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February 2018: 2/11 - February 2018: 2/17

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Searching for Hope Among Fields of Ruin

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Writen by:Olivia 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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ICC Receives Letters from Sponsored Children in Egypt

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Writen by:ICC February 09, 2017:

By Debora Timmer 02/09/2017 Washington, D.C. (International Christian Concern)– This month, International Christian Concern (ICC) received letters from 73 children sponsored […]

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Liberation and Uncertainty Surround Iraq’s Christian Community

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Writen by:iccregionalmanager February 07, 2017:

By Sandra Elliot 02/03/2017 Washington, D.C. (International Christian Concern) – “I will be thankful to God if we will be […]

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Press Release

Families of 21 Coptic Martyrs Mark Three Year Anniversary Since Their Deaths

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Writen by:Olivia February 15, 2018:

Church of the Martyrs Commemorates Anniversary, Ready to Receive Remains 02/15/18 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – As of today, […]

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Church in Khartoum Destroyed Despite Pending Court Case

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Writen by:Olivia February 13, 2018:

Sudanese Government Continues Long History of Religious Persecution 02/13/2018 Washington, D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has […]

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Churchgoers and Priest Injured by Sword Attack at St. Lidwina Church in Indonesia

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Writen by:Olivia February 12, 2018:

02/12/2018 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that on February 11 a 22-year-old university […]

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Project Update

ICC Provides Food and Clothing for Persecuted Christians in IDP Camp

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Writen by:Olivia February 15, 2018:

By Linda Jones 02/15/2018 Washington, DC (International Christian Concern) – Radical groups like Boko Haram and Fulani militants have brutally […]

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February 2018: 2/04 - February 2018: 2/10

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Forced Conversion: Pakistan’s Unrecognized Discrimination of Christians

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Writen by:Olivia February 08, 2018:

ICC’S Pakistan Representative 02/08/2017 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Harassment and attempts to forcefully convert religious minorities, including Christians, […]

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Oppression of Iranian Churches Leads to Arrests—and Forgiveness

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Writen by:Olivia February 08, 2018:

By Claire Evans 02/07/2018 Iran (International Christian Concern) – This year marks the anniversary of the 1979 Iranian Revolution, the […]

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Nigeria’s Middle Belt Report: Fulani Militants and Boko Haram Wreak Havoc

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Writen by:Olivia February 07, 2018:

By Nathan Johnson 02/05/2018 Washington, D.C. (International Christian Concern) – In light of the ever escalating violence in the Middle […]

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ICC Provides Bunk Beds to North Korean Christian Students

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Writen by:ICC February 02, 2017:

By Linda Jones 02/02/2017 Washington, DC (International Christian Concern) – Christians in North Korea are oppressed by their totalitarian communist […]

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Christian Evangelist in India Fights for Life after Mob Harassment

Writen by:ICC February 01, 2017:

By ICC’s India Correspondent 02/01/2017 Washington, DC (International Christian Concern) – In India, a 47-year-old Christian evangelist, Dr. Kusuma Anjeneya […]

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Press Release

Court in Pakistan Acquits Over 100 Suspects Accused of 2013 Attack on Christian Neighborhood

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Writen by:iccregionalmanager January 30, 2017:

Christian Leaders Call Ruling Discriminatory and Biased  01/30/2017 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned […]

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Project Update

ICC Provides Support to a Group of Hmong Christians in Vietnam

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Writen by:Olivia February 08, 2018:

By Linda Jones 02/08/2018 Washington, DC (International Christian Concern) – Like other minority groups living under the authoritarian regimes of Southeast […]

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