Graham Staines' death is warning against Hindutva fundamentalism,-Graham-Staines%27-d... 01/24/2014 17:52
For Christian leader, Graham Staines' death is warning against Hindu fundamentalism
by Nirmala Carvalho
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the murder of the Australian missionary and his two sons, killed by Hindu radicals. The president of the Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC) reflects on the next general election. The nationalist party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which supports radical groups, is also vying for power.  read more »

Unrest in Kieve orthodox priests tries to restore peace

Orthodox priests tries to stop a clash between protesters and the police in the center of Kiev, Ukraine. Anti-government street protests in Kiev turned deadly overnight, as opposition organizers announced that three demonstrators had been killed, one from a fall and two shot by police.  read more »

The Ten Worst Places to be a Christian

January 24, 2014 by Majid Rafizadeh

Somalia Secret ChristiansThere are some common characteristics, intriguing trends and phenomena among the countries that have been specified as the top ten worst nations for Christians or religious minorities.  read more »

India to host Orthodox-Catholic dialogue

Kochi: The International Dialogue between the Orthodox and the Catholic Churches will be held for the first time in India.  read more »

Chattisgrgh Pastor illegaly held in jail for past 25 days

Pastor Lalit Kumar Khugur 35 year old working with CGM Ministries in a place called Jashpur Chattisgarh State. Jashpur is around 100 kilometers from Raipur City Capital of Chattisgarh. Pastor Lalit was having his church service as usual on Sunday morning 29th of December 2013 their service started at 8 am and at around 9:15 am Lalit was preaching the word of God
Around 24 people barged into his house [4 Policemen and 20 neighbors] started shouting to come out and stop service.  read more »

Sri Lankan Buddhist radicals attack two independent Christian churches and burnt bibles

Eight Buddhist monks were among the 24 people who carried out the attack. Police were unable to contain the mob, which destroyed buildings and burnt religious literature. According to the attackers, the two churches do not have the permit needed to remain open. Religious intolerance is growing against religious minorities.  read more »

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