Resources on International

WASHINGTON (BP)—The U.S. House of Representatives has approved legislation to assist Christians and other survivors of the genocide committed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria and to bring the perpetrators to justice. In a June 6 voice vote,... Continue...

What is Jerusalem Day? Jerusalem Day (Hebrew: Yom Yerushalayim) is an Israeli national holiday that celebrates the unification of Jerusalem under Jewish sovereignty, an event that occurred during the Six Day War in 1967. On May 12, 1968 the government... Continue...

What is Aleppo? Aleppo is the largest city in Syria and contains the country’s largest population of Christians. Aleppo is believed to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world behind only Damascus (also in Syria) and... Continue...

Every Monday, we bring to you the top five international stories of the week, with a particular emphasis on religious liberty, justice issues, and geopolitical issues that impact liberty and justice. This week, we bring you a special edition, focused... Continue...

While most people know today as Halloween, for millions of Christians October 31 is also Reformation Day. Here are five facts about the Protestant holiday: 1. Reformation Day celebrates Martin Luther's nailing his ninety-five theses to the church door Wittenberg,... Continue...

Every Monday, we bring to you the top five international stories of the week, with a particular emphasis on religious liberty, justice issues, and geopolitical issues that impact liberty and justice. 1. Asia Bibi, Pakistani Christian accused of blasphemy, has hearing... Continue...

Every Monday, we bring to you the top five international stories of the week, with a particular emphasis on religious liberty, justice issues, and geopolitical issues that impact liberty and justice. Hurricane Matthew strikes Haiti, killing at least 100 and... Continue...

Every Monday, we bring to you the top five international stories of the week, with a particular emphasis on religious liberty, justice issues, and geopolitical issues that impact liberty and justice. Shimon Peres, founding father of Israel and pillar of... Continue...

Every Monday, we bring to you the top five international stories of the week, with a particular emphasis on religious liberty, justice issues, and geopolitical issues that impact liberty and justice. 1. Ceasefire ends in Aleppo, and intense fighting resumes. The... Continue...

Every Monday, we bring to you the top five international stories of the week, with a particular emphasis on religious liberty, justice issues, and geopolitical issues that impact liberty and justice. 1. Over 100 parliamentarians from 60 countries gather in Berlin... Continue...