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Persecution and Prayer Alert March 16, 2009 6:04 PM

March 11, 2009 No matter where The Voice of the Martyrs ministers, the first request of persecuted Christians is almost always the same: "Pray for us." Answer that request by joining The Voice of the Martyrs in praying for our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world. Sign up today to receive specific, up-to-date prayer requests by email every Wednesday through the Persecution and Prayer Alert. To subscribe, click here. Pakistani Christian killed, other believers injured in mob violence One of the believers injured in the attack Photo from Pakistan Christian Post A Christian woman was killed and at least 16 people injured in an attack on the predominantly Christian village of Sangowali, Punjab province on March 2. According to reports from Sharing Life Ministries Pakistan, the attack was led by a local Muslim, Waseem Butt, in retaliation for charges of robbery and assault placed against him by a Christian family in late February. At approximately 8:00 p.m., Butt and a group of his Muslim friends and family members attacked a Presbyterian church and the homes of believers nearby. Attackers kept ambulances away by firing shots into the air. Shakeela Bibi was beaten in the head with a bamboo rod and succumbed to her injuries before reaching the hospital. Other believers, including Shakeela's mother-in-law, remained in hospital at last report. Pray for those mourning the loss of Shakeela. Ask God to help those affected by the attack remain steadfast as they suffer (Revelation 2:10). For more information on the persecution of Christians in Pakistan, click here. Pastor shot in Bihar state, India On March 8, the Prarthana Bhawan church in Rothas district, Bihar state, India was attacked by a 25-year-old man who threw a bomb through the window, according to a March 10 report from Compass Direct. As church members fled, the assailant, Rajesh Kumar Singh, entered the building and shot Pastor Vinad Kumar (35). Singh was apprehended by church members before he could inflict more harm. In a statement given to authorities, Singh revealed that he had intended to kill Pastor Kumar in an effort to stop conversions to Christianity in the area and had planned to take his own life. Local Christians claim that the presence of Hindu nationalist groups has increased in the area in recent weeks and the pastor had received a threatening letter from militants demanding that he stop preaching. At last report, Pastor Kumar was hospitalized with serious injuries but was expected to make a full recovery. Pray for healing for Pastor Kumar. Pray that Singh would understand the truth about Jesus and come to faith in Him. Pray that the bold faith of Christians in India will be a light that draws others to Jesus (Matthew 5:14-16). For more information on the persecution of Christians in India, click here. Malaysian Christian's faith recognized by Islamic court Photo from New Straits Times In a rare victory for religious minorities in Malaysia, a Christian man was legally recognized as a non-Muslim by an Islamic court on March 6. Mohammad Shah (60), who goes by the alias Gilbert Freeman, brought his case to the Sharia court in Negeri Sembilan state after the National Registration Department refused to acknowledge his Christian faith when he applied for a new identity card. Freeman was raised a Christian by his mother after his Muslim father abandoned the family when Freeman was only two months old. As a result, the judge ruled that Freeman had never been a Muslim and his identity card could therefore be changed. The court also found no evidence that Freeman's parents were ever legally married. Praise the Lord that Freeman's faith has been recognized in this way. Pray for increased religious freedom in Malaysia. To find out more about the plight of Malaysian Christians, go to the Malaysia Country Report. Update: "Insufficient evidence" found against Chinese pastor Photo from ChinaAid Pastor Lou Yuanqi, who was arrested in May on charges of "inciting separatism" (click here for more details), remains imprisoned despite a judge's verdict of "insufficient evidence," according to a March 6 report from ChinaAid. After Pastor Yuanqi's trial on December 15, his 18-year-old daughter was beaten by court police when she tried to speak to him. Pastor Yuanqi suffers from hepatitis B and the harsh prison conditions have reportedly worsened his health. In this week's VOMC weblog (www.persecution.net/weblog.htm) Check out the latest posts by VOMC staff: a) Find out how, by declaring human rights and religious freedom off the table before she set foot in Beijing, Hillary Clinton jettisoned the first leg of smart power -- how governments treat their own -- in "Clinton's not so 'smart power.'" b) Learn about a special VOMC offer in "Spread the news, receive a free copy of special edition 'Tortured for Christ.'" c) Get informed about the trials facing young Christian women in Pakistan and other Islamic countries in "Thirteen year old Christian girl violated for two days by Muslim man." d) VOMC CEO Glenn Penner argues against the UN resolution on the defamation of religions, which extends human rights protections to religions, in "Religions don't have rights -- people do." e) What do the two most common commands in the Book of Revelation have to say to those struggling to overcome fear? Find out in "Behold!" To make comments on these and previous VOMC weblogs, go to persecutedchurch.blogspot.com.

