Christians in Nigeria continue to suffer extreme persecution.From 21-24 June Islamic extremist group, Fulani herdsmen, raided Christian villages - setting fire to homes and churches. At least 200 Christians were killed over four days.Women and children are especially vulnerable and a dusk-to-dawn curfew has been put in place. Our partners tell us that the violence continues.
Hakim* recently came to faith in Jesus, coming from a Muslim background. Now he’s experiencing persecution from his Muslim family.
Recently, the world had its eyes on the historic summit between two of the most well-known world leaders, Kim Jun-Un and Donald Trump.
An Egyptian Christian was detained by police for carrying a bottle of water during fasting hours this Ramadan. He believes he was targeted for his faith.
Roman* was a very conservative Muslim who decided to disrupt a local church service. He wanted to target 'betrayers.'
The authorities in Uzbekistan’s south-western Navoi Region keep raiding and punishing local Christians "to stop them meeting for worship and peaceful religious activity," Council of Churches Baptists told Forum 18 on 15 March.