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my Kingdom JHWH Israel ] VOGLIO ESSERE detenuto nelle carceri Iraniane con la accusa di avere cercato di convertire al cristianesimo il Iran/Presidente Hassan Rouhani

Iran: Christian convert loses appeal against 10-year sentence for ‘missionary activities’ November 24, 2017 By World Watch Monitor Iran Bahram Nasibov, Converts, Eldar Gurbanov, House churches, Iran, Naser Navard Gol-Tapeh, Religious freedom, Tehran, Yusif Farhadov. An Iranian convert to Christianity has had his 10-year prison sentence upheld after losing his appeal. Naser Navard Gol-Tapeh was sentenced in May alongside three Azerbaijanis. All four men were given 10-year sentences for “missionary activities” and “actions against national security” in Iran. However, the three Azerbaijanis – Eldar Gurbanov, Yusif Farhadov and Bahram Nasibov – were allowed to leave Iran in November 2016 and are unlikely to be forced to return, despite their representatives also failing to overturn their verdicts during the 12 November hearing, World Watch Monitor understands. “In recent months, a number of Christians were handed down sentences of between 10 and 15 years, charged with offences such as ‘acting against national security’. These political charges may help avoid international outcry at religiously motivated charges.” Article 18. The four men were arrested in June 2016 after security agents raided a wedding party in Tehran. They spent four months in prison, but were then released on bail, after which the Azerbaijanis travelled home. Left to right: Bahram Nasibov, Yusif Farhadov and Eldar Gurbanov (Middle East Concern) The charges against the men were described as “unwarranted and unjustifiable” by Mervyn Thomas, chief executive of Christian Solidarity Worldwide. News of their sentencing came during the same week that four other Iranian Christians received lengthy jail terms for offences relating to evangelism and acting “against national security”. Since May, 21 Christians have been sentenced to long prison terms in Iran, according to advocacy group Article 18. “Iran continues to violate international law on freedom of religion or belief,” according to Article 18, which noted that Iran is ranked 8th on the Open Doors 2017 World Watch List of the 50 countries in which it is most difficult to live as a Christian. “The growing community of Christian converts are not permitted to attend recognised churches and have to gather for worship in secret ‘house churches’ and risk arrest and imprisonment. In 2016 over 193 Christian were arrested for attending these prayer meetings and Bible studies in ‘house churches’. “In recent months, a number of Christians were handed down sentences of between 10 and 15 years, charged with offences such as ‘acting against national security’. These political charges may help avoid international outcry at religiously motivated charges.”

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e la NATO gli riponderà: “BRAVO BRAVO BRAVO!” quando tutti i cristiani per genocidio shariah si saranno estinti in tutta la LEGA ARABA? Erdogan il Boia Allah akbar dirà: “non era colpa mia” e poi: ” gli armeni? non sono stati i turchi!” e la NATO gli riponderà: “BRAVO BRAVO BRAVO!”

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quando tutti i cristiani per genocidio shariah si saranno estinti in tutta la LEGA ARABA? Erdogan il Boia Allah akbar dirà: “non era colpa mia” e poi: ” gli armeni? non sono stati i turchi!”

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quando 30 anni fa io ho iniziato con l’Osservatorio sul Martirio dei cristiani, c’erano molti più delitti di oggi.. e presto: noi vedremo, soltanto, le caratteristiche naziste della LEGA ARABA, India, Caomunisti, ecc… ecc.., ma, non avremo più omicidi di martiri cristiani da dover denunciare perché nella LEGA ARABA, come altrove per la felicità di Rochefeller Bilderberg UE e Bush: i super sacerdoti di Satana, i cristiani nel mondo saranno stati tutti uccisi! Recent Articles Iran: Christian convert loses appeal against 10-year sentence for ‘missionary activities’ What makes Pakistan’s small religious minorities so significant? Vietnam’s religion policy and practice – contradictions continue Russian Patriarch and UK archbishop call for greater support for persecuted Christians Iraq and Philippines Christians join Red Wednesday religious freedom solidarity display

