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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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Iraq Priests Says Christians Not Fleeing Despite Threats From Muslim Fundamentalists

July 06, 2004:

(Zenit.org) – Despite threats from Muslim fundamentalist groups, Christians are not fleeing from Iraq , says a priest in the […]

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Chinese Woman Beaten to Death After Distributing Bibles

July 06, 2004:

(ANS) – A 34 year old woman has been beaten to death by police after she was arrested for handing […]

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Parish Area Remains Tense Following Catholic-Hindu Violence

July 06, 2004:

(AsiaNews) – A parish area in western India remains tense two weeks after a Hindu mob attacked Catholics. Police continue […]

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Vietnam Tightening Religious Freedom

July 05, 2004:

(Zenit.org) – A newly adopted bill that regulates religious practices is worse than the one adopted in the 1950s by […]

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Anti-Christian Bias Feared Rising in Pakistan

July 05, 2004:

(Zenit)- Muslim anger over the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq is leading to more discrimination against Christians in Pakistan , […]

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Authorities Consider Countering Christian Mission

July 03, 2004:

(WEA Religious Liberty News & Analysis Religious-Liberty@xc.org) – In January 2004 Forum 18 (F18), which monitors religious freedom in Communist […]

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German TV Denounces Baptists in Iraq as Holy Warriors

July 03, 2004:

(ANS) – The German TV magazine Panorama has denounced Southern Baptist missionaries in Iraq as “America’s Holy Warriors”. The program […]

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Iran’s Underground Church’s ‘Spontaneous Growth’ Amid Persecution

July 03, 2004:

(CharismaNOW) – Despite tragedy and persecution, a vibrant underground church is growing in Iran . After an earthquake on Dec. […]

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“Only Two Faiths are Allowed, Islam and Orthodoxy” Says Deputy Police Chief

July 02, 2004:

(Forum 18) – Abadan ‘s deputy police chief has told Baptist Svetlana Gurkina that “in Turkmenistan only two faiths are […]

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Taliban Say They Cut Throat of Afghan Christian

July 02, 2004:

(Reuters) – Afghanistan ‘s Taliban guerrillas say they cut the throat of a Muslim cleric after they discovered him propagating […]

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Pastor Brutally Attacked in Indian Village

July 02, 2004:

(Compass) – An Indian pastor brutally beaten in a night-time attack in West Tripura is still recovering from serious knife […]

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Harsh Persecution of Christians Rife in Asia, Says Catholic Report

July 01, 2004:

(ENI) – Countries in Asia are the worst violators of religious freedom, with Saudi Arabia, North Korea and Laos topping […]

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Colombian Evangelical Freed After Three-Month Captivity

July 01, 2004:

(Compass) – The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) freed evangelical government worker Luis Carlos Herrera on June 23, more […]

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American Missionary Attacked in Her Haiti Home

July 01, 2004:

(ANS) – Margaret Joanna Hodges, 81, was attacked in her home in Limbe , Haiti , on June 15th around […]

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Diplomats Deny Praising Vietnam’s Human Rights

July 01, 2004:

(Reuters) – Australian embassy officials deny its diplomats have made public remarks about a visit to Vietnam ‘s restive Central […]

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Police Conspire with Muslim Abductors in Kidnap of Christian Girl

June 30, 2004:

(Barnabas Fund) – A 17-year old Christian girl has disappeared from her family for a second time two months after […]

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Textbook Jihad in Egypt

June 30, 2004:

(FrontPageMagazine.com) – A “mock beheading” video located at radical Sheikh Abu Hamza’s website (www.shareeah.org ), which featured three young Muslim […]

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Two Iranian Evangelicals Still Jailed in Isolation

June 30, 2004:

(Compass) – More than five weeks after their arrest, Iranian Christian pastor Khosroo Yusefi and another church leader remain imprisoned […]

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Police Storm Mosque, Expelling & Beating-up Muslims for Speaking Out for Christians

June 30, 2004:

(Forum 18) – Police today have twice forcibly expelled Muslims from a 1,000 year old Baku mosque that the authorities […]

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Church Leader Xu Guoxing Released from Chinese Labor Camp

June 29, 2004:

(Compass) – Philip Xu Guoxing, a prominent leader of an unregistered house church movement based in Shanghai, was released June […]

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Catholic and Christian Leaders Protest Against Proposed Anti-Conversion Bill

June 29, 2004:

(ColomboPage) – Issuing a joint statement, Catholic and Christian leaders in Sri Lanka today expressed their dissatisfaction over the anti-conversion […]

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U.N. Security Council Envoys Travel to West Africa, Seeking Ivory Coast Peace

June 29, 2004:

(AP) – A diplomat leading a visiting U.N. mission said international action was helping bring a “new beginning” to battle-scarred […]

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In Asia, a Trend to Destroy Catholic Schools

June 29, 2004:

(Zenit.org) – The destruction of Catholic schools has become a new trend to suppress religious freedom in Asia , warns […]

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An Indian National Abducted and Tortured by Religious Police for

June 28, 2004:

(CharismaNOW http://www.charismanews.com/a.php?ArticleID=9307 ) – An Indian national abducted and tortured by religious police for “spreading Christianity” remains jailed without trial […]

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Turkmenistan Police Control of Believers Set to Continue

June 28, 2004:

(Forum 18) – In an apparent sign that they intend to keep tight control of religious communities, officers of the […]

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Falsely Accused Buddhists in Sri Lanka Attempt to Halt the Spread of Christianity

June 28, 2004:

(Missions Insider: www.christianaid.org) – Since the death of one of Sri Lanka ‘s most venerated Buddhist monks last December, Christians […]

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Christian Aid Worker Set to be Tried

June 28, 2004:

(CSW) – The Japanese aid worker Mr Noguchi, who is detained in China for helping North Koreans, is due to […]

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Man Brutally Murdered for Conversion to Christianity from Mungiki

June 25, 2004:

(ANS) – On Tuesday 8 June, the head of Simon Ndabi Kamore was found wrapped in green plastic on the […]

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Saudi Security Knew Johnson’s Location

June 25, 2004:

(WorldTribune.com) – Saudi opposition sources said Saudi security commanders knew of the location of Al Qaida chief Abul Aziz Al […]

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Over One Hundred Killed in Iraq as Christians Bury Their Dead

June 25, 2004:

(ANS) – Over 60 people were killed and hundreds wounded as car bombs detonated near a police academy, a hospital […]

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