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 December 16, 2010 6:42 AM

For many years now Ahmad has been living a double life. Because he lives in a predominantly Islamic tribe in Southern Sumatra, he faces fierce opposition for being a Christian. Ahmad shares his story about how he became a Christian and how you can pray for him.
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 December 23, 2010 4:03 AM

Father, as Christmas draws close, we think of our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world who are forbidden to openly celebrate the birth of Jesus. We pray specifically that Christians in Vietnam, Iraq, and North Korea will have opportunities to meet together this Christmas, and that You would protect them as they gather in Your name. We ask that Your love and peace be ever-present and will warm their hearts despite the opposition they face. We thank you that Christ is the Prince of Peace, and even in the midst of horrific circumstances, He reigns over all. And Father, during this time of Christmas celebrations, may the witness of Christian’s worldwide fill the hearts of those who do not yet know You, and that Your presence will be made known to them. Fill them with Your peace and joy…that “every tongue [will] acknowledge that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.” - Phil 2:11. Amen.

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The Prayer Force Team


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 January 07, 2011 10:04 AM

At least 21 people were killed and scores were wounded on Saturday (Jan. 1) when a bomb planted outside a church exploded.
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 January 07, 2011 10:05 AM

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The case of Asia Noreen, the first Christian woman sentenced to death in Pakistan on blasphemy charges, suffered a major setback when her most vocal supporter, the governor of Punjab Province, was gunned down by one of his police bodyguards this week.
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 January 13, 2011 4:15 AM

Voters in southern Sudan continue this week to cast ballots on whether or not to declare independence from the north. The outcome could result in the birth of the world's newest state.
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 January 13, 2011 4:25 AM

Over the next 10 weeks Open Doors will host a countdown of the top ten countries on the 2011 World Watch List (WWL). Due to the recent political and social instability in the last few months, we will go against the “norm” and begin the countdown with the country listed in the eleventh position, Pakistan.
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 January 20, 2011 5:20 AM

Assyrian Youth Delegates Meet for First International Black March Movement Conference

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Detroit (AINA) -- On January 8th and 9th, 2011, youth delegates from across the United States, Canada, and Europe met in Detroit for the Black March Movement's Inaugural Global Youth Conference. The Black March Movement is founded as a response to the October 31, 2010 massacre of Assyrians at Our Lady of Deliverance Syriac Catholic Church in Baghdad, in which 58 Assyrians were killed by members of the Islamic State of Iraq, an Al-Qaeda affiliate. On November 8, 2010 more than twenty protests, dubbed Black Marches, were held in cities around the world to call attention to the Baghdad church massacre (AINA 11-10-2010).

The Conference represented a revolutionary and unprecedented step for the Assyrian diaspora as youths representing various diaspora communities, organizations, and religious sects [including the Church of the East, the Ancient Church of the East, the Chaldean Catholic Church, the Syriac Orthodox Church, and the Syriac Catholic Church] came together to begin connecting the diaspora and to outline the Movement's goals while stressing and reiterating the theme of unity expressed by the agreement of the Assyrian political parties in Erbil, Iraq.

