India, attacked the faithful and Protestant churches: one is being reconstructed

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India, attacked the faithful and Protestant churches: one is being reconstructed
Nirmala Carvalho

The violence took place in Telangana, Karnataka and Haryana. The Hyderabad church had been demolished by the city authorities, but now it is being rebuilt. The faithful of Haveri no longer a place of worship; those of Panchkula were beaten by 100 radical Hindus.
Mumbai (AsiaNews) - In India in recent days have been attacked three Christian places of worship in as many episodes of violence. In one of these municipal authorities of Hyderabad (in Telangana) demolished the church in Heason Malakpet, one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. The Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC) has led the protest of the faithful in front of the administration building and now the Protestant church is being rebuilt.
Sajan K George, president of the GCIC, rejoices with AsiaNews the positive outcome of the story, but remember "the precarious living conditions of the Christian minority and the insecurity of places of worship."
On 16 June last, the Protestant church, led by Pastor Jaipal, was razed to the ground. The faithful gathered from the Christian movement protested against the desecration of the place of prayer. Sajan K George points out that "the Malakpet faithful are very poor and live in very poor socio-economic conditions. The Church gives them comfort, peace and hope. "

Ramadan in Bangladesh: Muslims hack Hindu priest to death at temple

JUNE 30, 2016 10:38 PM BY ROBERT SPENCER

“He was preparing morning prayers with flowers at the temple early in the morning and that time three young people came by a motor bike and killed him with machetes and fled away,” secure in the knowledge that they had pleased their bloodthirsty god.“Hindu priest hacked to death in Bangladesh,” Reuters, July 1, 2016:

DHAKA – A Hindu priest was hacked to death on Friday at a temple in Bangladesh, police and senior administrative officials said….Shaymanonda Das 45 was hacked to death in front of a temple in Jhinaidah district headquarter, 300 kms (188 miles) south west from the capital Dhaka.“He was preparing morning prayers with flowers at the temple early in the morning and that time three young people came by a motor bike and killed him with machetes and fled away,” said Mahbubur Rahman, the chief of Jhenaidah district administration.

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Christian Church Pastor Martyred After He Was Gunned Down By Muslims Outside His Church

by Walid Shoebat on June 30, 2016 in Featured, General
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Coptic Christian priest Father Rafael Moussa

It is the stubborn Copts again. They refuse to stop communion and they reject obeying Allah and his messenger Muhammad. This is why a Coptic Christian priest Father Rafael Moussa in Arish, capital of the North Sinai province has been gunned down by Muslims in “a hail of bullets” outside The Church of the Martyr of St George in Sinai, Egypt.According to reports, one of the more notable terrorist groups in the area is ‘Ansar Bait al-Maqdis,’ who, in November 2014, swore allegiance to ISIS killed him and took responsibility. Egypt’s Coptic Christian community has been heavily targeted since the Arab Spring in 2011 and by this year the Egyptian government had no mercy on the Christian Copts closing 50 churches using the excuse that it was for “security reasons”.

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Belarus denies entry to Indian Catholic priest

: 2:42 pm, July 1, 2016 Story By: mattersindia.com
Minsk: The Belarusian government has denied permission for a Catholic priest from Indian to enter the East European nation.Fr James Manjackal, a renowned Catholic charismatic preacher, was scheduled to lead spiritual exercises in a parish in Ross in the Volkovysk district of Grodno region from July 22 to 24.The diocese of Grodno had requested permission for 60-year-old Fransalian priest from India to visit Belarus, but that county’s Plenipotentiary’s Office sent its rejection in April.

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