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Indian Pastor Arrested in Chattisgarh

Nov 14, 2005

Pastor Masih Das Rai was arrested in Palari, Chattisgarh under the Freedom of Religion Act for allegedly forcibly converting Hindus.


Nov 9, 2005

Over recent years, Christians in the West have become much moreaware of the severe, often violent nature of persecution andreligious liberty abuse in the non-West.

Guinea: Baptism Service Violently Attacked

Nov 4, 2005

On Wednesday 19 October, a baptism ceremony in Nzerekore was attacked by Muslims complaining about the music from the service disturbing their prayers at a nearby mosque.

Cuba: Reining in the Church

Oct 27, 2005

Cuba\'s Church was decimated when Fidel Castro\'s 1959 Communist Revolution forced multitudes of believers to flee to the USA for religious liberty.

October in Review

Oct 27, 2005

During October we have prayed for...

India: Crucial Supreme Court Hearing on October 18th

Oct 11, 2005

An absolutely crucial Supreme Court hearing will take place in India on Tuesday 18 October. Please pray through this week leading up to the hearing, and then through the hearing itself.

Algeria: Needs Peace for Openness

Oct 6, 2005

Algeria is potentially a most strategic North African nation. For decades it has been wracked by war, political instability and Islamic terrorism.

China: Defiantly Intensifying Persecution

Sep 13, 2005

Two recent news releases from China Aid Association* (CAA) document a shocking escalation of persecution in China. There seems (to RLP) to be a direct correlation between increasing Russian-Chinese-Central Asian solidarity and growing persecution of unsanctioned Protestant Christians in those states

Christians of the Arab World

Sep 14, 2005

When we think of the Arab world, we generally think of Muslims. But according to Egyptian political sociologist Saadeddin Ibrahim, around 21 million to 30 million Christians live in the Arab world, which is between 7 percent and 10 percent of the total population.

India: Hindu Nationalists Step Up Pressure

Sep 23, 2005

Whilst India\'s federal Congress-led government is a strong advocate of religious liberty, India\'s states have a high degree of autonomy and several have Hindu nationalist state governments that reject religious liberty.