CIC Persecution News Headlines
News of persecution, human rights violations, and other articles of interest.
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PERSECUTION NEWS HEADLINES - for the week ending March 25, 2023
Officials released Church on the Rock Pastor Geng Zejun on March 19th after he served a sentence of 15 months for "illegal organization of gathering."
Nigeria’s gubernatorial elections took place last weekend, and the stakes are high for Africa’s largest nation.
Muslim intruders told congregation to disperse.
Church building demolished.
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the constant stream of death tolls from rebel attacks reads like a Twitter feed — 40 killed in this town, nine killed in that village.
Tonight marks the beginning of Ramadan — a month of fervent prayer and fasting in Islam.
The militants that killed 17 Christians at Agwan Wakili recently have returned this week, attacking another Christian community in Mubushi and Langsong on March 14, 2023.
Eight members of the U.S. House of Representatives sent a letter to U.S. ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom, Rashad Hussain, raising concerns over the United Kingdom’s unfair treatment of Christian beliefs.
Simply the mention of Iran in the international media evokes a certain level of controversy and alarm.
Tanzania: Nurturing a Network of Churches
Solomon is an evangelist who focuses on reaching and discipling Muslims in an ocean-side city in Tanzania.
Awatif Abdalla Kaki, a 27-year-old mother of four, lives in the city of Omdurman (adjacent to Khartoum).
After more than six years in captivity in West Africa, longtime American Christian aid worker Jeff Woodke has been released.
It was bad enough when the US hastily withdrew from Afghanistan, leaving $7 billion-worth of military equipment to the Taliban.
Iran is a country known for its strict adherence to Islamic law, which makes practicing any religion other than Islam difficult, especially for Christians.
Legislation already drawn up, double penalty for converting those under 18
The criminal trial has begun in Tomsk of a musician and teacher who
allegedly "discredited" the Russian Armed Forces more than once in a year.
Christians gathered in a South Asian country recently for a special celebration.
Muslim husband takes children from her.
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