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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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Eritrean Christian Describes 13 years in Prison for Faith

January 16, 2018:

ICC Note A man named Shiden* told his story of faith and imprisonment in Eritrea due to the high persecution […]

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Reporter Recounts Tale of Trip to Fulani Conquered Area of Nigeria

January 16, 2018:

ICC Note A reporter for Morning Star news described his trip to Nigeria, where he was trying to look into […]

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Challenges of Civil Documentation Makes Christians Further Invisible Within the Syrian Conflict

January 16, 2018:

ICC Note: Civil documentation allows citizens to receive birth and marriage certificates, as well as national ID cards, ensuring that […]

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Lebanese Christians Join Together to Help Syrian Refugees Living In Dire Conditions

January 16, 2018:

ICC Note: Lebanon stands unique in the Middle East because it is the only country in the region to have […]

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Hindu Nationalists Protest Catholic School in India’s Madhya Pradesh State

January 16, 2018:

ICC Note: Hindu nationalists have staged a protest against a Catholic school in India’s Madhya Pradesh state after the school […]

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Religious Intolerance in Pakistan Forcing Minorities to Flee Country

January 16, 2018:

ICC Note: Religious minorities in Pakistan, including Christians, Hindus, and Ahmadiyyas, are continuing to flee the country due to increasing […]

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Christian Megachurch demolished in China

January 15, 2018:

ICC Note: Christians in China experience heavy persecution from Muslims and Tibetan Buddhist, who see them as a threat to […]

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North Korea is on the top list of dangerous places for Christians

January 15, 2018:

ICC Note: Christians in North Korea live under the brutal regime of the Kim family. Unfortunately, Christians are considered hostile […]

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El-Arish Copt Gunned Down by Three Gunmen Looking for Christians

January 15, 2018:

  01/15/18 International Christian Concern (Washington D.C.) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that on the evening of January […]

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80 Girls Rescued From Forced Marriages in Tanzania

January 15, 2018:

ICC Note Tanzania has one of the highest rates of child marriage in the world. UNICEF estimates that nearly one-third […]

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al-Shabaab Has Increased Recruitment of Children over Past Months

January 15, 2018:

ICC Note The Human Rights Watch has released a report that states al-Shabaab has increased its recruitment of children, even […]

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Thousands Flee As Syrian Conflict Intensifies In An Area Filled With People Already Internally Displaced

January 15, 2018:

ICC Note: Many of those Syrians who were internally displaced fled to Idlib province as a sort of uneasy safe […]

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Egypt Has a New Cathedral, But It Is Almost Impossible to Build Churches Elsewhere

January 15, 2018:

ICC Note: The higher authorities in Egypt’s government publicly say that Christians may worship in unregistered churches, but there is a […]

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Three Nepalese Christians Arrested in India for Blasphemy

January 15, 2018:

ICC Note: Three Nepalese Christians were arrested in India last week after they were accused of defaming Hindu gods and […]

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Atheist Group Forces Louisiana Sheriff’s Office to Remove Christian Facebook Posts

January 15, 2018:

ICC Note: Following a letter of complaint from the Freedom From Religion Foundation, a sheriff’s office in Louisiana has been […]

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Census Data to Soon be Released in Pakistan

January 14, 2018:

ICC Note: The Federal Minister for Statistics, Kamran Michael, has said that census data will soon be released to make preparations […]

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Mastermind Behind Kidnapping of Four British Missionaries in Nigeria Dead

January 14, 2018:

ICC Note The leader of the gang that kidnapped four British missionaries, killing one, late last year, has been killed. […]

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Muslims Students Riot and Destroy Town Over Arrest of Sheikh

January 14, 2018:

ICC Note A group of Islamic students rioted, burning down churches and business in Marsabit Town, Kenya, because a local […]

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Bishop returns to his damaged Cathedral for the first time since Marawi siege

January 14, 2018:

ICC Note: Bishop Edwin de la Peña returned to his cathedral in Marawi city for the first time since May […]

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The Children of Garbage City Highlight Egypt’s Broader Problems with Child Poverty

January 14, 2018:

ICC Note: The situation of the Zabaleen in Egypt’s Garbage City highlights the broader problem of an increase of child […]

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