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ICC staff visited with Christian refugees from Eritrea, one of the most oppressive regimes in the world. Often compared to North Korea, and commonly referred to as “Africa’s Great Prison,” Eritrea effectively outlawed protestant Christianity in 2002. Since, thousands of Christians have been imprisoned and tortured for worshiping together, possessing a Bible, sharing the Gospel and attempting to escape persecution by fleeing the country. As ICC continues to work with the persecuted underground church of Eritrea, be praying for freedom and restoration for all those who have suffered under the current regime. Photo: Men sitting idly by in the Mai Aini refugee camp on Ethiopia’s border with Eritrea, one of the most hostile countries towards Christians in the world.