One hundred and thirty-two converted Christian families are persecuted by imams in Bangladesh
The imams visit the Christian converts twice a day to convince them to return to Islamism.
In northern Bangladesh, one hundred and thirty-two Christian families that converted from Islam are facing persecution. They are visited by imams twice a day, and these visits are also registered on video. Thus, these families are identified and are made the object of insults and persecution.
The imams also force the people to avoid communication and contact with the converted Christians. For this reason, Christian families cannot buy at the market or go into the supermarkets. The Christians are also threatened with death if they do not return to Islamism.
Under pressure, especially in northern Bangladesh, many Christians have already renounced their faith, many more have had to leave their home towns.