Tag: Asian Christian persecution

Three Christians jailed for attending Christmas gathering in Central India

Across India, attacks on Christians and their places of worship are steadily increasing in both number and severity.

At least 35 civilians burned alive by Burmese army on Christmas Eve

At least 651 houses, six churches one clinic in Kayah state were destroyed between May and December 2020.

Historic church vandalized by unknown perpetrators

The incident was reported to police who visited the church and have registered a complaint.

India’s Karnataka State Passes controversial anti-conversion law

A Karnataka church was attacked and vandalised while the Legislative Assembly was debating the bill.

Christmas not to be celebrated in China

Christmas is considered by the Chinese Communist authorities as a "Western holiday"

Christmas greetings not well seen in Indonesian South Sulawesi region

Discrimination against Christians remains widespread across this region of Asia

State government in Southern India prepares to introduce anti-conversion law

Radical nationalists falsely accuse Christians of forcefully converting individuals to Christianity to justify violence.

Result of second instance of Christian bookstore owner still pending in China

Selling Christian books in Communist China is considered as “illegal business operations”.

Anti-Christian violence on the rise in India

In some areas of Karnataka, police have told Christians to cancel their Christmas programs

Indonesian Christian charged with blasphemy for offensive Twitter post

Non-Muslims being charged and jailed for blasphemy in Indonesia in unfortunately commonplace.