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Suspect in Worship Service Disruption Arrested
03/24/2023 Indonesia (International Christian Concern) -...
A Captive Generation
03/23/2023 Washington D.C. (International Christian...
China Brokers Deal Restoring Diplomatic Relations Between Iran and Saudi Arabia
On March 10, Iran and Saudi Arabia announced a deal, brokered by Beijing, normalizing diplomatic relations between the historic rivals.
Elias’ Story: “God Chose Me”
03/21/2023 Indonesia (International Christian Concern) - My name is Elias. I was born and raised in a Muslim family in Aceh. Aceh is a city with the largest percentage of Muslims in Indonesia. I...
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Two Decades of Persecution Leaves Iraqi Christians with an Uncertain Future
03/21/2023 Iraq (International Christian Concern) – This week marks the 20th anniversary of the launching of the U.S.-led coalition’s invasion of Iraq and the subsequent toppling of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. The invasion itself was the culmination of more than...
Over 70 Christians Killed in DRC in Two Weeks
03/20/2023 DRC (International Christian Concern) - In just two weeks, 72 Christians have been killed in Nord Kivu, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) by the Islamist rebel group, the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF). Mulinde Esemo, a key church leader in...
Laborers in the Harvest
03/20/2023 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Many pastors in India possess tremendous enthusiasm to share the gospel to the ends of the earth. However, they often lack the resources to do so. One of ICC’s flagship projects for the past few years is...
Fresh Attack in Christian-Majority Southern Kaduna Ahead of Gubernatorial Election
03/17/2023 Nigeria (International Christian Concern) – The militants that killed 17 Christians at Agwan Wakili recently have returned this week, attacking another Christian community in Mubushi and Langsong on March 14, 2023. The fresh attacks took place about 6km...
Eight Members of Congress Call for Religious Freedom in the UK
03/16/2023 United States (International Christian Concern) – Eight members of the U.S. House of Representatives sent a letter to U.S. ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom, Rashad Hussain, raising concerns over the United Kingdom’s unfair treatment...
Militants Promises Attacks on Nigerian Christians After Upcoming Gubernatorial Elections
03/16/2023 Nigeria (International Christian Concern) – Based on conversations with community leaders, an ICC staffer reports that fifty-seven communities in northern Nigeria could not come out to vote at their polling unit because of their Christian faith. Over 20,000...
My Christ Cannot Fail Me
03/16/2023 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Women who grow up in a Muslim household are often at the mercy of the men they are married off to. They typically lack the education and resources to make it on their own as single women due to cultural...
Death Toll in Latest Boko Haram Attack Exceeds 30
03/15/2023 Nigeria (International Christian Concern) - A spokesperson for the UN reported that more than 30 fishermen and farmers were killed in a terrorist attack by Boko Haram in Borno State last Friday. The attack took place in the village of Dikwa, close to the...
17 Christians Killed by Militants in Nigeria’s Southern Kaduna
03/15/2023 Nigeria (International Christian Concern) – Muslim militants recently killed 17 unarmed Christians in the Ungwan Wakili community in the Zangon Kataf LGA of Nigeria’s Kaduna State. Kaduna is in the country’s dangerous Middle Belt region, where militants...
Over 36 People Murdered in Brutal ADF Attack
03/13/2023 DRC (International Christian Concern) - In the early hours of the morning on Thursday, March 9, militants belonging to the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) attacked a village in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). At least 36 people were...
In Times of War
03/13/2023 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Marie, her husband, and two sons live in a one-bedroom hostel far away from the home they once knew. The war against Christians in Artsakh drove them out of their home. They do what they can to make the...
Courage in the Congo
03/10/2023 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – One of the places ICC works is the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), and most Westerners could not point to it on a map. It is unfortunately an extremely dangerous place; it is war-torn and radical,...
Cutting Through the Silence
03/09/2023 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Simply the mention of Iran in the international media evokes a certain level of controversy and alarm. But how did the Middle East’s second-largest nation go from an Islamic revolution to an unprecedented...
Gaza Churches Struggle to Survive
03/08/2023 The Gaza Strip (International Christian Concern) – Gaza’s Christian community is struggling to survive after years of steady decline in numbers. Only an estimated 1,000 Christian remain in the Gaza Strip, an area of more than 2 million residents and that is...
Elezo’s Story: My Eyes are Blind, but My Faith Sees
03/08/2023 Indonesia (International Christian Concern) - I am Elezo, a former Muslim living in Serang, Indonesia. I have three children. My previous job was as a construction worker. Six years ago, while I was walking on the side of the road, a motorcycle crashed...
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