Women in Bangladesh are facing the horrific trend of being raped and ultimately forced to marry their rapists.
Christian population makes up less than 2% of Bangladesh.
The state religion of Bangladesh is Islam, with less than one per cent of the population being Christian.
In late August, a Rohingya Christian refugee passed away due to illness in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar.
The Christian community of Suandrapara has been praying in a small house church setting since 2005.
Last week, Hindus, Christians, and Buddhists in Bangladesh joined together to participate in the annual “Black Day” protest.
The local Buddhist community prohibited the Christians to build their church.
The incident took place in Sarakdanga, a village near Naogaon.