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Somalia: Igniting jihad in the Horn of Africa

Jul 31, 2006

As this is being written, the alliance of Islamist militias known asthe Islamic Courts Union (ICU) which has taken control of Mogadishuand most of southern Somalia, is threatening jihad against Ethiopianarmed forces that have crossed into

Iran: Another Believer Arrested

Aug 1, 2006

On 24 July, an Iranian Christian named Issa Motamadi was imprisoned on account of his faith. French Internet news site VoxDei reports that Issa Motamadi, a resident

World Evangelical Alliance Calls for International Action Around Darfur

Jul 28, 2006

For Immediate ReleaseAlliance Asks Millions Worldwide to Mobilize And Help To End Genocide Washington, DC –The World Evangelical Alliance today called on its members to observe the Global Day for Darfur on Sept. 17, 2006 and to participate in weeklong events leading up to the day of support fo

WEA Opens Advocacy Office in Geneva

Jul 26, 2006

The World Evangelical Alliance in partnership with the Swiss Evangelical Alliance (l'Alliance évangélique suisse) opened a new office in Geneva, Switzerland this week, as part of its long-term efforts to strengthen the voice of the Persecuted Church and to influence world lead

The United Christian Council in Israel

Jul 20, 2006

To all who pray for the peoples of the Middle East,Lebanon:We have entered into a time of great stress and uncertainty in the Middle East. Israel and Hezbollah are at war with one another. It all began on Wednesday the 12th of July with an attack on two Israeli armored vehicles who were driving on t

Mideast Crisis

Jul 21, 2006

Afghanistan: The return of the religious police

Jul 21, 2006

When Afghanistan was ruled by the Taliban, strict conservative Islamic practice and values were enforced by the religious police of the Department for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice.

National Christian Evangelical Alliance of Sri Lanka

Jul 19, 2006

The Sri Lankan Parliament is considering the proposed Anti-Conversion Bill(mentioned above) which has now passed its 2nd Reading.

Malaysia bans more books deemed prejudicial to public order

Jul 13, 2006

Once again, Malaysia\'s Internal Security Ministry has used the Printing Presses and Publications Act of 1984 to ban books on religion.

WEA Youth Commission News

Jul 10, 2006

This update features several encouraging reports we thought that you might enjoy. Since the next several months may include exciting youth events, please keep us updated about what the Lord may be doing in your part of the world!