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The NCEASL condemns the claymore mine attack on a civilian bus

Jun 23, 2006

The National Christian Evangelical Alliance of Sri Lanka (NCEASL) condemnsthe brutal terrorist attack on a civilian bus which killed more than 64 persons,including many children. We consider this a heinous crime perpetrated on theinnocent civilians of Kebethigollawa.

SL Navy desecrated island\'s biggest church - Bishop

Jun 22, 2006

The biggest church in Sri Lanka has been desecrated by innocent blood being shed [in it] by unjust aggressors, the Sri Lanka Navy, Bishop of Mannar, Rt. Rev. Dr. Rayappu Joseph, protested this week in a letter to the Vatican...

FIFA Reopens Soccer Chapels

Jun 22, 2006

In response to widespread Christian protests the international soccer association FIFA has reopened the chapel in the Olympic stadium in Berlin. The surprising move came shortly before the match Ecuador vs. Germany, June 20.

Great international concern about situation in Bangladesh

Jun 20, 2006

World Evangelical Alliance Goodwill Ambassador Johan Candelin,Finland, hasmet with the former Prime Minister of Bangladesh H.E. Sheik Hasina inDakha. This is an interview that she gave to the world press:

ACTION Moves to Calgary

Jun 20, 2006

Canada’s Action International Ministries (ACTION) has moved from Three Hills to Calgary. Dr. Wayne Whitbourne, ACTION Canada Director, led 40 friends from the three westernmost provinces and Washington State in a dedication service of the Mission’s new office at 3015A 21st St. NE on Satu

World Cup Soccer: Chapels Closed

Jun 20, 2006

The international soccer association FIFA has closed and sealed the chapels in two world cup venues. The Olympic stadium in Berlin and the arena “Auf Schalke” in Gelsenkirchen are the only soccer venues with chapels in Germany.

Bhutan: Present Trial Bridges Past to Future

Jun 16, 2006

In Bhutan, two imprisoned Christians, Benjamin Dhunigana and JohnDai, will soon face court on charges of proselytising. They havebeen in prison ever since their arrest on 8 January 2006. They hadresponded to an invitation to show the Jesus

Global Voice (GV) Interview: Christian Church in Bhutan

Jun 14, 2006

This issue of Global Voice consists of an exclusive interview with a leader of the Christian Church in Bhutan, who will remain anonymous for security reasons

Response to Human Rights of Christians in Palestinian Society

Jun 14, 2006

Several major Christian media have recently re-printed or referred to a report on persecution of Palestinian Christians, Human Rights of Christians in Palestinian Society by Justus Reid Weiner of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.