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“Volevamo la gloria”: a Kiev si commenta offensiva ucraina fallita nel Donbass. Kingdom universal brotherhood 13:43 26.11.2017 | Volevamo la gloria di Maometto shariah, ma in INFERNO Satana Morgan non li onorerà! https://it.sputniknews.com/mondo/201711265326764-Poroshenko-LNR-Lugansk-ATO-guerra-provocazione-esercito/ Bcg Trt · Virginia woolf peggio della grande guerra e la EU che appoggia i porconi fascisti aggressori che fanno la fine che hanno fatto i loro predecessori a Stalingrad Sicchiero Mauro La Russia alla fine comunque, vincerà. Ricordiamo che la Santa madre di Dio, ha preteso da Papa Giovanni Paolo II di mettere la santa terra russa sotto il suo manto di protezione EL Pachanca · Lavora presso Chernobyl Atomic Energy Station Un unica parola per descrivere gli ucranioti SUBUMANI. TIC TIC TIC TAC il buio si avvicina xplorer 13:17 26.11.2017 Cari combattenti non si combatte per combattere o per celebrare una vittoria, si combatte per uno scopo successivo al combattimento e normalmente di lungo periodo. Se combattete per combattere siete solo fascisti, braccio armato di qualcuno per il quale siete solo carne da cannone. schardif 13:31 26.11.2017 | 1 Il costo di una mina per per soli tre ucraini è eccessivo , il controvalore attuale non può essere sotto i 100 – 120 ucraini per mina ! !

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“Volevamo la gloria di Maometto shariah, ma in INFERNO Satana non li onorerà!”: a Kiev si commenta offensiva ucraina fallita nel Donbass 26.11.2017( Il consigliere del presidente e del ministro della Difesa dell’Ucraina Yury Biryukov ha commentato su Facebook le azioni della 58esima brigata delle forze armate ucraine, i cui soldati avevano cercato di irrompere nelle posizioni delle milizie dell’autoproclamata Repubblica Popolare di Lugansk a ridosso della linea di contatto nel Donbass. “Non è stato un blitz. Salvo imprecazioni non ho altre parole per questa storia. Era un’iniziativa del comandante della brigata, avviata dopo aver visto i rapporti. Cercavano la gloria, ma hanno fallito. Lo stesso comandante è rimasto ucciso per primo. Nessuno ha capito perchè e come hanno fallito,” — ha scritto Biryukov, rispondendo ai commenti degli utenti sotto nel suo post. In precedenza il rappresentante ufficiale delle milizie dell’autoproclamata Repubblica Popolare di Lugansk (LNR) Andrey Marochko aveva riferito che due gruppi di sabotaggio composti da 15 persone avevano cercato di strappare le posizioni dei filorussi per dar vita ad una provocazione. Tuttavia uno dei gruppi di sabotaggio è saltato in aria su una mina: 3 militari ucraini hanno perso la vita e 2 sono rimasti feriti. Dopo essere stato abbandonato in trincea, uno dei soldati ucraini feriti è stato trovato dagli uomini delle milizie LNR e portato all’ospedale di Kirovsk. https://it.sputniknews.com/mondo/201711265326764-Poroshenko-LNR-Lugansk-ATO-guerra-provocazione-esercito/

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Kim Jong-un: figlio mio ] quando i farisei maledirono i cristiani, che erano contro la USURA, poi, maledirono anche tutti gli ebrei facendo perdere loro le genealogie paterne! ed ora, agli occhi del Grande Sinedrio sinagoga SpA FED FMI NWO noi siamo tutti degli animali goyims da sterminare! [ forse Farisei Enlightened colpiscono a morte islamici o comunisti? no! cercano di distruggere il cristianesimo con il modernismo e cercano di sterminare i cristiani in tutto il mondo! E questo è il motivo per cui tu sei ancora vivo! TU SEI PREZIOSO PER I SATANISTI!

