murder have been found not guilty. The believers, who remain in custody, were arrested after a sick woman sought prayer...
Editorial: Is the international response too little, too late for Iraq’s beleaguered Christians?
In the year 363 AD, a very holy man by the name of Mattai, fleeing persecution under the Roman Emperor Julian the Apostate, founded the monastery of St Matthew’s. Lying 20 miles from Mosul in northern Iraq...
Iranian pastor charged with “waging war against God”
Iranian pastor Matthias Haghnejad has been charged with enmity against God, a crime that can be punishable by death, while the fate of two other Christians arrested with him remains unknown.
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