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The archbishop of Dublin and Dominican friars urged for prayer amid riots that roiled the Irish capital last week in response to a stabbing attack at a Catholic school that injured three children and an adult.
Hamas has released 11 more hostages as part of a multi-day agreement made with Israel in return for Palestinians serving time in Israeli prison for security offenses.
A trans-identified Illinois man and alleged self-described “pedophile” is facing charges for making social media threats to sexually assault Christian girls and commit copycat attacks similar to the attack at a Christian school in Tennessee earlier this year.
A New Jersey church gave away more than $30,000 worth of Thanksgiving food, continuing a tradition it has partaken in for nearly two decades.
Hundreds of students rampaged through the halls of a New York high school for around two hours after learning a Jewish teacher attended a pro-Israel rally, vandalizing school property and forcing the faculty member to take refuge in a locked office.
Rep. Mike Gallagher, R-Wisc., on Sunday blasted a satanic Christmas tree display at a railroad museum in his hometown of Green Bay and criticized the museum for its "insufficient response" to public outrage.
Israel and Hamas have extended their truce agreement to include an additional two days, with the plan to exchange more Israeli hostages and Palestinian prisoners during that time.
Notable Evangelical leaders have signed a letter urging key political leaders to take a stand against antisemitism, support Israel and respond to the massacre by Hamas on Oct. 7, which they described as the most “significant since the Holocaust.”
A global evangelism ministry will release the 2,100th foreign language translation of the 1979 movie “JESUS," focusing on a language spoken by a South American tribe known for the killing of five American missionaries in 1956.
An Israeli small business owner fears that hatred against Jews has reached pre-Holocaust levels in many parts of the world as his company continues to work on helping people connect with the land of Israel.
Christians in the Bastar region are once again being denied permission to bury their dead, according to reports from Narayanpur district in the Bastar region of Chhattisgarh.
Canadian human rights report claims Christmas, Easter examples of 'systemic religious discrimination'
A Canadian government panel in charge of human rights law says celebrating Christmas and Easter holidays could be seen as a form of “religious intolerance.”