Click here for full coverage of the Baghdad Church Massacre.
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 January 21, 2011 1:31 PM

In front of villagers who came out of their houses to witness the event, Islamic extremists killed 36 year old Asha Mberwa because of her faith in Christ. Radical al Shabaab insurgents have embarked on a campaign to rid the country of its hidden Christian population.
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 January 21, 2011 1:39 PM

Twenty-seven year old Seble Hagos Mebrahtu was arrested after being caught reading her Bible in her bedroom. In a weakened condition following two weeks of torture and harsh treatment, she died having been denied medical care for malaria.
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 January 21, 2011 1:49 PM

This week we pay tribute to Mehari Gebreneguse Asgedom, an Eritrean brother who died on January 16, 2009. Denied important medical treatment while in prison, this faithful servant of Christ died for his love for Christ.
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 January 21, 2011 1:53 PM

The country of Iraq has had one of the biggest changes this year on the 2011 World Watch List - moving up from position seventeen in 2010, to number eight!

In response to this jump Open Doors USA is launching an advocacy campaign on behalf of the Christians in Iraq whose persecution has rapidly escalated in recent months. Advocate on behalf of our Iraqi brothers and sisters by signing the petition urging Secretary Clinton to work closely with the Iraqi government to protect its Christian community. Sign the petition today and ask others to sign as well, collectively we can globally raise awareness of the situation of Christians in Iraq.
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 January 26, 2011 3:13 PM

FINAL CONGRESSIONAL SCORECARD OF 111TH CONGRESS: This month Open Doors USA published a final scorecard for the 111th Congress, grading members on their prioritization of international religious freedom (IRF).  A preliminary scorecard was circulated to all Congressional offices mid-2010, giving each member an opportunity to co-sponsor open items and improve their scores prior to publication. We are grateful that one item on the scorecard, H. Res. 20 on Vietnam, was passed by voice vote in the House and 30 more co-sponsors were added to resolutions and a letter to King Mohammed VI of Morocco since the distribution of our preliminary scorecard. Thanks to each of you who used the scorecard to call your elected officials to greater involvement in the promotion of IRF. View the final scorecard>>
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 January 27, 2011 3:11 PM

Tunisians hold their breath, uncertain how the situation will develop after the ousting of President Ben Ali. Also for the 1,000 to 1,500 Tunisian Christians and approximately 20,000 foreign Christians in the country, they ask for our prayers.
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 January 27, 2011 3:13 PM

Last December a gathering of thirty-two leaders from various countries in Central Asia attended an Open Doors training seminar. A young leader from the Karakalpakstan church shares their testimony.
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 January 27, 2011 3:16 PM

Father, we are in constant awe at Your mighty hand in our world. We ask now for Your protection and comfort over Asia Noreen, as she awaits her appeal. Please give her favor and help her to continue to honor and serve You in the midst of her current death sentence. We also pray that in Tunisia Christians would remain strong and unified and may Your Church grow in strength and numbers during this time of transition. Father we ask today that You would bring stability to that country and the government in particular. Also Father, we thank You for the blessing that the Standing Strong through the Storm leaders seminars have been for the persecuted churches, and may Your gospel continue.

Praying with you,

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 January 30, 2011 8:38 PM

Dear Donna,

As massive protests in Egypt enter their sixth day, we are growing increasingly concerned. 

We fear that we may have seen this movie before.  When similar protests erupted in Iran in 1979, they were likewise led by middle class merchants and professionals.  Yet radical Islamists led by the Ayatollah Khomeini were the ones who ultimately seized control.  Iran changed from a strong ally of the United States and Israel to a violent enemy of both.  The people of Iran have been subjected to a tyranny too absolute and violent to overthrow. 

The same tragedy could unfold in Egypt.  The Muslim Brotherhood – the radical organization which gave birth to both Al Qaeda and Hamas -- is among the largest opposition forces in Egypt.  If radical Islamists seize control of Egypt, America would lose an ally, and Israel would see its peaceful border with Egypt turned into yet another front of war and conflict.  The Egyptian people would be saddled with a tyranny that could make the present regime seem benign by comparison. 

