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Algerian pastor “amazed”

Algerian pastor “amazed”

“Glory to God!” This was the reaction of two SAT-7 producers in Algeria after 3 churches in the country were reopened after seven months of closure. Three churches recently closed down by authorities in Algeria’s northern province of Oran have been told they can... Read more
Horn of Africa

Horn of Africa

The so-called Horn of Africa consists of Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia and Eritrea. The Gospel is often challenged in all these countries. Only Somalia has Sharia Law. Although the others officially do not have Sharia Law, in some places they are ruled by pockets of... Read more
Fulani Herdsmen

Fulani Herdsmen

The Fulani herdsmen of Nigeria are the cause of much violence and death in the nation. Nearly 350 villagers—mostly Christians—have been killed in Nigeria since the beginning of the year, during at least 32 attacks by Muslim Fulani herdsmen. In one incident, Fulani... Read more
Turkey “1881 Project”

Turkey “1881 Project”

Turkey with less than 0.01% following Jesus, is polarised as never before; political, religious and ethnic identities are causing strife, deep-seated anger and hopelessness. Most of Turkey’s nearly 80 million people are fierce nationalists, loyal to their... Read more
Mauritania

Mauritania

There will no longer be mercy for those convicted of apostasy in Mauritania. A new law was passed on April 27th, 2018 by the Mauritanian National Assembly. Previously, any Mauritanian who committed blasphemy or left the Muslim faith had three days to repent before... Read more
Increase of radicalism

Increase of radicalism

There are clear indications that in several nations there is an increase of greater animosity against Christianity. Among them are Indonesia, Pakistan, Somalia, Algeria and Egypt. There are more. The effect is that Christians suffer more and must operate... Read more
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