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In the five worst of the 2019 World Watch List’s 50 most difficult places to be a Christian (North Korea, Afghanistan, Somalia, Libya and Pakistan), vulnerabilities which are linked to men and women’s social status create space for harsh re...

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Buhari does not stop Fulani because they are his ‘kith and kin’ – Christian Association of Nigeria

Nigeria under President Muhammadu Buhari’s leadership is more divided than at any time in the country’s history, the Christian Association of Nigeria’s Adamawa State chapter has declared in a letter sent to him yesterday (1 August). Condemning the “mindless massacre” of the predominantly Christian farming communities by Fulani herdsmen, CAN […]

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Vietnam’s religion policy and practice – contradictions continue

Optimists are hard to find ahead of Vietnam’s impending introduction of its new Law on Belief and Religion, scheduled to come into effect on 1 January, 2018. Vietnam’s Catholic and Evangelical leaders, as well as Buddhists and Caodaists, say the main benefit of the law, two years in the making, […]

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Iraqi archbishop tells USAID delegation to hurry up aid delivery

An Iraqi Catholic archbishop has said he and other bishops are “delighted” that the US aid arm is to make good on a pledge to send aid directly to non-Muslim communities recovering from ISIS’s occupation of their towns and villages, but warned “time is running [out]”. Archbishop Bashar Warda of […]

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Pakistan’s Supreme Court hears Asia Bibi’s ‘blasphemy’ appeal but delays ruling

Pakistan’s Supreme Court in the capital Islamabad has finally heard the much-delayed appeal of Asia Bibi, the first Christian woman sentenced to death under Pakistan’s blasphemy law, today, 8 October. It has not announced its decision, saying it will ‘reserve judgment’ for several days or possibly weeks. Aasiya Noreen, commonly […] The post Pakistan’s Supreme Court hears Asia Bibi’s ‘blasphemy’ appeal but delays ruling appeared first on World Watch Monitor.

Pakistani Christians fear more violence if they press charges over attack

A land dispute between Christian and Muslim villagers in rural Pakistan ended with a mob attack on the Christian community, but no charges against the attackers. A 10-year-old boy’s arm was broken and two women were beaten and had their clothes t...

Tajikistan: Christian convert’s burial delayed as relatives call for husband to...

When an elderly Christian woman from a Muslim background died last week in a Tajikistan hospital, her husband Mihrab* and children – all of them Christians – organised a funeral ceremony and invited people from their church. But Mihrab’s Muslim relatives also invited local Muslims, including a cleric, who demanded […]

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The Observation of the Birth of Christ, the Duty of ...

by George Whitefield (1714-1770) “And she shall bring forth a Son, and then shalt call his Name Jesus: For he shall save his People from their Sins.”                                              —Matthew 1:21 The celebration of the birth of Christ hath been esteemed a duty by most who profess Christianity. When we consider the condescension and love of […]

“Iraq without Christians is like a garden without a rose…”

Four years ago this month, the northern Iraqi town of Qaraqosh, or Baghdeda in the Syriac language, was invaded by the Islamic State group, forcing most of its population to flee for their lives. Prior to IS’s invasion, 50,000 Christians resided ...

Indonesia: Death toll ‘unimaginable’ if bomb had exploded inside church

The leader of the Indonesian church most badly damaged by the suicide bombing attacks last Sunday, 13 May, has said he “can’t imagine” how much greater the damage could have been had the attacker detonated the bomb inside the church. Rev. Yonathan Budiantoro of Surabaya Pentecostal Church, told the Christian […]

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