May 3, 2011

More Persecution Fest


From The Telegraph, reported on Palm Sunday:
Electrician faces sack for displaying Christian cross in his van. An electrician and former soldier faces the sack for displaying a small palm cross in the window of his company van.

Christian Evangelist Abraham Abera Beaten to Death by Muslims in Ethiopia. International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that on April 21 four Muslims beat an evangelist to death and assaulted his pregnant wife in Worabe, Ethiopia, an area that is 97% Muslim.

Christian Arrested in California for Reading the Bible in Public. And the cop acted like a jerk, including not saying what the charge was! Video is less than six minutes.

Repent America (RA) is denouncing the Winchester, Virginia Police Department for again assigning an undercover police officer to secretly record the free speech activities of peaceful Christian evangelists last weekend at the city's annual Apple Blossom Festival, which attracts tens of thousands of visitors to the city.


Violent protests broke out across Nigeria’s Muslim northern region on April 18 after an overwhelming election victory by President Goodluck Jonathan, a Christian from the South. Angry crowds burned homes belonging to non-Hausa/Fulani (non-Muslim) residents, as well as cars and churches. The homes of traditional Muslim leaders who supported non-Muslim political candidates were also targeted. More than 500 have been killed and over 150 churches burned, according to Release International.

Chinese government persecution of the church in China continued to worsen in2010, the fifth straight year of escalating persecution, according to an annual report released Thursday by the Christian monitoring group ChinaAid Association.

Stating that "the Muslim persecution of Christians has reached Genocidal proportions," the Freedom Center has produced a shocking flash video about the "millions of Christians being put to death for the sole reason that they are Christian." (Viewer discretion is advised - very disturbing images.) 



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