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my Kingdom JHWH Israel ] tu lo sai io ho salvato gli iraniani tante volte, ed ho anche salvato il loro programma nucleare che Israele avrebbe certamente distrutto, perché io credo nella loro onestà.. [ IRANIANI hanno 1000 volte maggiore dignità dei sunniti, perché, hanno la sovranità monetaria e quindi, non sono come wahhaabiti salafiti che sono i satanisti CIA 666 UK dentro il Nuovo Ordine Mondiale

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my Kingdom JHWH Israel ] tu lo sai io ho salvato gli iraniani tante volte, ed ho anche salvato il loro programma nucleare che Israele avrebbe certamente distrutto, perché io credo nella loro onestà.. [ MA OVVIAMENTE è SPREGEVOLE OGNI GENOCIDIO SHARIAH

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Maometto come il suo Komeini sono due schifosi pedofili misogeni poligami manici sessuli bestialismo.. però gli israniani sono delle belle persone! ROMA, 26 NOV – Il vicecapo delle Guardie rivoluzionarie iraniane, il generale di brigata Hossein Salami, ha avvertito che se l’Europa minaccerà Teheran i pasdaran aumenteranno la portata dei loro missili oltre i 2.000 chilometri. Lo riportano oggi i media internazionali.”Se abbiamo mantenuto la portata dei nostri missili a 2.000 chilometri non è dovuto alla mancanza di tecnologia: stiamo seguendo una dottrina strategica”, ha detto Salami citato dall’agenzia iraniana Fars. “Finora abbiamo sentito che l’Europa non è una minaccia, quindi non abbiamo aumentato la portata dei nostri missili. Ma se l’Europa vuole diventare una minaccia, aumenteremo la portata dei nostri missili “, ha spiegato.

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se BIBI Netanjahu ha tradito il progetto del Regno di ISRAELE? è bene che lui vada a casa! TEL AVIV, 26 NOV – Come anticipato già da venerdì, il ministro della sanità Yaakov Litzman, che e’ un rabbino ortodosso, ha consegnato oggi al governo una lettera di dimissioni motivandole con le ”infrazioni al riposo sabbatico” avvenute ieri durante lavori di manutenzione delle ferrovie. Il partito di Litzman ‘Torah Unita’ resta tuttavia per il momento all’interno della coalizione governativa. Secondo gli analisti, Litzman si e’ dimesso a malincuore, su ordine di un influente rabbino ortodosso. Adesso, viene aggiunto, resta da vedere il comportamento di un secondo partito confessionale, Shas, che pure fa parte della coalizione di governo di Benyamin Netanyahu. Se anche il suo leader Arie Deri (ministro degli interni) seguisse l’esempio di Litzman la stabilita’ del governo potrebbe risentirne.

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ANSA il corrotto massone, dice tutto tranne l’essenziale, PERCHé STANNO PROTESTANDO? wahhabiti sauditi vogliono ottenere le dimissioni del ministro della Giustizia, Zahid Hamid, perché lui non ha obbligato il giuramento ad Allah ma soltanto e giustamente, ha obbligato il giuramento allo Stato LAICO.. ISLAMABAD, 26 NOV – Di fronte al persistere della protesta di migliaia di militanti del movimento sunnita Tehreek-i-Labaik Ya Rasool Allah (TLY) guidato da Khadim Hussain Rizvi in uno strategico raccordo stradale fra Islamabad e Rawalpindi, il governo del Pakistan ha chiesto oggi l’intervento dell’esercito. Lo ha reso noto la tv DawnNews. Ieri, dopo la scadenza senza risultati dell’ultimatum posto dalle autorità per lo scioglimento della protesta cominciata l’8 novembre per ottenere le dimissioni del ministro della Giustizia, Zahid Hamid, le forze dell’ordine sono intervenute con forza. Per ore manifestanti ed agenti si sono scontrati con un bilancio di almeno sei manifestanti ed un poliziotto morti, oltre 160 feriti e 300 arresti. L’intervento delle forze dell’ordine è stato però ad un certo punto sospeso dopo una telefonata in cui il comandante dell’esercito, generale Qamar Javed Bajwa, ha suggerito al primo ministro Shahid Abbasi “moderazione nell’opera di repressione”.

