Deportation Orders and Hate Speech Towards Christians in Turkey on the Rise.

Churches are facing and increase in serious threats in Turkey, where hate speech against Christians in social and conventional media has increased and Church leaders are being deported, according to the country’s Association of Protestant Churches. https://pray.interserve.org/growing-pressure-against-turkish-christians/ The findings come

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Stability in Mosul Could be Years Away.

Christians and non-Sunni Muslims from Mosul, northern Iraq, waiting to return after their city’s liberation from Islamic State is completed, may have many years to wait, and their chances of doing so depend on the actions of the Iraqi Government,

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Pray for Sudanese Christians Sentenced to Prison

Christians in Sudan, along with Middle East Concern, are requesting further prayer for three imprisoned Christians who were sentenced at a court hearing on yesterday, Sunday 29th January. https://pray.interserve.org/pray-for-sudanese-christians-facing-trial/. The court sentenced Petr Jasek to life in prison for espionage,

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Syrian Church Providing Hope and Help to Rebuild Aleppo

Aleppo’s Catholic Church is helping rebuild hope in the shattered city through an innovative programme of support for young people and children. In an interview with the National Catholic Register, the Melkite Greek Catholic Archbishop of Aleppo has said the Church

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Call for Unity Between Churches in Indonesia.

Catholic and Protestant churches need to unite if Christians are to resist a rise in intolerance and radicalism in Indonesia, according to church leaders in that country. Growing incidents of hate speech and opposition to the building of places of

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Women Central to the Church in Iran.

Women are playing a central role in the underground churches of Iran, despite the risk of rejection by their families and imprisonment by police, according to research by Open Doors. The 17-page report, ‘Women Rebuilding the Future of the Church’,

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