Though the conflict in this area started without any religious reasons, it could begin taking on religious overtones.
Christians fear for their life in the country which is being taken over by radical Islamists.
The Catholic journalists were forced to seek shelter in the forest after an ISIS attack.
The militants tried their best to evict the population.
The Al-Shabab military group has recently been supported by the Islamic State, so the violence is constantly growing in the area.
So far attacks on Christians has been relatively small, but that will change quickly if the conflict continues.
The diocese of Pemba launched a solidarity campaign to bring people's attention to the suffering Church in Mozambique.
The two nuns were found safe and sound, but do not want to make any public statement.
Recent official reports estimate that over one thousand people have been killed in attacks in northern Mozambique since 2017.