Christians feel threatened and abandoned in Nigeria, where they make up over half of the population.
The chapel of Saint Catherine, which is is located on the road to Moria migrant camp, has been attacked for the second time.
Last year, between 1,000 and 1,200 Christians were killed by Fulani attackers, Intersociety estimated.
Military leaders who are known to have been involved in the killing of protesters or in the genocide of Darfur are still in power
The church in Congo has been experiencing continued attacks on Christians for over a decade.
Church robberies and anti-Christian vandalism continue all around France despite the national lockdown.
The unprovoked attack and the killing of innocent children only shows the level of insecurity Christians are facing in Nigeria.
Several places of worship, including at least three churches, were destroyed and burnt down during the riots.
The Truro report states that the persecution of Christians is so extreme that it amounts to genocide in some parts of the world.