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c’è un solo FMI SpA FED quindi c’é un solo network satellite TV. Questo è il regime Rothschild Bilderberg WASHINGTON, 26 NOV – “FoxNews è molto più importante negli Stati Uniti della Cnn, ma fuori dagli Usa Cnn International è ancora una principale fonte di (false) notizie, e rappresentano molto male la nostra Nazione davanti al mondo. Il mondo esterno non distingue la verità da loro!”. Lo ha twittato il presidente americano Donald Trump sferrando un nuovo attacco al network tv. Nei giorni scorsi era emerso che la ‘guerra’ di Trump contro i media, accusati di essere faziosi e di diffondere fake news, potrebbe passare anche dalle nozze tra A&T e Time Warner. La fusione tra At&T e Time Warner “non e’ buona per il Paese” ha detto Trump ai cronisti nei giorni scorsi. “Non sono coinvolto in questa vicenda, ma credo che i costi (per i consumatori, ndr) salirebbero”, ha aggiunto. Ore prima il Dipartimento di Giustizia si era pronunciato contro il matrimonio da 85 miliardi di dollari ma restano i sospetti che di una bocciatura politica legata ai cattivi rapporti fra Trump e la Cnn (che appartiene a Time Warner).

“Volevamo la gloria”: a Kiev si commenta offensiva ucraina fallita nel Donbass.

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13:43 26.11.2017 |

Volevamo la gloria di Maometto shariah, ma in INFERNO Satana Morgan non li onorerà!

https://it.sputniknews.com/mondo/201711265326764-Poroshenko-LNR-Lugansk-ATO-guerra-provocazione-esercito/ Bcg Trt · Virginia woolf

peggio della grande guerra e la EU che appoggia i porconi fascisti aggressori che fanno la fine che hanno fatto i loro predecessori a Stalingrad Sicchiero Mauro

La Russia alla fine comunque, vincerà. Ricordiamo che la Santa madre di Dio, ha preteso da Papa Giovanni Paolo II di mettere la santa terra russa sotto il suo manto di protezione EL Pachanca · Lavora presso Chernobyl Atomic Energy Station

Un unica parola per descrivere gli ucranioti SUBUMANI.

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13:17 26.11.2017

Cari combattenti non si combatte per combattere o per celebrare una vittoria, si combatte per uno scopo successivo al combattimento e normalmente di lungo periodo. Se combattete per combattere siete solo fascisti, braccio armato di qualcuno per il quale siete solo carne da cannone. schardif

13:31 26.11.2017 | 1

Il costo di una mina per per soli tre ucraini è eccessivo , il controvalore attuale non può essere sotto i 100 – 120 ucraini per mina ! !

Media: interrotta offensiva in Donbass a causa di un volontario ucraino

Nel Donbass arrivati gli aiuti umanitari della Russia

Canada, comunità ucraina chiede al governo di guidare missione di pace nel Donbass

Per Mosca “sciocchezza” le accuse di Kiev sulle truppe russe “colorate” nel Donbass

Kiev accusa Russia di voler portare nel Donbass nuove truppe “colorate”

Cremlino rivela gli ostacoli alla missione di pace nel Donbass

Poroshenko dice no allo scenario russo dei caschi blu nel Donbass

Delegazione americana in Ucraina: “nel Donbass è in atto una guerra calda”

US designating Pakistan a ‘Country of Particular Concern’ would be ‘ineffective’

