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For The Record on Christian Persecution

For the record on Christian Persecution, contain editorial pieces on the suffering by our brothers and sisters. Exposing main stream media and government’s complete silence on systematic genocide.

This year the WCSTG Foundation focus on South Africa, in fighting the persecution of Christians in the modern era.

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Arrests made for Isabel van Coller murder. Johannesburg police formed a task team and arrested several men drinking at a tavern in Alexandra.
The White Cross Monument, a unique exhibit of Christian persecution and systematic genocide happening in South Africa, while the world watches in silence.
Lana Marks the new United States Ambassador to South Africa has just arrived in South Africa. Let's hope her office support Minority Christian Rights.
In a paper called the "The Ten Stages of Genocide", originally released as the Eight Stages of Genocide, presented to the US State Department in 1996, Dr. Gregory H. Stanton, a peer-reviewed academic on the subject of...
South Africa too dangerous for tourists: Over 59 murders a day. A women is raped every 3 minutes. Armed and organised terrorists await your arrival.
Important message from the USA: Call to action for every Christian in the United States and the world. We need your help. Important message from the USA
Minister Bheki Cele, announced the 2018-2019 crime statistics on Wednesday. The crime rate in South Africa is undoubtedly out of control. Attempted murder rose by 4.1% and sexuall offences by 4.6% and according to police...
Some pictures of the thousands of genocidal attacks on Christians in South Africa. Warning Graphic Content, may upset sensitive readers.
Genocide database for victims of hate crime in South Africa. Dataset is exclusive to minority groups that are subject to high levels of existential threat.
This year we are focusing on South Africa. Violent attacks on Christian minority groups in South Africa, is largely unreported with few atrocities making headline news. We break down the available information and explore the limitations of...