The Taliban has detained 18 workers, including one American, in Afghanistan for allegedly preaching Christianity
Advancing troubles in Afghanistan led to 1,095 civilians killed and 2,679 wounded between August 2021 and May 2023
The Taliban are conducting door-to-door searches for Christians and other minority groups.
ICC found 60 Christian families that had fled Afghanistan for Pakistan.
The total population of the overwhelmingly Muslim-majority country is about 39 million.
According to the report, “Afghans who do not adhere to the Taliban's interpretation of Islam are at risk of grave danger."
Backtracking by the Taliban means female students above the sixth grade will not be able to attend school.
"The fall of Kabul has fueled a new mood of invulnerability among other jihadist groups worldwide," Open Doors warns.
Local governments have been completely overwhelmed by the situation and the difficulties are enormous.
Open Doors' 2022 World Watch list reveals that 360 million Christians face persecution because of their faith across the world.