November 21, 2017 Pakistan Blasphemy, Minorities, Pakistan, Religious freedom

…report, said “designating Pakistan as a CPC would enable the United States to more effectively press Islamabad to undertake needed reforms”. China, Eritrea, Iran, Myanmar, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan,…

China expels hundreds of South Koreans from North Korean border region

November 7, 2017 China China, Churches, Communism, Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, North Korea, South Korea

…The Yalu River forms the border between China and North Korea, in Liaoning, China. (Photo: World Watch Monitor) Hundreds of South Korean Christians, including church leaders, have been sent…

Eritrean Christians told to remove crosses as schools forced to go public

November 3, 2017 Eritrea Asmara, Catholics, Education, Eritrea, Religious freedom

…in the world. Dubbed the “North Korea of Africa”, the Eritrean regime is authoritarian and intolerant towards any form of unregistered organisation, dissent, or free expression. There is no safe…

Pakistan should be ‘country of particular concern’ – US senators

October 30, 2017 Pakistan Rex Tillerson, USA, USCIRF

…11 February 2018”. China, Eritrea, Iran, Myanmar, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan are the ten countries currently designated as CPCs because, according to the US State…

US to lift Sudan sanctions despite human rights concerns

October 9, 2017 Sudan Darfur, Human rights, North Korea, Religious freedom, Rex Tillerson, Sanctions, Sudan, UN, USA

…North Korea”. According to a UN report earlier this year, in 2013 Sudan supplied North Korea with sophisticated air-to-ground missiles that use satellite guidance systems. For that reason Sudan will…

More than 80 countries ‘favour’ one religion over others – Pew Research Center

October 5, 2017 International Apostasy, Azerbaijan, Bhutan, Cambodia, Central Asia, China, Comoros, Converts, Cuba, India, Iran, Islam, Israel, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Maldives, Mauritania, Middle East, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, North Africa, North Korea, Pew Research Center, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam

…or through punishing minority religious groups more harshly. Meanwhile, a further 10 countries treat religion with “hostility” – China, Cuba, North Korea, Vietnam and the six former Soviet countries in…

Number of North Koreans fleeing to South Korea drops by 13%

September 19, 2017 North Korea China, North Korea, Refugees, South Korea, Thailand

…Barbed wire along the Yalu River, which marks the border between China and North Korea. (Photo: World Watch Monitor) The number of North Koreans who escaped to South Korea…

Escaping North Korea

September 13, 2017 North Korea China, North Korea, South Korea, Thailand

…which started with a dead-of-night escape across a river into China and ended with them turning themselves over to the police in Thailand. The quickest route from North Korea to…

Family imprisoned, tortured for fleeing North Korea – and for their Christian faith

August 30, 2017 North Korea China, Kim Jong-Un, North Korea, South Korea

…of 23. Life in North Korea grew more difficult for Hannah after her marriage. “I bore six children, two of them died very early on. I still have three daughters…

North Korea: freed pastor Hyeon Soo Lim welcomed home with ‘joyful crying’

August 16, 2017 North Korea Canada, Hyeon Soo Lim, Justin Trudeau, Kim Jong-Un, Light Presbyterian Church Toronto, North Korea

…aware of the hunger and lack of food in North Korea. With the Canadian government’s awareness, the church began a ministry that grew to millions of dollars of charitable investment…

November 20, 2017 Children, Christina Abada, Erbil, Iraq, Islamic State, Mosul, Qaraqosh, Refugees

Universal Children’s Day: Kidnapped Christina receives letter from German namesake

When German teenager Christina learned that a three-year-old girl with the same name from Qaraqosh, Iraq, had been abducted by Islamic State militants in August 2014, . . . Read More

November 20, 2017 Churches, Mariam Ibrahim, Minorities, NISS, Religious freedom, Sanctions, Sudan, Sudan Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Sudanese Church of Christ, USA

US tells Sudan to ‘immediately suspend’ church demolitions

The US Deputy Secretary of State has called on Sudan to “immediately suspend” its demolition of churches and to hold a roundtable discussion with Christian leaders . . . Read More

November 20, 2017 Algeria, Bibles, Churches, Proselytism, Protestant Church of Algeria

Algerian church closed for ‘illegally printing Bibles and material intended for evangelism’

A church in Algeria’s north-western town of Aïn Turk (15km from Oran city) has been closed down by local authorities. The church, affiliated to the Protestant . . . Read More

November 17, 2017 Civil War, Converts, Egypt, IDPs, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Middle East, Migrants, Refugees, Syria

To flee or not to flee?

