Four Christian Women Falsely Accused of Blasphemy in Pakistan

02/25/2019 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that four Christian women from the Farooq-e-Azam neighborhood of Karachi, Pakistan were falsely accused of blasphemy on February 19, 2019. Following the false accusation, a mob of enraged

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Mother and Daughter Disowned for Converting to Christianity

01/07/2018 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Adijah is living with a Christian family in Kisinga, Western Uganda, after she was threatened and disowned by her husband for becoming a Christian. One year ago, Adijah and her daughter Nuriah left Bwera, where they

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‘Children they are, not slaves’.

Sister Gracy Rodrigues, an Indian nun with the Congregation of the Daughters of Charity (the Canossians), is involved in rescuing child victims of trafficking and active with the Asian Movement of Women Religious Against Human Trafficking (AMRAT), a network of

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Women Finding Hope in Syria

In war-ravaged Syria, isolation is more harmful than bullets or bombs. Men are dying or fleeing at an astonishing rate, and the women left behind are having to learn to live in a new world. They are now both caretakers

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Pray for Afghanistan.

Scores of people have been killed in Afghanistan and Pakistan by heavy snow and avalanches that hit mountainous areas in the region, officials said. More than 100 people have been killed across Afghanistan, including 50 in Nuristan province, officials said on

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