Nepal Votes Against Becoming a Hindu Nation

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ICC Note: Nepal’s Constitution Assembly, tasked with drafting the country’s new constitution, has voted against a proposal that would declare Nepal as a Hindu nation. This vote sparked outrage among Nepal’s radical Hindu nationalist groups and led to protests and several church bombings. Hindus make up 80 percent of Nepal’s […]

Violent protests break out in India over recently passed bills.

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PUBLISHED by Lindsay Steele India (MNN) — Three bills were recently passed in Manipur, India, and they’re triggering violent protests. The state is mainly made up of Meitei Hindus who live in a valley surrounded by hills. The population in the hills, on the other hand, consists mainly of Naga […]

Charges against Ethiopian Christians dropped

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PUBLISHED BY Reagan Hoezee (Photo courtesy of Open Doors USA) Ethiopia (ODM) —[EDITOR’S NOTE: This is an article posted directly from Open Doors USA.  learn more about how this organization is assisting persecuted Christians around the world is on their website.]A group of Christians from Asela, Ethiopia, who have been […]

A Lao Pastor Stabbed and Killed in Cold Blood by Provincial Police

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ICC Note: We stand with HRWLR in calling for the government of Laos to further investigate this horrendous murder, bringing the perpetrators to justice.  We also ask the Lao government to guarantee the freedom of religion granted to the Lao people in their constitution. By Sirikoon Prasertsee 09/14/2015 Laos(Human Rights […]

Chibok Girls Dispersed, Some Married Off, Says Buhari

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ICC Note: Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari says the Chibok girls have been dispersed to various locations in northern Nigeria, still captive by Boko Haram, diminishing the hopes of rescue for more than 200 young girls who were kidnapped in April 2014. He also disclosed that many of them have been […]

Print shop missionary shows big faith and quiet diligence-a Testimony of Gary!

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PUBLISHED ON 11 September, 2015 by Reagan Hoezee Christian Aid Mission President Cynthia Finley acknowledges Gary Frankson’s 30years of service during staff meeting, which he opens each week with prayer and worship. (Photo and caption courtesy of Christian Aid Mission)USA (CAM) — [EDITOR’S NOTE: This is an article posted directly […]

Most Clergyman in Nigeria Has Conducted More Funerals thanWeddings

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ICC Note: While Boko Haram regularly grabs most of the persecution headlines in Nigeria, radical Muslim Fulani herders silently ravage the country’s “Middle-Belt,” especially majority-Christian areas such as Riyom and Barkin Ladi Local Government Areas in Plateau State. The Nigerian government continues to remain silent on this ethnic cleansing of […]

Christian Leader in Pakistan Begs West to Open Doors to Persecuted Pakistani Christians

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ICC Note: A Christian leader in Pakistan has begged the West to open its doors to persecuted Christians fleeing Pakistan. This comes as European nations announce their intention to take in thousands of Syrian refugees. It is estimated 30,000 Christians have fled Pakistan due to persecution and are now living […]

Khammouane: Two Laotian Christians Arrested on Charges of “Spreading the Faith”

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ICC Note: Unfortunately, this clear-cut case of abuse of religious freedom by Laotian government authorities speaks for itself. By AsiaNews.it Reporter 09/07/2015 China(AsiaNews.it) Laotian authorities have arrested two Christians on charges of “spreading the [Christian] faith”. The two are currently held at the Khounkham district prison, Khammouane province, central Laos. […]

Hopes for Education slim for Children in Northern Nigeria

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Violence in Nigeria deprives children of school PUBLISHED ON 4 September, 2015 BY Alex Anhalt Nigeria (CAM) — Many school children in Nigeria are returning to school next week, but not the hundreds of thousands of children displaced by terrorist violence in Nigeria. A native ministry is taking a step […]