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SOMALIA: DESPERATE PLIGHT OF CHRISTIANS

Jul 12, 2006

Over the past two years the gunmen who enforced rulings from Mogadishu\'s various clan-based Islamic courts joined forces and formed Somalia\'s strongest militia: the Islamic Courts Union (ICU).

UZBEKISTAN PROTESTANTS SEVERELY PERSECUTED

Uzbekistan, in Muslim Central Asia, is one of the world\'s worst religious liberty abusers. The violently authoritarian government labels all religion that is not \'traditional\' as \'extremist\' and \'alien\'. Uzbekistan\'s small Protestant Church is accordingly severely repressed and persecuted

Uzbekistan: Protestants Severely Persecuted

Jul 6, 2006

Uzbekistan, a Central Asian former Soviet state located north of Iran and Afghanistan and south of Russia, is one of the world\'s worst abusers of religious liberty. Persecution arises from both Islam and the government\'s Soviet-style authoritarianism.

Elizabeth Kendal - Principal Researcher & Writer for WEA RLC

Jul 3, 2006

Many of you may know Elizabeth Kendal (Principal Researcher & Writer for WEA RLC) from the regular reports she publishes through the World Evangelical Alliance\'s Religious Liberty Commission. Her love for the persecuted Christians around the world and her passion to write those stories help to kee

Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin - No. 384 - Wed 28 Jun 2006

Jun 28, 2006

DURING JUNE WE HAVE PRAYED FOR

National Christian Evangelical Alliance of Sri Lanka (NCEASL) staff members arrested

Jun 23, 2006

On Saturday, 17th of June 2006 three members of the NCEASL staff on duty at the NCEASL Centre in Pamunugama were arrested. All three staff belonged to the minority Tamil Christian community.

India: Persecution Soars to New Extremes

Jun 22, 2006

India is a federation of semi-autonomous states. The federal (central) government controls defence, foreign policy, taxation, public expenditures and economic planning

Bhutan: Christians Imprisioned but Hope is Growing

Jun 14, 2006

According to reliable sources inside Bhutan the brothers Benjamin and John Dai, after showing the Jesus video in a non-believer\'s home, were arrested on 8 January 2006 when a boy present informed the police. Last week Benjamin received a prison sentence of three-and-a-half years, while John was sen

Imprisoned Believers: Vulnerable and Abused

Jun 8, 2006

China Aid Association (CAA) reports that imprisoned South China Church founder and senior pastor Gong Shengliang (53), who was beaten almost to death by authorities in Jingzhou Prison in June

5 Days to the Day of Repentance & Prayer – 4 June 2006

Jun 1, 2006

Sunday is an opportunity for the Body of Christ to show our unity in Jesus Christ. The following statement by leading South African Christian leaders supports this.