We therefore ask today for your urgent prayers.  We ask that you pray for the people of Egypt, that they will remain safe during this turbulent time and emerge with greater freedoms than ever before.  And we ask that you pray for Israel.  Let us seek God’s intervention to ensure that whoever wins this power struggle in Egypt will honor the peace treaty between Egypt and Israel, not rip it up and open a new front of war.  Let us pray that somehow this unrest will multiply peace and not unleash greater violence. 

But let all those that put their trust in thee rejoice:
let them ever shout for joy, because thou defendest them:
let them also that love thy name be joyful in thee. Psalm 5:11

 

5And the LORD will create upon every dwelling place of mount Zion,
and upon her assemblies, a cloud and smoke by day,
and the shining of a flaming fire by night:
for upon all the glory shall be a defense. Isaiah 4:5

To receive up-to-the-minute information on the situation Egypt and critical information concerning Israel and the Middle East please follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook.

With blessings to you and those you love,

Pastor Hagee                            David Brog
National Chairman                     Executive Director
Christians United for Israel         Christians United for Israel

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 February 02, 2011 5:12 AM

Dear Donna,

Pressure and violence against Christians in Iraq are rapidly increasing due to Islamic extremists who are trying to eradicate Christians from the country.

Please Take a Moment to Sign a Petition
Ask Secretary of State Clinton to work with the Iraqi government to immediately form and implement a comprehensive plan of action to protect the dwindling community of Christians in Iraq.

The number of Christians in Iraq has decreased from an estimated 850,000 in 1991 to 330,000 today and of those who remain, more than half are internally displaced due to violence and constant threats against them by Islamic extremists.

The Iraqi government clearly has not made protection of Christians in Iraq a priority. The U.S. government needs to strongly encourage and work with the Iraqi government to protect Christians and other religious minorities before they are all driven out of Iraq.

Please take action today and sign a petition to Secretary of State Clinton raising these concerns. Please share this petition with your friends and family. The more signatures we gather, the greater influence we will have on our current administration in prioritizing the protection of vulnerable Christians in Iraq.

Advocating with you,

Lindsay Vessey
Advocacy Director
Open Doors USA

 

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 February 03, 2011 4:41 AM

The current crisis in Egypt is challenging for Christians and they are calling on the church in the West to unite in prayer with them for the future of their country.
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 February 03, 2011 4:55 AM

This week we pay tribute to Lao Lia Po's mother, a Vietnamese sister who died February 3, 2009.
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 February 10, 2011 1:41 PM

Nearly 99% of the voters in the January referendum were in favor of dividing Africa's biggest country. By July the world's newest nation will be created and Africa will gain a 54th state. Christians in Sudan voiced their relief and gratitude over the successful completion of the long-awaited referendum. "We wish to deeply thank Christians across the globe for their prayers and our God for answering those prayers."
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 February 10, 2011 1:46 PM

When President Ben Ali fled Tunisia after a popular revolt of just a few days the news spread quickly throughout the Middle East, that unpopular governments can be overthrown, and many of those in power in neighboring countries wondered if they could be next wondered what would happen next. The Middle East is home to a Christian minority of over 14 million people, most of them living under severe restrictions, if not under outright persecution. What would a political reversal mean for them? This week we explore this question in the country of Tunisia.
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 February 10, 2011 1:51 PM

At a recent training session for underground prayer leaders in Somalia, believers shared their testimonies of how they came to know Jesus in spite of obstacles and persecution.

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 February 15, 2011 10:44 AM

Dear Donna,

Egyptians continue to celebrate in the hope for a better tomorrow that inspired a revolution for change. There is no better time than now to support Egyptian Christians to advance the gospel in their own country.

We've all seen reports of riots and civil unrest. Countless have been injured… people killed… horrific suffering… and total chaos in the streets and we are thankful that the situation has come to a halt.

After hearing this good news … we do have an urgent request.

