“This is a matter of principle. The world should know about the suffering of persecuted Christians in Bangladesh.”
UN claims around 6 million people are internally displaced and hundreds of thousands are facing extreme food insecurity.
Series of incidents after election of religious far right Israeli coalition government.
Persecution watchdog says religious killings in Nigeria are no longer making news.
Heavily-armed masked police stop protesting church members from disrupting the destruction.
“It hinges on destabilising the country by creating conditions that will induce open-ended emigration of Christians out of the country.”
Catholic critic accused of undermining national integrity and spreading false news in clampdown on dissent.
“It isn’t just governments in Africa that aren’t facing up to the true nature of this religiously motivated purge, it’s governments across the world.”
A pastor in western Uganda is still fighting for life in hospital, seven weeks after being poisoned by Muslim extremists. He was attacked by seven men who stormed into a home in late November. The pastor was praying for a couple who had recently converted from Islam to Christianity. The intruders forced all three believers [...]
“No matter how repressive, how domineering, no matter how demanding, nothing will stop God’s work.”
“If strong action isn’t taken quickly, there is a very real risk these attacks will spiral into even more widespread violence against the Christian community.”
“How many corpses are required to get the world’s attention?”
When village believers refused to recant their faith other residents attacked them.
Indigenous Catholics try to drive out Protestant minorities or force them to engage in Catholic activities.
Life has become increasingly difficult in China after Xi Jinping’s enforced zero-Covid policy locked down Shanghai, a city of 25 million people, and three years of border closures devastated the economy.
“Persecuting the Church won’t stop the Gospel, it’ll spark a wildfire.”
Majority Christian country has internal problems with Islamic extremism steadily growing.
Jewish religious extremists suspected after two men in religious attire are caught on camera damaging headstones.
“We are the army of Christ. So we are here to fight on his side and to bring the word of God to these people.”
Seeks to create the world’s “most extensive, covert network serving persecuted Christians.”
“Hated for loving Jesus and standing up for Biblical principles.”
“Christians must not live in fear and should continue to stand upon the truth of God in the face of hatred and violence.”
“They have some of the oldest Christian traditions in the world and they need our help.”
“For me, the best Christmas is when I’m with my family.”
“The government of Bulgaria was wrong to target these Christians with an alarmist campaign designed to suppress the freedom to live out their beliefs.”