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Nigeria: University Attacked
Extremists killed 19 Christians, including two professors, as they worshiped on the grounds of Bayero University in Kano, Nigeria, on Sunday, April
22. An additional 22 people were injured.
Pakistan: Dildar Yousaf
Dildar Yousaf, the Pakistani Christian arrested and charged with blasphemy for saving his 8-year-old nephew from Muslim attackers.
Turkey: Torture & Martyrdom
On April 18, 2007, Necati Aydin, Ugur Yuksel and Tilmann Geske were brutally murdered at a Christian publishing house in Malatya, a city in
southeastern Turkey. Five young Islamists bound and tortured the two Turkish Christians and one German Christian before killing them at the Zirve
Laos / Vietnam: Standing Firm
Hmong believers in Laos and Vietnam face opposition from village authorities because of their faith in Christ. Within the past month, authorities in
several villages have expelled at least six families that converted to Christianity. The believers are struggling to farm and earn a living.
Egypt: Judge Frees Attacker
A judge in Upper Egypt has dismissed all charges against a group of Salafi Muslims who cut off the ear of a Christian in a knife attack and tried to
force him to convert.
Pakistan: Woman Arrested
A young mother has been falsely accused of “blaspheming” Muhammad. Charged and arrested on Feb 28 after rebuffing attempts by relatives who had
converted to Islam to force her to renounce her Christian faith.
Iran: Yousef Nadarkhani
In prison since 2009, Nadarkhani was sentenced to death in Sept 2010 after a court of appeals found him guilty of leaving Islam.
New Delhi: Police Detain, Beat Christian Converts
Police in India’s Kashmir Valley detained and beat converts from Islam and were expected to arrest Christian workers after Muslim leaders alleged
that Muslim youth were being “lured” to Christianity.
Saudi Arabia: Blogger Arrested
Authorities in Saudi Arabia have detained a 28-year-old blogger, Hamoud Bin Saleh, for publicly writing about his conversion from Islam to
Christianity on his website.
Kenya: Grenade Attack
A grenade explosion killed a 27-year-old university student at a church in Nairobi and injured 16 people.
Nigeria: Hundreds Slaughtered
In March, Islamist group Boko Haram, declared "war on Christians." 300 Christians have been killed in a series of incidents just over the last three
- 27 people during a targeted attack at a Church service in Northern Nigeria. Bombs were thrown into the building at around 8.30 a.m. and gunmen
fired on worshippers, and as Christians fled, the gunmen chased them, firing indiscriminately.
- On the same day, 5 people, including the pastor, were killed when gunmen opened fire on another church in the north-eastern city of Maiduguri.
- Around 40 people were killed in a suicide bombing outside two churches during Easter services in Kaduna
-Two churches in the central Nigerian city of Jos were targeted in the space of two weeks; a pregnant woman and an 18-month-old child were among those
India: Elderly Woman Beaten
Islamic extremists in India attacked a Christian prayer meeting in West Bengal state, beating a 65-year-old widow and other women less than a month
after they helped drive a young woman out of her home and village for her faith.
Laos: Give Up Faith or Leave
Some 20 officials including district police officers, Communist Party members and village security forces, summoned pastor Khamla of Dongvieng
village, Viengphuka district in Luang Namtha Province, and sharply rebuked him for believing in Christianity. After interrogation, officials ordered
Khamla to give up his faith within five days or “be cast out of the village.”
Vietnam: Curch Leader Beaten Unconcious
A church leader in Vietnam was beaten unconscious with iron bars by a gang of thugs believed to have been hired by the authorities. The attackers had
reportedly just been released from prison and apparently have connections with the local authorities, who try to prevent Christian ministers from
taking services and funerals. Such groups are hired to attack church leaders and Christians in Kon Tum province in the central highlands, which the
government has declared a “no religion zone”.
Saudi Arabia: Destruction of Churches
Sheik Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah, Grand Mufti of Saudi, declared on 12 March that it is “necessary to destroy all the churches of the region”. His
statement came in response to a query from Kuwait about proposed muslim legislation to prevent the construction of churches in that country, which is
based on a hadith in which Muhammad on his deathbed declared, “There are not to be two religions in the [Arabian] Peninsula”.
......I've run out of room to add more, but feel free to read about countless others you can easily find among internet news reports