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WEA requests prayers for Korean Christian Hostages and sympathy for families of German Hostages

Jul 23, 2007

The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) is asking for earnest prayers for the South Korean Christians being held hostage in Afghanistan and also sends its deepest sympathies to the families of two abducted Germans who may have been killed on Saturday. “This is an unfortunate situation but w

WEA Thanks Stott As He Leaves Public Ministry

Jul 22, 2007

On July 17, the world-renowned theologian and evangelist of the modern era, Rev. Dr. John Stott, retired from public ministry after giving his final speaking engagement at Keswick Convention in U.K. The International Director of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA), Dr. Geoff Tunnicliffe,

Save Darfur Coalition: New Save Darfur Ad Campaign

Jul 18, 2007

>Video of the New Ad: www.savedarfur.org/pages/bashir_lies_darfur_dies NEW SAVE DARFUR AD: ‘WHILE BASHIR LIES, DARFUR DIES’ Coalition urges world leaders to hold dictator to his Darfur agreements WASHINGTON – The Save Darfur Coalition today launched a national advertis

Australia: ENGAGE - A venture with local churches.

Jul 18, 2007

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Algeria: Christians and the extremist threat.

Jul 16, 2007

By: WEA RLC Principal Researcher and Writer, Elizabeth Kendal On 13 June the Italian daily Corriere Della Sera published a column by Magdi Allam on the persecution of Christians and the lack of religious tolerance in Muslim countries. In the very last paragraph Allam names Algeria, just once

India: EFI Intervention Petition Admitted By Supreme Court

Jul 16, 2007

News Flash The Supreme Court on July 13, admitted an intervention petition filed by the Evangelical Fellowship of India (EFI) in a writ petition filed by social activist Shabnam Hashmi seeking a uniform adoption law or guidelines which would enable minority communities to adopt in India. A be

Sri Lanka: Disappearances and Abductions

Jul 9, 2007

Since the breakdown of the Norwegian brokered cease fire between the Sri Lankan Government and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), an ‘unofficial’ war rages on. While this return to armed hostilities has taken a huge toll on the civilian population, displacing thousands from