Tag: Christian Persecution

A church burned down in Ethiopia

Five churches have already been destroyed in the region of Omoria in the first three months of this year.

Orthodox Christians remain a persecuted religious minority in Kosovo

Hundreds of Christians continue to be threatened, murdered or forced into exile in this unstable region.

The very existence of Christianity in the Middle East is under threat

The number of Christians in Iraq fell from 1.5 million in 2003 to 200,000 today.

'The one who shows mercy'

Hungary demonstrates compassion by action. It’s the only country with a national-level office to support persecuted Christians.

Saudi Arabia and Iran both continue to persecute religious and ethnic minorities

It is euphemistic to say that Christians have a hard time in these Muslim countries where discrimination is institutionalized.

Iran continues to terrorise Iraqi Catholics

One third of Iraqi Christians either live under the control of or are surrounded by Iranian-backed militias.

British Government commits to defend freedom of religion worldwide

The Truro report states that the persecution of Christians is so extreme that it amounts to genocide in some parts of the world.

Iran: the persecution of Muslims converted to Christianity continues.

Ebrahim Firouzi, who converted from Islam to Christianity, has been convicted of "propaganda against the Islamic Republic."

High Court in India rejects plea by Hindu nationalists to ban conversions

Upadhyay’s petition suggested enacting a law that would regulate and prevent religious conversions by force or deceit.

Nigerian girl escapes captors who forced marriage and conversion

Eighteen other girls are kept illegally away from their families by Muslim gangs according to the Hausa Christian Foundation.