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Prayer Rally with Police Permission Interrupted and Stopped in Uttar Pradesh and Missionaries Arrested

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Fasting prayer rally was conducted at Dudhi, Uttar Pradesh by GEMS and Dudhi Christian church. RSS & BJP members forcefully stopped the prayer with police help and confined missionaries at the police station.

Two Christians arrested in Madhya Pradesh for alleged “forced conversions” of minors

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Anita Joseph and Amrit Kumar were stopped at the Indore Railway Station. Hindu radicals accuse them of abducting six children. A Christian activist reports that those arrested were accompanying the children to a prayer meeting with their parents’ consent.

Christian Indian Teen Arrested After Allegedly Writing Anti-Hindi Facebook Comments

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Hindu extremists are behind the complaint.
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ByJACOB AIREY October 17, 2017
Sandeep Kumar, 18, was arrested and jailed in India’s Uttar Pradesh state for twelve days in August after anti-Hindi comments were posted to a Facebook page that he alleges was created to frame him.

Kumar, known by his Christian name Karan Anthony, is an agricultural sciences student at the University of Allahabad. According to a Morning Star News report, Hindu extremist groups filed a complaint against Kumar after filing a report with authorities in the Kasganj District, leading to his arrest and charge for posting anti-Hindu social media comments.

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Hungary Hosts First Ever Government Conference for Persecuted Christians

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Prime Minister Viktor Orbán opens conference by calling on nations, particularly in Europe, to cast aside political correctness, stand up against Christian persecution, and defend the roots of Christian civilization.It is time for Europe to free itself from the shackles of political correctness, speak the truth, and face the facts about the violent persecution of Christians, Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Thursday.In a hard-hitting speech delivered at the opening of the first major conference ever held by a government in support of persecuted Christians, Orbán said that the “forced expulsion” of Christians from parts of the Middle East and Africa are “crimes” against the people and communities concerned that also “threaten our European values.”

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