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Fulani Militants Burn Down Village, Including Pastor’s Home

February 20, 2018:

By Nathan Johnson 02/15/2018 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – “See those ashes, they are my books!” Reverend Biri Gado […]

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Another Marawi Siege Might Happen Again

February 20, 2018:

ICC Note: The chief of Filipino main Muslim rebel group warned that extremists equipped with looted weapons and cash could seize […]

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Religious Discrimination Inside the Egyptian Workplace

February 20, 2018:

By Claire Evans 02/20/2018 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – The persecution of Christians in Egypt is quite serious, earning […]

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Fulani Militants Burn Down Village, Including Pastor’s Home

February 20, 2018:

By Nathan Johnson 02/15/2018 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – “See those ashes, they are my books!” Reverend Biri Gado […]

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Pakistani Christian Teen Arrested for Sharing Allegedly Blasphemous Content on Facebook

February 20, 2018:

Hundreds of Christian Families Flee Potential Mob Violence 02/20/2017 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has […]

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Three Kachin IDPs Released By the Army, Two Still Missing

February 20, 2018:

ICC Note: The Myanmar Army released three Kachin IDPs after forcing them to work as porters in Mansi township, but two […]

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The World Seems Unconcerned with the Slaughter of Christians in Nigeria

February 20, 2018:

ICC Note: Christians in Nigeria and other Muslim-dominated countries are living a nightmare because of their faith. Radical groups like […]

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Al-Shabaab Targets and Kills Three Christians in Kenya

February 20, 2018:

ICC Note: Last week Al-Shabaab carried out new attacks targeting Christians as part of their jihad. One of their objectives is […]

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Thousands Call for ‘Ousted’ Christian Chaplain to Get His Job Back

February 20, 2018:

ICC Note: After serving for nearly 20 years as a chaplain at Brixton Prison, Paul Song was told that he […]

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500 Days Later, Pastor Remains in Turkish Prison Without Due Process of Law

February 20, 2018:

ICC Note: American Pastor Andrew Brunson has been held in a Turkish prison for 500 days without being formally charged. […]

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Forum in India Claims Number of Attacks on Christians Doubled in 2017

February 20, 2018:

ICC Note: Attacks on Christians in India doubled over the past year according to Persecution Relief. The India-based ecumenical forum […]

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Rebuilding Christian Communities After ISIS Will Take Interfaith Cooperation, Says Archbishop

February 20, 2018:

ICC Note: Chaldean Archbishop Warda of Iraq says that rebuilding the Christian communities devastated by ISIS will take inter-faith dialogue […]

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Christian Youth in Pakistan Accused of Posting Blasphemous Content on Social Media

February 20, 2018:

ICC Note: A Christian youth in Lahore, Pakistan, has been accused of posting allegedly blasphemous content about Muslim holy places […]

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Officials in Guizhou Province Secretly Auction Church to Pay Fine

February 19, 2018:

ICC Note: On February 11, local authorities in Guizhou province auctioned off three sites of Huoshi Church, the largest house […]

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From Former Khmer Rouge Cadres to Christians

February 19, 2018:

ICC Note: Last week The South China Morning Post reported the stories of many former Khmer Rouge cadres turning to Christ. From ex […]

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Christian Rights Activist in Cuba Arrested After His Bibles Are Confiscated

February 19, 2018:

ICC Note: Communist authorities in Cuba continue to oppress and harass Christians without facing repercussions or being held accountable. 02/19/2018 Cuba (Christian […]

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Catholics Rejoin CAN Five Years After Exit

February 19, 2018:

 ICC Note: Catholics in Nigeria have decided to rejoin the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) after a five year hiatus. […]

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Nigerian Christians Attacked in Broad Day Light

February 19, 2018:

ICC Note: Christians in Nigeria continue to be victims of persecution at the hands of Islamic radicals like Fulani militants, […]

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Church Members Held in Evin Prison Since November Need Prayer

February 19, 2018:

ICC Note: In November, two members of an Iranian house church were summoned to intelligence offices, arrested and subsequently jailed […]

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Destruction of Homs Emblematic of Destroyed Trust Between Religious Groups

February 19, 2018:

ICC Note: The city of Homs puts the far reaching consequences of the Syrian War on display. Before the war, […]

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North Korean Defector Mi Jin’s Journey to Catholicism

February 18, 2018:

ICC Note: North Korean defector Mi Jin Kang, a reporter at the Daily NK, shares her story of how she […]

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Christian Persecution Spikes in India’s Karnataka State as Elections Near

February 18, 2018:

By ICC’s India Representative 02/18/2018 Washington, D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Anti-forced conversion laws are a source of tremendous grief […]

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Four Ghanian Churches Denied Use of Stadium For First Time After Years of Use

February 18, 2018:

ICC Note Four churches in Ghana have been denied the use of a stadium recently named for the countries first […]

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Local Authorities Attempt to Demolish Memorial to Coptic Martyrs

February 18, 2018:

ICC Note: Local authorities in al-Edwa (Minya Governorate) issued orders to demolish a memorial erected where 28 Coptic Christians were […]

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Family of Missing Malaysian Pastor Pleads For His Release One Year after Abduction

February 17, 2018:

ICC Note: One year after his abduction, Malaysian pastor Raymond Koh is still missing. His wife Susanna Liew pleaded for her […]

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Christians in Bangladesh Protest Against Attack on Historic Church

February 17, 2018:

ICC Note: Last week Christians in Dhaka, Bangladesh marched in protest following an attack on one of the country’s oldest churches. […]

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Nearly a Year After ISIS, Mosul Remains Dangerous for Christians

February 17, 2018:

ICC Note:  A Christian woman, after recently visiting Mosul, concludes that the city is still extremely dangerous for Christians. As […]

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Chinese Couple in Connecticut Spared in Deportation Case

February 16, 2018:

ICC Note: A Chinese couple who have lived in the US for nearly 20 years without legal status were spared […]

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North Korean Security Measures Tightened Along the Border with China

February 16, 2018:

ICC Note: Authorities in North Korea have tightened security measures along the border with China after they failed to stop smuggling […]

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Searching for Hope Among Fields of Ruin

February 16, 2018:

By Claire Evans 02/16/2018 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Recent heavy rains have muddied the churned and lumpy roads […]

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Kentucky School District Accused of Trying to Erase Evidence of Discrimination Against Christian Group

February 16, 2018:

ICC Note: The Liberty Counsel has issued a letter of complaint after two Kentucky elementary schools refused to let the […]

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