I have been told that Muslims are turning to their Christian neighbors. Christians passed out water to thirsty demonstrators who marched for a better government. It's an extraordinary time for the advancement of God's Kingdom… showing the love of Christ!

Despite these recent developments we must remember that this is not a country that is always favorable to Christians.

According to the Pew Research Center when the Egyptian population was polled:



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  • 84% believe that any Muslim who converts to Christianity should be executed.

Just days ago eleven Christians were murdered in a town about 150 miles south of Cairo. Forty-two Christians have been killed since the beginning of the year. It's a paradox of circumstances. Today Christians and Muslims link arm-in-arm in solidarity against a common enemy (the government)… but those alliances can turn overnight.

That is why this is such a critical time for our persecuted brothers and sisters in Egypt and they need your support to advance the gospel and reach out to their surrounding neighbors in love.

Please pray that their strength of faith will endure through this crisis. And pray for our ministry partners who labor tirelessly to help Egyptian Christians by providing training, Bibles, and other critical support to withstand the persecution.

To deliver those critical provisions, we need to receive $75,000 online for counseling, training, and economic development projects so we can help these courageous Egyptian Christians face the challenges of these trying times.

Through your gift today and your prayers you will help Christians throughout Egypt stand strong today and tomorrow…whatever tomorrow brings. On their behalf, thank you.

 

In Christ,

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 February 19, 2011 1:40 AM

Yang Caizhen, who was arrested with four other Linfen-Fushan church members in November 2009, is currently in the hospital. Prison officials told Yang Caizhen's family to visit her there. This is the second time she has been in the hospital since she was arrested. The first time, her family was not informed, so this time they think her condition is more serious. Yang Caizhen is due to be released in July or August, but her family hopes she can be released early on medical parole.

Her daughter also said the prison recently changed its visitor policy. Previously, almost anyone could visit Yang Caizhen. Now, only close family members may visit.

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 February 23, 2011 9:13 PM

Update on Kim Kyung Il

Kim Kyung Il has been in prison 10 years. Just a few days ago, VOM contacts received word that his sentence is expected to be commuted in March and he may be free in September. Normally this would be cause for rejoicing, but as soon as Kim Kyung Il is released he'll face deportation to North Korea. There, he will almost certainly be executed. Our contact writes, "The only hope he may have is a huge outpouring of public awareness on this issue, which might at least delay his execution once he's returned."

Friends are working frantically to help Kim Kyung Il, but it's not easy. Please pray with us for a solution, and take action by writing Chinese officials today.

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Kim Kyung Il
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 February 23, 2011 9:20 PM

Update on Father Nguyen Van Ly

Father Nguyen, now 64, has warned that he will go on a hunger strike and refuse medical treatment if he is readmitted to jail on March 15, 2011. The pastor was sentenced to eight years in prison in 2007 for "damaging national security." He was released March 15, 2010 to undergo a year's medical treatment after suffering two serious strokes leaving him partially paralyzed.

Nguyen Van Ly previously served a total of 15 years in jail, including years in solitary confinement. While on medical leave, authorities have prevented the pastor from giving interviews or meeting other democracy activists.

Please pray authorities will not send the Father Nguyen back to prison. Ask for healing for him.

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 February 25, 2011 7:15 PM

CHRISTIAN LEADERS IN NIGERIA CALL VIOLENCE PREMEDIATED: Christian leaders in Bauchi state said religious violence here sparked by a row over a billiards table on Jan. 27 bore signs that Muslim extremists were prepared for a large-scale slaughter of Christians.  Initially authorities said only 18 people were killed after sectarian violence erupted. Since then, estimates have ranged wildly from 25 to 96 people killed over a three-day period starting Jan. 27, with Christian leaders asserting that Muslim extremists used the billiards table incident as a pretext for unleashing attacks with a stockpile of weapons hidden in mosques.  Full story>>  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
 
 February 26, 2011 1:28 AM


 

Double Miracle for Iranian Secret Believer

Double Miracle for Iranian Secret Believer

When Iranian convert, Sarah, was shot in the neck by robbers some years ago, medics did not expect her to survive. But today, by God’s grace, Sarah is still living for Christ in Iran—ranked #2 on the new Open Doors World Watch List.

