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On September 8, Asif Pervaiz was sentenced to death by a trial court in Lahore, Pakistan for allegedly committing blasphemy. Pervaiz’s legal team filed an appeal with the Lahore High Court on September 14, seeking to overturn the death sentence. … See MoreSee Less
Life of a christian is worst than hell in P!$$£@M!C countries its a fact
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
Please join ICC this Friday for a free Zoom webinar on the ongoing pattern of forced conversions of Pakistani girls. The event will center around the case of Huma Younus, a 15-year-old Christian girl who was kidnapped, forcibly converted, raped, and married to her abductor. Huma remains in the custody of her captors, representing a grave injustice in the Pakistani legal system.
This event will feature remarks from Dr. Sabir Michael, distinguished professor at the University of Karachi, as well as William Stark, ICC’s South Asia Regional Manager.
Egypt went into COVID-19 lockdown in March, causing Nady to lose his only source of employment as a daily laborer.
Desperate, Nady wondered how he would provide for his family. Because of ICC’s partnership with Nady, his family is provided for and his son can stay in school. Learn more: bit.ly/3hSzGnz… See MoreSee Less
A 15-meter high cross erected over the weekend in Greece’s Holy Monastery of Agia Skepi is visible in Turkey’s city of Edirne. Turkish President Erdoğan is anticipated to raise this as an issue while meeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel this week. … See MoreSee Less
Enemy of the cross. This is not erected on Turkey's land. What is his problem
I pray that this cross will arrest and bring many to the saving knowledge of the crucified Jesus Christ.
Well done Greece……and is Merkel the president of Greece??😂😂😂😂
That’s the power of the cross!! Just don’t look at it if u don’t like it !! It’s not inside ur country anyway !!
It's 2020 and still trying to invade countries.
Barbarians in suit.
Roast Turkey for end of year
I am christian but will not deny help to Muslim believers
Turkey Turkey Turkey….
Co existance neither religion can be proved beyond reasonable doubt to have existed by people in living memory. So we have to
either deny both or accept both it is possible for to share parts of faith to live together. How many heavens are there? In faith we are taught to love your neighbour do we think that we have Islam heaven and christian heaven no it is just heaven. We will stand together neither faith is superior learn the lessons god teaches us not man
Get a life!!!
Praise the Lord…
Stand up Greek people turn to Jesus christ and He will protect your country.
Piss off you scum may the cross kill you you evil cult worshipping dog.
Go to hell turkey
ERD●CUNT is gone mad and sick
On June 4, Sombura Madkami, a 14-year-old Christian boy from India’s Odisha State, was brutally murdered because of his dedication to the local church. Local Christian leaders tell us that he was murdered by Hindu fanatics who had harassed Sombura, his family, and his community for years.
In the months prior to Sombura’s murder, fanatics forced the churches to close and issued death threats to any Christian who continued to attend church. Sombura, even though he was young, had an extraordinary knowledge of the Word of God and was a powerful evangelist. He rejected the threats to stop preaching. That boldness cost him his life.
"God gave me a son, but took him back to himself," Unga Madkami, Sombura’s father, told ICC. "As a father, I am shattered."
In the wake of Sombura’s murder, Unga, his family, and two other Christian families fled the village. With ICC’s assistance, these families were able to find shelter and safety in another village, as police and local judicial authorities finally take action against the fanatics responsible for Sombura’s death. In order to help bring justice and closure to the family in light of this incident, ICC also covered the cost of their lawyer fees.
"I am thankful for so many of God’s people who have provided for our needs like food and shelter," Unga told ICC. "We do not know how long we have to stay in this place. We are like strangers in an unknown place. We hope and pray that we will be able to go back to our home village soon." Read more: bit.ly/3mMNVxY… See MoreSee Less