Uzbek Christians Arrested and Harassed.

In early May, police in the Navoi Region of central Uzbekistan stopped four Christians, from various Churches, who were travelling together by car. A fellow Christian from the capital, Tashkent, who wished to remain anonymous for fear of state reprisals,

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Uzbek Christians Jailed and Fined

Doniyor Akhmedov, a member of the Baptist Church in Uzbekistan, was one of three protestants known to have been imprisoned for between seven and 15 days in March and April. He was arrested after offering a religious leaflet to a

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Uzbekistan

Much of our news from Uzbekistan is general because the government strictly monitors life there, but we still need to pray for that nation.

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Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is a largely closed country, with many human rights violations. Oh that God would have mercy and hear the cries of his people.

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Uzbekistan: Spiritual breakthrough

God is powerfully at work in Uzbekistan, a Muslim country ruled by one of the most repressive regimes in the former Soviet Union. There is little freedom, but the Muslim background believers of Uzbekistan know true freedom and real life

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Uzbekistan: an opening of the door for ministry

The Uzbekistani Constitution guarantees the freedom of religion; however this is restricted. The state and church are also officially separate in Uzbekistan, though the government favours Islam. Religious extremism is not tolerated in Uzbekistan.

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Uzbekistan

In Uzbekistan evangelical Christianity is seen as a destabilizing element that needs to be eradicated. This is a difficult country for the ministry of the Church.

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