A law of antiterrorism prohibits Christians to express their religious beliefs.
On the 14th of January, a Christian pastor, his wife and their two travel companions were attacked by a mob of two hundred people.
This year four countries left, and four new countries entered this list of the top fifty countries.
Barnabas Fund reports that Christians make up eight per cent of Sri Lanka’s total population and face frequent persecution.
Despite these early warnings, authorities in Sri Lanka were unable to protect the Christian community from a terrorist attack.
In countries where Buddhist nationalism is consolidating, Christians are seen as destroyers of national identity and culture.
To remember all of them, even to console wounded hearts, they raised money for those in need.
Sri Lankan Episcopal Conference urges the government to set up an independent commission to conduct an impartial investigation.
On Easter Sunday 2019, nearly three hundred people were killed and five hundred injured in attacks on churches and hotels.