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Month: October 2014

Oct 29

Newsflashes from the Persecuted Church

Between October 23-25, suspected Boko Haram terrorists attacked various villages east of the Borno State capital of Maiduguri. The group abducted approximately 30 young people from the village of Mafa about 35 miles east of Maiduguri.

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Oct 27

World Watch List Challenge – #42 Comoros

There really are two church stories to be told: one of the International Evangelical Church (in the capital city) and the other of the underground church of local believers that meets regularly in local homes. In brief, the International Evangelical Church was first started around 1970 in a home. Although there are other nationalities that […]

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Oct 23

Being A Voice For The Voiceless: A Congressional Briefing On Iraq And Syria

Congressional briefing panelists (L-R) Sarah Margon of Human Rights Watch, Isaac Six of International Christian Concern, Sunjeev Bery of Amnesty International, and Kristin Wright of Open Doors USA

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Oct 22

Newsflashes from the Persecuted Church

Cameroon: Boko Haram Kills 30, Torches Two Churches Boko Haram militants killed more than 30 civilians and burned two churches in two attacks on the border towns of Amchide and Limani in northern Cameroon on Oct. 15-16. The Cameroon Minister of Defense, Edgar Alain Mebe Ngo’o, said the heavily-armed Boko Haram members crossed the Nigerian […]

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Oct 21

10 Things You Should Know About Asia Bibi: Christian Woman Sentenced To Death in Pakistan

Ashiq Masih, husband of Asia , and their two daughters in a 2010 photo By now, you have surely heard of the Pakistani Christian woman who is the first to be sentenced to death under Pakistan’s blasphemy laws. You may be trying to make sense of the case, and determine what this believer is going […]

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