The Military Religious Freedom Foundation calls the growing fundamentalist element a "national security threat."
The perceived wisdom that there is an inverse relationship between education and religion has been countered by a new study.
Many are leaving the region, fearful of persecution.
The president announced a three-month state of emergency after two bomb blasts on Coptic churches killed 49.
The incumbent governor is currently on trial for insulting the Koran.
Although the president has suggested Christians would get priority, refugees face same troubles getting visas.
Most Christians had to flee their homes to avoid death at the Islamic State's hands.
Christian leaders must not stand by and do nothing in their final window of opportunity.
Hundreds of women from the ancient Christian sect remain enslaved but their suffering fails to make the news.
ISIS is stopping several families, who have paid tax to remain, from leaving the embattled city.
Benzi Gopstein faces prosecution over an article he wrote last December.
Belief in a punitive or a forgiving God guides people's opinions of prisoner re-entry programs and the death penalty.
Israeli police are investigating suspected Jewish vandalism of an abbey near the Old City.
The violent extremist group may be trafficking in body parts.
Security for the pope is the heaviest ever seen.
There are no camps and no official aid programs for the exodus of Christians from Iraq.
Thousands of Christians flee Sadad as group closes in after capture of Mahin.
The terror group forced more than 200 Christians to pay a tax and sign a document making them second-class citizens in Al-Qaryatain.
The country's lack of mosques means Muslims will not feel integrated, a government spokesman says.
Forced from their homes, the Syriac Christians take their music with them.
Ethnic divisions flare in Kenya in the wake of the al-Shabaab massacre which killed 148 people.