It is sometimes said that the Middle East is being denuded of Christians. Against this, church leaders throughout the Middle East urge Christians to remain in . . . Read More

November 16, 2017 Converts, Hmong, Religion Law, Vietnam

The ‘remarkable religious transformation’ of Vietnam’s Hmong

Christianity started spreading among the Hmong in the highlands of northwest and central Vietnam in the late 1980s through a Hmong-language Christian radio program broadcast from . . . Read More

November 15, 2017 Christian Association of Nigeria, Fulani herdsmen, Muhammadu Buhari, Nigeria, Plateau

Nigeria: Fulani Christians call for peace as violence continues in Plateau

Fulani Christians in Nigeria have spoken out against the persistent attacks and killings attributed to Fulani herdsmen in the central state of Plateau, calling on them . . . Read More

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Nigeria: when Fulani herdsmen and farmers clash

By World Watch Monitor, September 11, 2017 | Benue, ECWA, Fulani herdsmen, Kaduna, Middle Belt, Nasarawa, Nigeria, Yusufu Turaki

Many experts on Nigeria now believe that violence across the Middle Belt, which World Watch Monitor has reported at length, has been responsible for more deaths than Boko Haram. As Emmanuel Akinwotu wrote last year in the New Statesman, the conflict – between ‘indigenous’ settled farmers (mainly Christian) and nomadic. . . Read More

5 Things to know about violence in Nigeria’s Middle Belt

By World Watch Monitor, September 11, 2017 | Boko Haram, Fulani herdsmen, Iran, Islam, Jihad, Kaduna, Middle Belt, Muhammadu Buhari, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Taraba

In northern Nigeria, targeted violence against Christians comes not only from the Islamic militants of Boko Haram. Clashes with militants among the predominantly Muslim Fulani herdsmen have claimed thousands of Christian lives in Nigeria’s Middle Belt – the handful of states straddling the pre-colonial line dividing Nigeria’s predominantly Muslim north from. . . Read More

Why are attacks on Egypt’s Coptic Christians getting worse?

By World Watch Monitor, July 14, 2017 | Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, Arab Spring, Cairo, Copts, Egypt, El-Arish, Hosni Mubarak, Iraq, Mohamed Morsi, Muslim Brotherhood, Salafism, Syria, Yemen

Attacks on Christians in Egypt have intensified in brutality because of an influx of arms and foreign jihadis, lax border security and increased local hostility to non-Muslims, according to a leading UK academic. Dr Mariz Tadros of Sussex University’s Institute of Development Studies said that the suicide attack on a. . . Read More

Central African Republic – the world’s most neglected conflict

By World Watch Monitor, June 29, 2017 | Anti-Balaka, Faustin-Archange Touadéra, Seleka

In a report on 5 June, Human Rights Watch noted that “violence in the Central African Republic has fallen from the world’s radar, but that does not mean the killings have let up. Over a dozen armed groups now roam the country, committing a range of abuses. Violence is on. . . Read More

Islamic State in Asia: what you need to know

By World Watch Monitor, June 29, 2017 | Abu Sayyaf, Islamic State, Malaysia, Maute, Myanmar, Philippines, Rohingya

When Islamic State (IS) launched its so-called caliphate in 2014 it had seized territory in Iraq and Syria. However over the last 18 months, militants claiming allegiance to the group have carried out attacks in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines, while the group also has sympathisers in India. . . Read More

