The WindoWatchman

Internet Pulls People to Japan’s Shinto Religion

Japan has much “soft” power, meaning the world loves aspects of their popular culture. All over the globe, people have ...
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What Should African Christians Do About the Epidemic of Coups?

Leaders of the United Nations describe Africa as having an “epidemic” of coups these past two years. During this time, ...
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India

Since her independence on August 15, 1947, the Indian government has usually had a good human rights record. For decades, ...
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Is Saudi Arabia Changing?

In most of the Muslim world, people add Islam to their old religious practices. Charms, amulets, belief in the evil ...
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Who Is Chad’s Worst Enemy?

Chad is poor, even by sub-Saharan African standards. There is a life expectancy of 49 years, and over 85 percent ...
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Persecution of Christians in Nigeria Might Increase in 2022

The word “metastasized” is a strong word. This term has to do with the spreading of something deadly to new ...
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Hard Times Ahead for Taiwan

October was very nerve-wracking for Taiwan. It began on October 1 when the People's Republic of China (PRC) "celebrated" the ...
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Indonesia/Covid crisis

During the one and a half years covid 19 has been ravaging the planet, the hardest hit areas have moved ...
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Afghanistan

For the first time in 20 years, American troops will not be in Afghanistan; the last day of August was ...
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Iraq water shortage

Water is scarce in Iraq

The human body is 60 percent water; there are good reasons why we need it. It is a well-known fact ...
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Uyghurs, China

Is this China’s final solution for the Uyghurs?

The first contact between the Han Chinese and the nomadic ancestors of the Uyghurs in 130CE was positive. Buddhism and ...
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Afghanistan

In Afghanistan, everything has value, except human life

Afghanistan has a 70 percent poverty rate. There has been ongoing war and strife with no end in sight. This ...
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