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Leave Islam, Lose Family: A Common Choice in Western Uganda

January 22, 2020:

Abdallah Kule Josephat, who grew up in a strict Muslim household in Kamahango, Kasese District, Uganda, was forced to pack his belongings and leave his father’s home together with his wife, Biira Merciline, for leaving Islam.

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Afghanistan: Land of Wars or Opportunity?

January 25, 2020:

I can still remember the first time I placed Afghanistan on a map. I am confident that this may be the same time many Americans did the same thing.

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Algeria’s Catch-22

January 18, 2020:

In late 2019, a disturbing video was released, showing Algerian law enforcement forcibly dragging out members of an Algerian church who were staging a peaceful protest.

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Fighting for Freedom in Hong Kong

January 15, 2020:

As a mother of two and a wife whose husband has been kidnapped and tortured by the Communist Party of China, Geng He under­stands all too well…

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Hong Kong’s Slippery Slope to Slavery

January 09, 2020:

An isolated murder case in 2018 sparked months of protests in Hong Kong, jeopardizing the freedom and rights that the region has enjoyed for years against the backdrop of communist China.

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An Ancient Grave Reopened

January 05, 2020:

An old tape recorder clicked as its tape ran out. The story it told was almost beyond belief.

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ICC Provides Clean Water for School in Iraq

October 31, 2019:

10/31/2019 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – In 2014, ISIS militants attacked many com­munities throughout the Nineveh Plains, dis­placing countless Christians […]

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Across the River: Part 2

October 28, 2019:

The next day, Brian returned to the riverbank. Somehow word had gotten out, and a few other Christian villagers joined him.

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Across the River: Part 1

October 27, 2019:

Brian, a field missionary with our partner agency in northeastern China, felt lonely. He felt like he was the last person still working the river bank that divides China and North Korea.

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Fund Spotlight: Save Our Sisters

October 24, 2019:

In many persecuted nations, Christian women are particularly vulnerable to harassment. Viewed as a minority for both their faith and their gender, they are seen as easy targets for abuse.

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ICC Supports Grieving Family Through Business Assistance

October 20, 2019:

10/20/2019 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Omar served as a sweeper for eight years in Pakistan. During his time in […]

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