In this interconnected world, news spreads swiftly, keeping you informed on global events. But some stories remain untold, failing to garner headlines or social media attention. The plight of persecuted Christians represents one such invisible struggle — an ongoing human rights crisis occurring in the shadows. It is time to shine a light on this marginalized group and the discrimination they face worldwide.
Regularly stories pop up about people who are cursed by other people, events, or objects. The curse of Tutankhamun is a well-known example. But there are also more recent curses, for example, the curse of Ötzi, an ice mummy found in 1991. And what about the petition in the city of Carlisle in 2005, to have a work of art removed that contained the text of a curse?