Mindy Belz

Mindy wrote WORLD Magazine's first cover story in 1986 and went on to serve as international editor, editor, and now senior editor. She has covered wars in Syria, Afganistan, Africa, and the Balkans, and she recounts some of her experiences in They Say We Are Infidels: On the Run from ISIS with Persecuted Christians in the Middle East. Mindy resides with her husband, Nat, in Asheville, N.C. Follow her on Twitter @mcbelz.

The UN vs. Christianity?

International | Christian relief workers charge that UN efforts are prolonging war and famine in Sudan
by Mindy Belz
Posted 8/01/98, 12:00 am

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Smoke, but no fire?

International | Evangelical group says it can find no Christian persecution in Palestinian-controlled areas in the Middle East
by Mindy Belz
Posted 7/25/98, 12:00 am

Arab Christians living in the areas contested by the Israeli government and the Palestinian Authority are often viewed as deadwood, unwelcome third parties to territorial negotiations that pit a Jewish government against the predominantly Muslim Palestinians.

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Beijing: The new king of an old crown colony

International | One year later, some effects of communist rule are obvious; but for the church, the changes are more subtle
by Mindy Belz
Posted 7/18/98, 12:00 am

Gone are the British crown and the word royal from establishments like the Royal Hong Kong Observatory. So, too, the image of Queen Elizabeth from postage stamps. The hybrid bauhinia, a flower, is the symbol of a new Hong Kong under Chinese rule, adorning everything from public places to police insignia. Holidays like the British monarch's birthday have been replaced by China's National Day on Oct. 1 and Hong Kong's own handover day, July 1.

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