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World Relief Advocacy Update - Part 2 of 3

Apr 20, 2007

Photo: Women Refugee from Darfur (The International Rescue Committee)MATERIAL SUPPORT - VULNERABLE REFUGEES VICTIMIZED TWICE Refugees continue to be barred admission to the as they were forced to provide “material support” to a terrorist organization or were involved in pro-democracy

World Relief Advocacy Update - Part 1 of 3

Apr 20, 2007

Photo: immigrants in front of American Flag (Acclaim Images)Your voice will make a difference! **Contact your elected Representative and voice your concerns about the below mentioned issues. _________________________________________ SUPPORT COMPREHENSIVE IMMIGRATION REFORM!President Bush traveled

Palestinian Territories: Uncommon Identities

Apr 20, 2007

Cyprus Women\'s Conference, March 2007 At the beginning of this year, after having met in small groups throughout 2006, the leaders of Musalaha\'s four women\'s groups felt it was time to bring all the women together. Through sharing their life stories wit

WEA Responds to Murders in Turkey

Apr 20, 2007

For Immediate Release Three workers at a Bible publishing house in Malatya, Turkey were killed on Wednesday, April 18, in the latest apparent attack on Turkey\'s minority Christian community. The three Christian men -- Necati Aydin and Ugur Yuksel of Turkey, and Tilman Ekkehart Geske of German

Va. Gunman Forces Evangelicals to Question Church Outreach

Apr 19, 2007

(Photo by Christian Post)Geoff Tunnicliffe, international director for the World Evangelical Alliance, speaks at a press conference on evangelical response to the Virginia school massacre on Wednesday, Apr. 18, 2007 in Washington, D.C.By Michelle VuChristian Post ReporterThu., April 19, 2007 8:24 AM

Vietnam: Crackdown raises questions for RL advocates

Apr 18, 2007

From: WEA RLC Principal Researcher and Writer, Elizabeth KendalThe Vietnam regime\'s current crackdown has swept up several significant Christian human rights advocates such as Father Nguyen van Ly and human rights lawyer and religious liberty advocate Nguyen van Dai. This raises questions for relig

India: Two Christians attacked in Delhi

Apr 18, 2007

Daljit Kaur and Govindra Singh, Sikh converts and members of New Life Fellowship, Delhi were attacked by members of Daljit’s Sikh family on the night of April 14th, 2007. Govindra was badly beaten and Daljit was abducted and taken back to her home in Hoshiarpur, Punjab. Govindra, a church e

Sri Lanka: Armed groups continue abducting and recruiting children - Child Rights Information Networ

Apr 15, 2007

[NEW YORK, 29 March 2007] – Despite promises to investigate abductions of children by the pro-government Karuna group, Sri Lankan authorities have taken no effective action and abductions continue, Human Rights Watch said today. The armed opposition Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) also

UN Human Rights Council: Protecting Religion

Apr 12, 2007

By: WEA RLC Principal Researcher and Writer, Elizabeth Kendal On Friday 30 March, the UN Human Rights Council passed a non-binding resolution urging a global prohibition on the public "defamation" of religion, "particularly" (specifically) Islam. The resolution was presented by Pakistan on beha

Christians help Solomon Islands tsunami victims

Apr 11, 2007

Posted by Mission Network News These children and adults from Kindu sought shelter in a temporary camp in Munda, Solomon Islands (World Vision Photo). Solomon Islands (MNN) -- World Vision is leading aid efforts in the Solomon Islands after a devastating earthquake and resulting tsunam