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Mongolia

Map reflects the 30 most recent Persecution Reports. Click HERE for the Map Legend.

 

 

House Church In Inner Mongolia Raided; Officials Destroy Property, Detain Pastor

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

 The officials forced an end to the worship service, terrorized and threatened all the Christians present and checked their IDs. They also took photos of and video-taped the church scene and then confiscated all the Bibles, hymn books, and other Christian printed matter.

Banned in China, Mongolian Christian Fellowship Group Files Administrative Lawsuit

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

“A Christian students fellowship group in Inner Mongolia that was banned by Chinese authorities last year has filed an administrative lawsuit after its appeal of the government action was rejected,” China Aid reports.

21 House Church Leaders in Inner Mongolia Criminally Detained

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

Twenty-one house church leaders and congregants from inner Mongolia are detained and arrested for their faith and involvement with the Church.

Mongolia’s young Church is growing from seeds planted by missionaries, Indian bishop says

Saturday, October 2nd, 2010

100 Christian leaders respond in Mongolia

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Mongolian Christians want to connect to global body

Authorities raze city’s only Catholic church

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Not much religious persecution news is reported from Mongolia, but here a shocking story makes known some of what is happening there.

More than 40 Members of Chinese House Church Alliance Detained in Inner Mongolia; South Korean Minister Also Missing

Friday, February 22nd, 2008

In another of a recent string of reported hostility against Christians in China, China Aid learned that more than 40 members of a Chinese House Church Alliance were imprisoned after the third day of a Bible Study on Wednesday, February 20, 2008. The leader of the alliance, a South Korean minister, was also detained, although his location is not known. In more positive news, the Chinese government has caved to pressure in the case of the two female house church members who were imprisoned this week - releasing the women just one day after the incident was reported to international media.

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