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Iranian protests

Iranian protests

We see only half the news. Television shows the large crowds that mourn Soulimani, the anger of groups of people. But they do not show the protests against the government – both inside and outside of Iran. Only days after large crowds of Iranians demonstrated... Read more
Lebanon and Yemen

Lebanon and Yemen

Lebanon and Yemen Mike Parker, Director of SIM Middle East wrote: “Lebanon continues to struggle to find a peaceful, sustainable, trustworthy way forward. Syria is still locked in conflict and Yemen’s dreadful situation worsens, while western headlines are... Read more
What’s going on in Algeria?

What’s going on in Algeria?

Over the last 2 years, Algeria’s government is shutting down more and more churches. On January 20 for instance, officials ordered the closure of a church in Ain Turk.  According to Middle East Concern, 19 churches have been closed in the past two years; at least 13... Read more
The worst persecution

The worst persecution

According to the latest World Watch list of Open Doors, Islam is the cause of persecution in 10 of the top 15 of most persecuted nations in the world.  Five of those countries where persecution is the worst, are in Africa: Somalia, Libya, Eritrea, Sudan and Nigeria.... Read more
Persecution and suffering: a Christian perspective

Persecution and suffering: a Christian perspective

The Bible clearly regards suffering as normal – partly due to the fact we live in a fallen world, which results in impacts for both Christians and non-Christians alike, but also particularly for followers of Jesus, where the Bible actually promises us persecution and... Read more
More places of unrest

More places of unrest

Regardless of where we live, Christ’s peace can overcome every trouble and turmoil. Jesus’ peace is for New York and Sudan and Egypt, the violence in Somali, violence against millions of Uigars in western China or the Rohinga in Myanmar. There people are fighting for... Read more

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