NIGERIA: Christian Girl Remains Captive
  • 05 April 2018

A Christian school girl in Nigeria spent Easter as a hostage of Islamist militants after she refused to convert to Islam. Leah Sharibu was among 111 schoolgirls who were kidnapped on 19 February from the Government Girls’ Science Technical College in the north-eastern town of Dapchi by Boko Haram fighters. Nearly all were released on […]

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BANGLADESH: Christian Brothers Beaten and Threatened
  • 29 March 2018

A Hindu man named Bhargav heard the Gospel and came to faith in Christ. A week later, he shared his faith with a Muslim friend, who didn’t respond to the Gospel but told his Hindu neighbour about Bhargav’s conversion. The Hindu neighbour then spread the news that Bhargav had become a Christian and was sharing […]

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ROMANIA: Extreme Truth
  • 21 March 2018

“Are you not afraid of what we will do to you?” the Communist colonel asked, his tone a combination of mockery and challenge. Young Pastor Kochanga, having preached only one sermon in his career, stood before the colonel, knowing that the man held the power of life or death over him. He answered in a […]

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NIGERIA: Boko Haram Kidnaps 110 Schoolgirls
  • 28 February 2018

Boko Haram, the Islamic terror group in Nigeria that has slaughtered tens of thousands of people, among them Christians, has kidnapped 110 schoolgirls in a recent raid, state officials admitted. Reuters reported on Sunday that the mass kidnapping at a girls’ school took place in the town of Dapachi, with a number of the radicals dressing […]

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PAKISTAN: Christian Teenager Arrested
  • 28 February 2018

A 17-year-old Christian boy has been arrested for sharing blasphemous content on Facebook. The alleged incident, led to a violent mob which drove Masih’s family and other Christians from their village. Patras Masih, an illiterate cleaner from Tair village in Lahore is said to have posted images of himself standing on a Mosque’s dome – […]

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SUDAN: Extreme Reminder
  • 28 February 2018

“Collect some wood!” the soldiers snarled. Young James Jeda assumed that the soldiers were about to cook their dinner. Earlier that day, he had watched, horrified, as the radical Muslim soldiers killed his parents and four siblings in Southern Sudan. They spared James only to use him as a worker. When the fire was well […]

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