Tag: Christian Persecution

Iran: the persecution of Muslims converted to Christianity continues.

Ebrahim Firouzi, who converted from Islam to Christianity, has been convicted of "propaganda against the Islamic Republic."

High Court in India rejects plea by Hindu nationalists to ban conversions

Upadhyay’s petition suggested enacting a law that would regulate and prevent religious conversions by force or deceit.

Nigerian girl escapes captors who forced marriage and conversion

Eighteen other girls are kept illegally away from their families by Muslim gangs according to the Hausa Christian Foundation.

Ethiopian Archbishop refused entry to Eritrea

He and his fellows had to spend the night in the airport, before returning to Ethiopia.

Nigerian priest details 6 ways Christians face discrimination in Nigeria

Christians are facing lesser-known forms of societal discrimination because of their faith in Christ. 

Pope Francis: the persecution of Christians is "the fury of the devil"

Pope Francis mentioned Pakistani Christian refugee Asia Bibi to illustrate the cruelty of the persecutors of Christian.

Mauritania: Seven Christians charged for "insults to Islam"

Mauritania is an Islamic republic where slavery is still practiced even if officially condemned by the authorities.

First March for Martyrs to be organized for persecuted Christians in the US

"Many people around the world are suffering for their faith in Christ".

Al-Shabaab warns all Christians to leave northeastern Kenya

Al-Shabaab is al-Qaeda's affiliate in Somalia and operates primarily out of the country's southern and central regions.

Survey shows decline in US Catholics’ concern about global Christian persecution

American Catholics consider global Christian persecution as less urgent an issue than human trafficking, poverty or climate change