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 March 02, 2011 6:36 AM

Eastleigh: Kenya's Battle with Radical Islam  Kenya

 An impoverished Kenyan city has   

 become a recruiting ground for   

 Al-Shabab, an Islamic extremist

 group out of Somalia that has  

 declared war on Christians. The  

 community has become known as

 a "little Mogadishu" due to Somali

 immigrants who are importing a  

 radical brand of Islam through  

 piracy and Saudi funds. 

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 March 03, 2011 12:28 PM

Dear Donna,

Shahbaz Bhatti, a Christian brother and former Minority Affairs Minister for Pakistan, became the latest victim in the battle for religious freedom. While leaving his mother's home his car was ambushed; in the aftermath Bhatti's bullet-ridden body was pronounced dead.

Such an untimely loss of one so loved and respected by Christians and minorities throughout Pakistan, even the world.

A devoted advocate for minorities Bhatti was outspoken, bold and fearless in protecting their rights. In recent months Bhatti had defied death threats. He conceded that he was "the highest target right now" since the January assassination of Punjab Gov. Salman Taseer. He knew that his life was at risk but vowed to continue his work for the sake of the cross.




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Brother Andrew knew Bhatti well. "I am deeply shocked," Andrew said. He continues,

"We lost a valuable human being, but not hope. God is still in Pakistan. He's building His Church and will finish His work, just as the Bible promises."

Our comfort comes directly from God's own voice.

"When I heard these things, I sat down and wept. For some days I mourned and fasted and prayed before the God of heaven. Then I said: "LORD, the God of heaven, the great and awesome God, who keeps his covenant of love with those who love him and keep his commandments, let your ear be attentive and your eyes open to hear the prayer your servant is praying before you day and night for your servants..." --Nehemiah 1: 4-6a

Please join me in prayer, right now for all those affected by this tragic loss.

In Christ,



Carl Moeller
President/CEO
Open Doors USA

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 March 03, 2011 6:03 PM

Developing: Ethiopian Muslims Burn Down Five Churches, More Attacks Feared

Church Leaders Ask for Government Protection from the Ongoing Muslim Attacks
Washington, D.C. (March 3, 2011)-International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that in the past two days, thousands of Muslims have razed five churches and the homes of two evangelists in Asendabo, Ethiopia. Christian leaders are asking for protection after the Muslim attackers continued burning churches even after the federal police were sent to the town. 

The Muslims started the attacks yesterday after falsely accusing the Christians of desecrating the Qur'an. More than ten thousand Muslims shouted "Allah Akbar" (Allah is great) as they burned down five evangelical churches. The government sent the federal police force to protect the Christians after the Muslims burned down the first three churches. The Muslims overwhelmed the police force and burned down two more churches today.

Speaking with ICC, Christian leaders expressed their fear that Muslims will start killing the Christians unless the government sends more security forces to contain the Muslim attackers.

At the time of the writing of this report, none of the Muslim attackers have been arrested. The government officials detained some Christians and took them to the nearby Jimma town stating that they need to do that for their own security.

Ethiopia is a Christian majority country and was one of the first nations to accept Christianity. However, in the areas of the country where Muslims are the majority, Christians face attacks. 

"We urge Ethiopian government forces to send reinforcement to protect the Christians in the city of Asendabo from the Muslim attacks. We ask Christians around the world to prevent any further attacks by calling the Ethiopian officials in their countries and asking them to protect the Christians and their property," said ICC's Regional Manager for Africa, Jonathan Racho.

Please urgently contact the Ethiopian officials in your country and urge them to send more security forces to protect the Christians from the Muslim attacks.

Ethiopian Embassies:

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