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Oppression of Iranian Churches Leads to Arrests—and Forgiveness

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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Indian State To Repeal Anti Conversion Law

May 25, 2004:

(Zenit) – News is coming from Tamil Nadu in India that the States Anti Conversion laws will be repealed. The […]

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Church Attacked

May 24, 2004:

( ICC) – On Sunday, May 23rd the A.O.G. Church in the District of Gampaha in Sri Lanka was attacked. […]

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President Megawatti Visits Ambon New Bomb Explosion Wounds Six

May 24, 2004:

( ICC) – President Megawati Soekarnoputri arrived in Ambon on Saturday, May 22, to meet with local religious leaders and […]

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House Church Leader Beaten To Death By PSB

May 24, 2004:

(China Aid) – Meanwhile, Gu Xianggao was beaten to death on April 27 while in the custody of Chinese Public […]

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House Church Leader Arrested

May 24, 2004:

(China Aid) – In east-central China , well-known house church leader Zhao Wenquan was arrested May 9 in Hegou Town […]

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Unrecognized Religious Activity Still Illegal

May 24, 2004:

(Forum 18) – Unregistered religious activity remains illegal, an official of the Adalat (Fairness or Justice) Ministry has confirmed, despite […]

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Govt. Ransacks Episcopal Property

May 22, 2004:

(Sudan Institute on Religion and Democracy) – Sudanese Govt. Ransacks Episcopal Cathedral Property in Khartoum-Demonstration Called For The Sudanese Govt. […]

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Four Hmong Christians Arrested

May 22, 2004:

(ARN) – Authorities in Vietnam say four ethnic Hmong Christians have been jailed for “disturbing public order”. Officials in the […]

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New Crackdown On Adventists

May 22, 2004:

(Forum 18) – Adventist Pastor Khalid Babaev – forced by death threats out of Nakhichevan in February – was fined […]

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New Crackdown on Adventists

May 21, 2004:

(Forum 18) – Adventist Pastor Khalid Babaev – forced by death threats out of Nakhichevan in February – was fined […]

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Elections Still a Victory for India Despite Ghandi’s Decision to Not Accept the Position

May 21, 2004:

(Compass) – Christians in India hailed the victory of Sonia Gandhi’s Congress Party in this month’s general election as a […]

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German Intelligence Says Islamists Pose Greatest Threat

May 20, 2004:

(Jihad Watch) – Germany’s Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BFV), one of three national intelligence services in Germany […]

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Doctor’s Life Threatened After Saving Life of Woman

May 20, 2004:

(Jihad Watch) – A maternity hospital in Mogadishu , the capital of Somalia , has been forced to close after […]

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Four Hmong Christians Arrested and Sentenced

May 19, 2004:

(Asianews.com & Freedom House) – Four Hmong Christians who organized and led weekly worship services in a house church in […]

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One Man Beaten to Death and 90 Others Arrested in Church Crackdown

May 19, 2004:

(Asianews.com) – One man was beaten to death and 90 worshippers arrested in the northeastern province of Heilongjian during a […]

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Ambon Update

May 19, 2004:

( ICC) – Tensions have eased since the Ambon Riots that began on April 25 and claimed the lived of […]

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US Removes Sudan From One Terror List; They Remain on Another

May 19, 2004:

(MENAFN.com) – The United States Tuesday removed Sudan from a list of governments that do not cooperate with U.S. efforts […]

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Pastors Harassed

May 19, 2004:

(ICC) – On May 16, the home of a pastor in Yakala was stormed by a mob of about 50 […]

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Kidnapped Pastor Escapes From Islamic Captors

May 19, 2004:

(Compass) – A Protestant pastor kidnapped last Sunday morning escaped from his Islamist abductors overnight Monday, some 40 hours after […]

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Six Villagers Arrested for Shaving the Heads of Christians in Orissa

May 19, 2004:

(Compass) – Six people were arrested on May 3 in connection with a February 10 incident regarding residents of Kilipala […]

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Two Chinese Priest Arrested

May 18, 2004:

(DeepikaGlobal.com) – Chinese police arrested two underground Catholic priests last week in Hebei province, the U.S.-based Cardinal Kung Foundation announced […]

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Military Sent Into Central Highlands

May 18, 2004:

(ICC) – ICC is receiving reports that military units have been sent into Pleiku and Dak Lak provinces in Vietnam […]

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Victory: Egyptian Court Reverses Religious Identity Card

May 18, 2004:

(Compass) – In an unprecedented verdict on April 13, an Egyptian court ordered the Interior Ministry to return formal Christian […]

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Pakistani President Calls for Review of Islamic Laws that

May 18, 2004:

(Jihad Watch) – Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf called on Saturday for a review of controversial Islamic laws that human rights […]

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Religious Freedom Non-Existent in Greece

May 18, 2004:

(Forum 18) – In the run-up to the August 2004 Athens Olympic Games, Dr Altana Filos presents a survey of […]

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President Declares State of Emergency

May 18, 2004:

(AP) – Nigeria’s president declared a state of emergency in a troubled central state on Tuesday, invoking sweeping powers in […]

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Christian Couple Escape After Ordeal of Torture

May 17, 2004:

(Compass) – Thirteen months after Egypt jailed and tortured a Coptic Christian pharmacist for marrying a former Muslim woman, Boulos […]

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Pakistani Pastors Feared Kidnapped

May 17, 2004:

(Compass) – After a series of handwritten threats sent to Christian leaders in the Pakistani city of Quetta last week, […]

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Vietnamese Christians Face Propaganda War

May 17, 2004:

(Compass) – During Easter weekend, April 10 and 11, Montagnards in Vietnam ’s Central Highlands attempted to stage public demonstrations […]

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Turkish Pastor Acquitted of Criminal Charges

May 14, 2004:

(Compass) In what the Hurriyet newspaper called a “jet acquittal,” a criminal court in southeastern Turkey dropped all charges yesterday […]

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