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Topic: Islamists

We must welcome Christians fleeing the Middle East to Britain

The long tradition of the presence of Christians in the Middle East is nearly at an end

Catholic Herald View: We are witnessing a great betrayal of Iraqi Christians

When is silence from Western leaders a shrewd political strategy and when is it simply cowardice?

Former UK ambassador to Holy See criticises Number 10 as Christians driven out of Mosul

Faithful in Iraq told to ‘convert, pay or die’ by Islamic State militants

‘Church in Iraq in perhaps its darkest period,’ says patriarch

Chaldean Patriarch Louis Sako reiterates appeal for release of two nuns and three orphans

Foreign intervention won’t help Iraq, says Baghdad archbishop

Archbishop of Baghdad believes Iraqi leaders must work together to stop Isis

Nigerian cardinal supports offer of amnesty to Boko Haram insurgents

Cardinal Onaiyekan of Abuja backs Nigerian President’s proposal

Bishop John Joseph: A sacrifice never to be forgotten

16 years after the death of Bishop John Joseph, the Pakistani government still has much to do in order to protect Christians

Priest injured in latest acid attack in Zanzibar

Father Joseph Mwaganbwa hospitalised with burns to his face, chest, thighs and legs

Attacks on Christians in Central African Republic must stop, says priest

Carmelite Father Aurelio Gazzera says Islamists have “reserved bloodiest treatment for Catholic catechists”

‘Beelzebub inhabits hearts in this country’

Jonathan Luxmoore says clergy are being kidnapped, tabernacles profaned and Church hospitals ransacked in the Central African Republic