Why the Uyghurs are under pressure in Xinjiang

By World Watch Monitor, June 15, 2017 | Communism, Syria, Terrorism, Turkey, Uyghurs, Xinjiang

Both Muslims and Christians in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in north-west China find themselves under increased pressure from the Chinese authorities. An anti-terror mass rally in the southern city of Hotan in February, an increase in surveillance measures in public places, and the introduction of new anti-terror policies, are all. . . Read More

Building resistance to Mexico’s culture of corruption

By Dr Richard A. Potts, June 14, 2017 | Corruption, Juarez, Organised crime, Tijuana

While most people think of Syria or Iraq as the deadliest places on the planet, Latin America has recently fought its way into the conversation as the global epicentre of deadly crimes committed outside war zones. In 2015, 43 of the world’s 50 most dangerous cities were located in Latin. . . Read More

A Church under siege – Egyptian Christians and IS

By Yonas Dembele, June 6, 2017 | Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, Al-Azhar, Alexandria, Arab Spring, Cairo, Copts, Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, Iraq, Islamic extremism, Islamic State, Libya, Middle East, Minya, Mohamed Morsi, Muslim Brotherhood, Palm Sunday, Pope Tawadros II, Salafism, Sinai, St. Mark’s Cathedral, Syria, Tanta, Upper Egypt, Youssef Lamei

The Church in Egypt is one of the oldest in the world and is believed to have been founded by St Mark in the first days of the Early Church.1 In addition to its important place in church history as one of the earliest Christian communities that goes all the. . . Read More

Pakistan’s anti-blasphemy laws

By World Watch Monitor, March 14, 2017 | Blasphemy, Islam, Religious freedom

What the laws say Chapter XV of Pakistan’s Penal Code, titled “Of Offences Relating to Religion,” contains six sections. Four of them outlaw a number of acts, ranging from tresspassing on places of worship to “malicious acts intended to outrage religious feelings,” with penalties ranging from one to 10 years. . . Read More

The hidden religious dimension to Nigeria’s violence

By Yonas Dembele, July 13, 2015 | Boko Haram, Ethnic cleansing, Fulani herdsmen, Nigeria

Photo courtesy Open Doors International Nigeria has never been at ease with itself: social unrest has been one of the trademarks of the country. Resource distribution and power allocation among regions and ethnic groups have consistently created havoc that cannot be forgotten. The Biafra War (July 1967 – January. . . Read More

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Afghanistan

It is illegal to be anything other than a Muslim in Afghanistan, a tribal society where leaving Islam is seen as a betrayal of the tribe. Christians who are discovered may be sent to a psychiatric hospital, on the grounds that no sane person would leave Islam. Baptism is a . . . Read More

Algeria

The family is the source of greatest pressure for Christians in Algeria, most of whom are converts from Muslim backgrounds. Pressure also comes from the law. A 2006 law, forbidding public assembly for purposes of practising a faith other than Islam, has created a more restrictive environment for Christians. This . . . Read More

Argentina

Argentina is a federal republic with a government structure similar to many Western democracies, but with a turbulent history of episodic military rule and brutal repression of leftist movements. The population is overwhelmingly Catholic, but Evangelical communities are growing and a 2015 law gives non-Catholic groups many of the same . . . Read More

Azerbaijan

Open Doors describes the oil-rich former Soviet republic as “the country with the most sophisticated and intelligent dictatorship”. Religious freedom is enshrined in the constitution, but constrained by the regular tightening of policies and regulations governing religious activity. Successive rounds of re-registration have diminished the number of qualified Baptist Union . . . Read More

Bahrain

This tiny, mainly Shia country, is relatively tolerant, compared to many of its Arab neighbours, and its constitution provides for religious freedom. A large number of expatriate Christians work and live in Bahrain and are relatively free to practise their faith in private, but evangelising Muslims is illegal. Christians from a Muslim . . . Read More

