Religious Persecution

World leaders should unite to end anti-Christian persecution, Vladimir Putin -President Russia

MOSCOW, August 1, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Vladimir Putin has urged the world’s political leaders to stop the violent persecutions against Christians that have erupted in many Middle Eastern countries.Speaking at a meeting with Orthodox Christian leaders in Moscow last week, the Russian President said he noted “with alarm” that “in many of the world’s regions, especially in the Middle East and in North Africa inter-confessional tensions are mounting, and the rights of religious minorities are infringed, including Christians and Orthodox Christians.”

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Health of Pastor saeed Abendinigalangashi is deteriorating in Iranian Prison-GCIC demands release

Saeed Abedinigalangashi
Evin Prison
Saadat Abad
Tehran -Islamic Republic of Iran
Dear Pastor Saeed Abedini,
I am writing you so you know that there are people thinking, praying, and advocating for your immediate, permanent and unconditional release. No one should be imprisoned for their religious beliefs. Your courage and grace has inspired many. I pray daily for your release and safe keeping. You are a blessing from God to His people in Iran. God bless you and God bless the people of Iran.

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Stop persecution of Minorities in Bangaladesh,burma and Sri Lanka

Stop Persecution of Minorities in Burma, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

Fri, 2013-04-05 01:25 —

By M. Burhannuddin Qasmi
Muslim organizations condemned the communal violence against minorities in Burma, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. They decried the targeting of places of worship and articulated their deepest concerns about recent ethnic cleansing of Muslims in Burma where the human rights organisations and the UNO failed to offer even mere console to the victims.

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