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Hardly any of us would believe the cruel torture and persecution being visited upon the believers in Egypt. Read what the London Daily Telegraph wrote.

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PERSECUTION IN ERITREA Muslims are getting along with Catholics and Eritrean Orthodox Church. Evangelical Lutherans are spared. They get along with Muslims, Catholics, and Eritrean Orthodox. Bible-believing Christians are being tortured and pressured to abandon their faith and return to the Eritrean Orthodox Church. Eritrean Constitution guarantees freedom of religion. However, in May 2002, the government of Eritrea (an African...

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From The Voice of the Martyrs, February 2002 Newsletter Toddlers were among those killed. Even when their little bodies fell the bullets didn’t stop. Some people ran for cover toward a small room behind the altar. Pleas for mercy were ignored, survi­vors said. They recalled one killer who stood over a pile of dead and wounded mothers and children, pulling the trigger again and again until the screaming and moaning stopped. October...

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This horrible story is very current, as of this inclusion on the website. The last entry was on October 15, 2002. You will learn how Christian brothers and sisters are being treated, humiliated, tortured and killed in Africa through tribal warefare.

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It is estimated that 160,000 people were killed for their belief in Jesus in 1997 alone.  Most of those murdered were ex-Muslims in Islamic nations, where the fact that someone believes in “Isa” – the Islamic name for Jesus – is viewed as falling away from the true faith and is punishable by death.   The WEF calls on all Christians to take part in this day of prayer, to pray for all Christians who are already in...

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A pastor writes of the rape and slavery to which Christian women are subjected in Pakistan. He tells of nursing mother's breasts cut off so they can't feed their babies, of men being castrated, of being forced to consume human feces and urine as the "Body and Blood" of Christ. The Christians are discriminated against, and lack basics of life such as clean food and water and employment.

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WEST JAVA, INDONESIA (DECEMBER 27, 1999) ASSIST Communications P.O. Box 2126 Garden Grove, CA 92842-2126 USA Email: assistcomm@cs.com (The following is the text of a report of a visit to the war zone of a religious war between Moslems and Christians on the island of Ambon, East Indonesia, by the Rev. Willem Hekman, Pastor of Calvary Life Fellowship meeting at the Imperial Century Hotel, Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang, West Java. Because of the...

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Jesse explores more instances of persecution for preaching the Gospel in America. Jesse's writing is not theoretical, but of his own experiences in this, the land of the free with guarantees of free speech. Jesse shows how even though a person may seek to witness and preach within the confines of the law -- asking police where he can preach -- it is no assurance that he may not be arrested and jailed.

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How much has your faith cost you lately? For most of us, the cost at Easter is the price of a few chocolate bunnies for the kids, or the bill for a new Easter outfit. But during Lent, and particularly today, Good Friday, as we reflect on the life and resurrection of Jesus Christ, we would do well to consider how much faith is costing our fellow Christians around the world—especially in Africa. In Sudan, a holy war has been raging for...

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PORTLAND, Oregon (November 1, 1998 ) — Christian minorities around the world are being harassed and killed for their beliefs despite international laws protecting religious freedom and American efforts to punish persecutors, THE OREGONIAN reported in a series of stories. In Pakistan, Noor Alam, a Presbyterian pastor who built the first Christian church in his region, was stabbed to death in his home last January. In Egypt, a Muslim...

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