Bangladesh

As the threat of militant Islam grows in Bangladesh, so do the violent attacks on Christians. Four Christians were murdered in 2016 amidst a string of killings of religious minorities, secularists and political activists by Islamist militants – some with links to the Islamic State group. Meanwhile, converts to Christianity from . . . Read More

Belarus

The constitution of Belarus guarantees religious freedom, but the reality is different. Although there is no state church, the Belarus Orthodox Church has privileged status. There is a sizable Catholic minority, but Protestant denominations endure government pressure because of perceived links to the West. Legislation makes it difficult for “non-traditional” . . . Read More

Bhutan

Pressure on Christians in Bhutan has increased significantly in recent years, both from the government and society. Though a secular state, constitutionally Bhutan’s “spiritual heritage” is Buddhist. Christians lack any formal status and recognition – many do not have National ID Cards – and have been arrested for distributing religious . . . Read More

Bolivia

Landlocked and poor, Bolivia has the largest indigenous population in Latin America. Like many other constitutionally secular countries that promise religious freedom, Bolivia’s underlying laws and regulations restrict church activity. A new constitution in 2008 eliminated the Roman Catholic Church’s official preferential standing in the country. The subsequent church-registration law, . . . Read More

Brunei

As Brunei’s sultan, Hassanal Bolkiah, encourages Islamisation throughout society, pressure on Christians increases. The first stage of Sharia, or Islamic law, is in effect in Brunei, and attendance at Muslim prayers is mandatory for all, including converts to Christianity. A fatwa bans the construction or renovation of buildings used for . . . Read More

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Algeria

The family is the source of greatest pressure for Christians in Algeria, most of whom are converts from Muslim backgrounds. Pressure also comes from the law. A 2006 law, forbidding public assembly for purposes of practising a faith other than Islam, has created a more restrictive environment for Christians. This . . . Read More

Argentina

Argentina is a federal republic with a government structure similar to many Western democracies, but with a turbulent history of episodic military rule and brutal repression of leftist movements. The population is overwhelmingly Catholic, but Evangelical communities are growing and a 2015 law gives non-Catholic groups many of the same . . . Read More

Azerbaijan

Open Doors describes the oil-rich former Soviet republic as “the country with the most sophisticated and intelligent dictatorship”. Religious freedom is enshrined in the constitution, but constrained by the regular tightening of policies and regulations governing religious activity. Successive rounds of re-registration have diminished the number of qualified Baptist Union . . . Read More

Bahrain

This tiny, mainly Shia country, is relatively tolerant, compared to many of its Arab neighbours, and its constitution provides for religious freedom. A large number of expatriate Christians work and live in Bahrain and are relatively free to practise their faith in private, but evangelising Muslims is illegal. Christians from a Muslim . . . Read More

Bangladesh

As the threat of militant Islam grows in Bangladesh, so do the violent attacks on Christians. Four Christians were murdered in 2016 amidst a string of killings of religious minorities, secularists and political activists by Islamist militants – some with links to the Islamic State group. Meanwhile, converts to Christianity from . . . Read More

Belarus

The constitution of Belarus guarantees religious freedom, but the reality is different. Although there is no state church, the Belarus Orthodox Church has privileged status. There is a sizable Catholic minority, but Protestant denominations endure government pressure because of perceived links to the West. Legislation makes it difficult for “non-traditional” . . . Read More

Bhutan

Pressure on Christians in Bhutan has increased significantly in recent years, both from the government and society. Though a secular state, constitutionally Bhutan’s “spiritual heritage” is Buddhist. Christians lack any formal status and recognition – many do not have National ID Cards – and have been arrested for distributing religious . . . Read More

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Brunei

As Brunei’s sultan, Hassanal Bolkiah, encourages Islamisation throughout society, pressure on Christians increases. The first stage of Sharia, or Islamic law, is in effect in Brunei, and attendance at Muslim prayers is mandatory for all, including converts to Christianity. A fatwa bans the construction or renovation of buildings used for . . . Read More

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