Christian Converts Often Denied Asylum by Agency

A few weeks ago, I had driven a woman and her children to my church service. She had escaped to Lebanon from a North African country following persecution. She had come to faith in Jesus Christ and became a Christian, but her family could not accept this. On the way...

Trafficking of Migrants Rampant in Middle East

Trafficking in persons, or human trafficking, is the second most lucrative illegal trade in the world today. It was also one of the four main themes the Institute of Middle East Studies (IMES) addressed at our recent Middle East Conference (MEC) 2013 held on June...