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Tunis

Tunis

Source: Arab World Media Walking the streets of Tunis, you could be forgiven for believing you’re somewhere in Europe. There is a distinctly French vibe to the architecture as well as the layout. But the history of Tunis goes back way beyond the French occupation of... Read more
Arab Spring 2.0?

Arab Spring 2.0?

Presently we see heavy protests in Algeria, Sudan and an ongoing war in several Muslim majority nations. In some nations, the wars that started in since 2011, have not quieted down and in some cases, it even escalated. This is true for Afghanistan, the persecution of... Read more
Bibles and Audio Bibles

Bibles and Audio Bibles

The reading of the Bible is one of the top five reasons why Muslims become Christians. There is a shortage of Bibles in the Muslim world. A big problem is that large numbers of especially the unreached Muslim populations, cannot read. Let us pray for Audio Bibles for... Read more
The Tarabin tribe

The Tarabin tribe

And he said to them, “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.” Matthew 4:19 The Tarabin is a tribe that lives primarily in the town of Nuweiba, Egypt, and surrounding desert villages. The men work in tourism as desert guides or as fishermen. The women make... Read more
What about the Christians?

What about the Christians?

The mass shootings in New Zealand at two Christchurch mosques that killed 50 people on March 15, is a tragedy. There was round-the-clock media coverage of these attacks, and rightly so. Each person is precious, and this is not how we should live or die. At the same... Read more
Syria: the “never ending crisis”

Syria: the “never ending crisis”

Syria: the “never-ending crisis” Friday 22 March 2019 marked the eighth year of the Syrian refugee crisis. The Syrian War is really complex. Heart for Lebanon’s Tom Atema says: “For every question that’s asked about the Syrian refugee crisis there are 20... Read more

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