Christians in Kazakhstan Experience Crackdown by Police
Christians in Taraz, Kazakhstan are experiencing a crackdown by local police as they try to gather for worship.
International Christian Concern reported that police in Taraz raided two Baptist worship meetings, fined three Christians, and issued two other warnings in just the month of February.
The crackdown started when anti-terrorism and other police officers raided two Baptist worship services on successive Sundays in Taraz. The first raid took place on February 10 and the second took place on February 17.
The police also fined three Christians ranging between one and two months’ averages wages for practicing their faith without government permission.
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