Christian Persecution

Christian Persecution

“Remember them that are in bonds, as bound with them; and them which suffer adversity, as being yourselves also in the body” – Hebrews 13:3.

Odisha State, India – Pastor Saul Pradhal killed

Vietnam – Dec. 14, 2010, 100 police and a bulldozer gathered on the property of the Mennonite Bible School in Ho Chi Minh City. Police attacked Pastor Hong Quang Nguyen, the school’s leader, then bulldozed the building as the students watched.

Uzbekistan – Security forces broke up a Christian home meeting, confiscating all books and a laptop. The Christians were severely beaten.

New Delhi, India – Three American Christians were asked to leave India because they allegedly participated in evangelism.

Sanaa, Yemen – Sunday, June 12, marked the second anniversary of the kidnapping of 9 Christian foreigners. Two were children and were rescued, three were found murdered, the others still remain missing.

Tehran, Iran – Five Iranian house church Christians are in jail serving one year imprisonment on charges of “crimes against the Islamic order.” There are other reports that Iranian authorities have been burning Bibles.

Havana, Cuba – Cuba has released Gude Perez from a six and a half year prison sentence under the condition that he does not preach and remain confined to his home.

Boynton Beach, Florida – Two Christian street preachers were shot at point blank range and killed by a teenager who opposed their message.