You may recognize my name. I’ve been in the news recently because I was one of the three prisoners with dual US-Iranian citizenship that Iran released in January.
There were 810 attacks on French Christian places of worship and Christian cemeteries in 2015.
Forty years ago, July 4, 1976, was a festival of special significance as America celebrated 200 years as a nation. Massive events were scheduled, historic tall ships graced...
Has anyone wished you a happy International Women’s Day (IWD) today? If not, let me be the first!
I woke up in Jerusalem, glanced at my iPhone and noticed a news bulletin from Fox News – four men had been murdered during morning prayers in a local synagogue.
A colleague and I were visiting the Mar Yousef church compound in the Ankawa district of Erbil, Kurdistan. Ankawa is a Christian enclave in a mostly Muslim city, and it is...
Asis Bibi’s infuriating story and sorrowful face have embodied the unfairness of Pakistan’s deadly blasphemy laws.
Today we can applaud, cheer and raise a toast to 17-year-old Malala for winning the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize. The announcement is especially sweet after last year’s bitter...
The Islamic State (ISIS) terror group announced through their mosques on Friday afternoon that local Christians must either convert to Islam, pay an exorbitant Muslim tax.
The bomb shelter I share with my Jerusalem neighbors was uninhabitable when I first moved into our residential building five years ago.