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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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Islamic Oppression Driving Force of Christian Persecution in Egypt, Says Report

January 30, 2018:

ICC Note: Islamic oppression is the driving force of persecution of Christians in Egypt, with three segments of society responsible […]

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For the First Time Since ISIS, Baptism Occurs in St. George’s Church

January 30, 2018:

ICC Note: For the first time since ISIS forcibly occupied the Nineveh Plains, baptisms were able to take place in […]

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Human Rights Watch Report Condemns India’s Treatment of Religious Minorities

January 30, 2018:

ICC Note: A report recently released by Human Rights Watch has condemned the escalating violence faced by religious minorities in […]

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Killer of Christian Student in Pakistan Released on Bail by High Court

January 30, 2018:

ICC Note: The killer of Sharoon Masih, a Christian student in Pakistan beaten to death in August, has been released […]

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North Korea Uses Actors to Portrait Religious Freedom

January 29, 2018:

ICC Note: North Korea is a dangerous place for Christians since they have no freedom and live restricted and in […]

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Church Evicts Mugabe Family from Land Illegal Stolen in 2015

January 29, 2018:

ICC Note The Church in Zimbabwe has evicted the Mugabe family from land that they claim was illegally confiscated in […]

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Movie Depicting al-Shabaab Attack in Kenya is Nominated for an Oscar

January 29, 2018:

ICC Note A film about a bus attack in Kenya in 2015 has been nominated for an Oscar. The film […]

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School District Refuses Atheist Demand to Dissolve Pastor-Led Program as It Has No Religious Content

January 29, 2018:

ICC Note: Earlier this month, the Freedom From Religion Foundation issued a letter of complaint to an Indiana school district, […]

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Christians in Bangladesh “Appreciated” But Attacks Continue

January 29, 2018:

ICC Note: The Catholic Church in Bangladesh recently celebrated 500 years of activity in the country. Looking at the history […]

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Bahrain to Attend Conference About Religiously Motivated Violence But Has Made Little Religious Freedom Progress

January 29, 2018:

ICC Note: Bahrain has announced that it will attend a major conference on religiously motivated violence, a move which follows […]

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Diary Series Details the Slow Yet Sudden Ascent of ISIS in Mosul, and What That Meant for Christians

January 29, 2018:

ICC Note: A five volume diary series details with vivid description the daily life of residents who lived in Mosul […]

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Christians in China are the Unprotected Minority

January 29, 2018:

ICC Note: Christians are preoccupied with the new restrictions that the communist government of China is planning to impose to […]

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Retired Government Officers in India Call on Modi to Take “Firm Action” Against Hate Crimes

January 29, 2018:

ICC Note: Sixty seven retired civil service officers have signed onto an open letter calling on the BJP-led government of […]

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Christians in China Work Out of Faith

January 28, 2018:

ICC Note: Christians in China are brutally persecuted by the government. Unfortunately, these Christians are trapped in a system that […]

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Another Christian Sewer Cleaner in Pakistan Dies Due to Dangerous Work Conditions

January 28, 2018:

ICC Note: Another Christian sewer worker in Pakistan has died due to dangerous working conditions. Shahzad Masih, 24, died this […]

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Iranian MPs Scheduled to Visit Evin Prison to Investigate Abuse, But Will They Ignore Imprisoned Christians?

January 28, 2018:

ICC Note: Today, a group of Iranian parliamentarians plan to visit Evin Prison. This visit comes following the arrests of […]

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Catholics Seek Their Religious Freedom in Cuba

January 28, 2018:

ICC Note:  Christians in Cuba have experienced the hostility of the communist government for a long time. Similar to China, […]

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Christians in North Korea Are in Danger

January 27, 2018:

ICC Note: Christians in North Korea are afraid of sharing their faith even with their family members. The regime punishes […]

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Incidents of Christian Persecution in Sri Lanka Increase in 2017

January 27, 2018:

ICC Note: According to reports, instances of Christian persecution in Sri Lanka increased in 2017. Making up only 8% of […]

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Evangelical Churches Denied Registration in Turkmenistan

January 27, 2018:

ICC Note: In March 2016, Turkmenistan passed a new law on Religious Organizations and Religious Freedom which required all religious […]

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One Year Later, Aleppo’s Destruction Continues to Deter Residents From Returning Home

January 27, 2018:

ICC Note: Aleppo was once Syria’s largest city: home to tens of thousands of Christians and the location of some […]

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Christian Parents Cannot Share Faith with Their Children in North Korea

January 26, 2018:

ICC Note: North Korea is the most dangerous place for Christians to live in according to the World Watch List. […]

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China Persecutes Christians Through Government-run Churches

January 26, 2018:

ICC Note: Christians in China have no religious freedom since the government is forcefully trying to control everything about their […]

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Appeals Court Declines to Reconsider Ruling Against Football Coach Who Lost Job for Praying on Field

January 26, 2018:

ICC Note: As previously reported, Joe Kennedy, a former football coach at a Washington high school, was fired in 2015 […]

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UN Says CAR Seeing Worst Violence of Civil War

January 26, 2018:

ICC Note Surging Violence in the Central African Republic has led to a large increase in displacement of people. According […]

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35 Children Rescued from al-Shabaab Camp in Somalia

January 26, 2018:

ICC Note According to Somalian Officials, 35 children have been rescued from al-Shabaab. The terrorist organization has been stepping up […]

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Kyrgyzstan Christians Have Little Faith in Law Enforcement

January 26, 2018:

ICC Note: Kyrgyzstan, a small Central Asian country, is regularly monitored by United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) […]

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Justice Obstructed in Case Against Family Who Twice Attacked Palestinian Nuns

January 26, 2018:

ICC Note: Two hearings were recently held in Bethlehem regarding the case involving the nuns of St. Mary’s Coptic Convent. […]

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Tribal Leaders Sentence Newborn Baby to Death Following Mother’s Release From ISIS Captivity

January 26, 2018:

ICC Note: Iraqi tribal leaders sentenced a newborn baby to death because its teenage mother, who belongs to a religious […]

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Christians in India Demand Impartial Investigation into Death of Pastor

January 26, 2018:

ICC Note: Christians in India’s Tamil Nadu state have engaged in a protest by blocking a busy road to demand […]

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