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Fulani Militants Burn Down Village, Including Pastor’s Home

February 20, 2018:

By Nathan Johnson 02/15/2018 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – “See those ashes, they are my books!” Reverend Biri Gado […]

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TURKMENISTAN: IS STATE REGISTRATION DISGUISED PERSECUTION?

May 10, 2004:

(Forum 18) As well as continuing to harshly persecute religious believers, Turkmenistan is also refusing to allow religious communities to […]

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Chinese Christians Testify of Persecution before UN Commission. . .Despite testimony of official abuse, UNCHR fails to censure China.

May 10, 2004:

(Compass) Chinese Christians gave evidence of persecution at a special meeting called by the United Nations Commission on Human Rights […]

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UN SLAMS CAMBODIA’S TREATMENT OF MONTAGNARD REFUGEES

May 09, 2004:

Radio Free Asia) PHNOM PENH—A top United Nations official has accused Cambodia of failing in its international treaty obligations in […]

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UN SLAMS CAMBODIA’S TREATMENT OF MONTAGNARD REFUGEES

May 09, 2004:

Radio Free Asia) PHNOM PENH—A top United Nations official has accused Cambodia of failing in its international treaty obligations in […]

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Sharia Laws To Be Enforced on Christians

May 08, 2004:

(AP & ICC) Lawmakers in a mostly Islamic Kano State have passed a law calling for Muslims to be whipped […]

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U.N. Official Blames Sudan (their Arab Militias) for Violence

May 08, 2004:

(Washington Post) The United Nations’ top human rights official charged Friday that Sudan established, armed and supported Arab militias that […]

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President Megawati Chooses Leader of Largest Muslim Group as Her Running Mate

May 07, 2004:

(Jihad Watch, Reuters) Indonesian President Megawati Sukarnoputri on Thursday chose the leader of the country’s largest Muslim group as vice […]

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Fresh Violence Erupts in Nigeria; Estimates put death toll between 350 and 630

May 07, 2004:

(Compass) Fresh religious violence has erupted in Yelwa town in the central state of Plateau, Nigeria, two months after Muslim […]

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Indian Govt. Expels Missionary Under Pretext

May 07, 2004:

(Compass) Indian officials have ordered Jim Borst, 67, of the U.K.-based Mill Hill Mission working in Kashmir since 1963, to […]

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Ambon Snipers Using Military Guns

May 07, 2004:

(ICC) A grassroots reconciliation movement offered on Thursday more facts that could shed light on the true identity of the […]

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Weapons and Ammunition Discovered in Politician’s Home

May 07, 2004:

(ICC) National Mandate Party (PAN) Poso head Luky Lasahido was arrested by police after illegal firearms, bullets and other weapons […]

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NK Defector Asks for Prayer for His People

May 07, 2004:

(ANS) A North Korean escapee, who said that he fled his country because he was “starving to death” has issued […]

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No One Charged For Destruction of Churches and Monasteries

May 06, 2004:

(Forum 18) No-one has yet been charged for organizing the violence in March, including the destruction of 30 Orthodox churches. […]

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Christian Persecution and Humanitarian Crisis Escalates in Sudan

May 06, 2004:

(WIN) Today CNN’s Brian Todd released a report of the situation in Sudan, where a cease-fire between the Muslim government […]

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Ambon Police Chief Replaced; Shootings on Buru Island Could be Related to Ambon Riots

May 06, 2004:

(ICC) It has recently been decided that the Police Chief of the Ambon region during the attacks will be replaced. […]

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UK Islamic Protestors React to Iraqi Prison Abuse

May 05, 2004:

(AP) Islamic protestors shouted ‘Bomb London, bomb New York’ and ‘We are terrorists’ outside Downing Street, London, Tuesday May 4 […]

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New Religious Control Law Rejected

May 05, 2004:

(Forum 18) A harsh draft new religion law in the unrecognized Transdniester republic has been rejected, but the senior religious […]

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Pr-Jihad Curriculum to be Taught in Schools

May 05, 2004:

(Jihad Watch) A MAJOR initiative to counter anti-Muslim propaganda is to be launched in Greater Manchester schools. Teachers will be […]

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Sudan Elected to U.N. Rights Group, U.S. Walks Out

May 05, 2004:

(Reuters-By Evelyn Leopold) Sudan won re-election to the United Nations (news – web sites)’ main human rights watchdog on Tuesday, […]

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Reverend Damanik Arrives in Jakarta, Health is Improving

May 04, 2004:

(ICC) Reverend Rinaldy Damanik has now arrived in Jakarta for medical treatment. Upon arriving in Jakarta, he was rushed to […]

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Violence in Ambon Coming to an End, Meetings To Discuss Cause of Uprising a Failure

May 04, 2004:

(ICC) The general situation in Ambon has improved during these last few days. Many refugees have returned to their homes […]

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Police Drive Christians Into Canal, Killing Three

May 04, 2004:

(US Copts Association) In the early morning hours of Sunday, May 2nd, Egyptian police forces in El Minia, Egypt arrested […]

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56 Boys Liberated from Slavery

May 04, 2004:

(CSI) 56 boy slaves were liberated at the end of April from the cattle camps of Arab nomads in the […]

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Praise: Rev. Damanik Given Permission to Fly to Jakarta for Medical Treatment

May 03, 2004:

(ICC) Please pray fervently for Rev. Damanik as his condition is critical and he will have surgery on Tuesday, May […]

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Governor Orders Demolition of All Churches in His State

May 03, 2004:

(Jihad Watch) Governor Ahmed Sani of Zamfara State, has ordered the demolition of all churches in the state, as he […]

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Kidnapped Christian Farmer Released by Rebels

May 03, 2004:

(Compass) The Christian agronomist Ahimer Velasquez, kidnapped March 17 by rebels of the 34th Front of the Revolutionary Armed Forces […]

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Rev. Damanik’s Health Worsening

May 03, 2004:

(ICC) Rev. Damanik was hospitalized for the second time on April 25, 2004. Doctor’s have recommended that he travel to […]

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Ambon Attacks Could Be Coming to an End

May 03, 2004:

(ICC) During the last few days the conflict in Ambon has been gradually dwindling. However, barricades are still on their […]

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Sen. Brownback Applauds Committee Passage of Hong Kong Resolution; Bill reiterates U.S. policy to encourage democracy

May 02, 2004:

(ICC) U.S. Senator Sam Brownback applauded the Senate Foreign Relations Committee last week for passing a resolution supporting democratic reform […]

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Could It Happen Here? Canada Pro Gay Bill C-250 Passed-Promises to Chill Free Speech

May 02, 2004:

(Lifesitenews) Bill C-250, a private members bill, includes the phrase “sexual orientation” in the groups protected against the spread of […]

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