In a Muslim populated village in eastern Uganda, Rehema lives with her grandmother after losing her recently converted father to persecution.
The massive waves of unrest which have plagued Iran this past year point toward the people’s frustration with the moral and economic bankruptcy of a governing Islamic elite.
Religious discrimination and animosity are soaring drastically in northeastern Kenya.
11/12/2018 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Throughout the world, particularly in the Middle East, followers of Islam are growing weary […]
ICC is launching a new initiative to equip and empower 1,000 church planters across India, each with a new […]
Egyptian Christians Worry that Authorities Are Ignoring the Root Causes of Persecution 11/15/2018 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International […]
Pastors and Churches Continue to Face Harassment from Local Authorities 11/13/2018 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) […]
Growing up in western Uganda, Bwambare and Mumbere, two Ugandan boys never imagined a day when they would be separated from their parents.
India’s Christian community is deeply troubled by the rising tide of religious persecution targeting pastors and their churches.
Every year, on the first Sunday in November, the Church comes together for the International Day of Pray for the Persecuted.
Nguyen Trung Ton’s Health Deteriorating, Prison Rejects Medicine Sent by Family 11/09/2018 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern […]
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