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Chinese Christians Held in Secretive Brainwashing Camps: Sources

Authorities in China are detaining Christians in secretive, mobile “transformation” facilities to make them renounce their faith, RFA has learned. A member of a Christian “house church” in the southwestern province of Sichuan who asked to be identified by a pseudonym Li Yuese said he was held in a facility run by the ruling Chinese […]Read More

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Pakistani Christians held in visa crackdown

Immigration police on Wednesday rounded up 100 Christian Pakistani asylum seekers who have overstayed their visas or lack any visa. Acting Immigration Police chief Maj-General Surachate Hakpal ordered checks of Soi Charansanitwong 12 in Bangkok’s Bangkok Yai district. Full story: The Nation By The NationRead More

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Syrian rebels reportedly attack Christian city in Idlib

PanARMENIAN.Net – Up to 5 missiles fired from rebel-held areas in northern Hama province hit the Christian city of Mahardah and its power plant, Al-Masdar News reported on Saturday, March 31. The attack left no casualties with only minor material damage reported. The rocket assault might – most probably – have spurred by vengeance for […]Read More

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Sword Attack at Indonesian Church Leaves 6 Injured

Police shot and wounded a sword-wielding man who attacked a church congregation during Mass on Sunday in Indonesia’s Yogyakarta province, injuring five people including a German priest, according to local authorities who said they had not determined a motive. The suspect and the five others who were wounded at the St. Lidwina Church in Slemen […]Read More

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Almost 100 Attacks Against Christians Registered in Germany in 2017

The success of Germany’s multiculturalism policy has been questioned after statistics from the German Federal Police Office appear to show that a traditional Christian state is no longer a safe place for the believers. The number of crimes targeting Christians in Germany reached nearly 100 cases last year, according to a report by the Federal […]Read More