Jerusalem churches call for peace amid violent clashes

Jerusalem churches have appealed for peace in the wake of recent violent clashes in the city. Senior church leaders are deeply concerned by the confrontations and in particular the coordinated activity of radical groups that target religious minorities.

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Myanmar: Christians ‘hiding in the forest for safety’

Myanmar’s Christians have been telling Open Doors partners of how they are living in constant fear, following February’s coup.  With the internet shut down, communications from the country have been few and far between. However, Open Doors’

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Boko Haram and the Nigerian Conscience By Martins Agbonlahor

The aim of this write-up is not to catalogue the butcheries of this sect, but to ask the question any rational individual would ask: Why has the Nigerian government been unable to nip Boko Haram’s notorieties in the bud?

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10 since the start of the Syria crisis, children describe the lasting horrors

Thousands of schools have been bombed and damaged or destroyed in the ten years of crisis in Syria, and many teachers and pupils have been killed. One in three schools in Syria are now out of use, and more than a third of all children – 2.4 million – are still out of school.

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Despite Islamic attacks, Christian Solidarity International won’t retreat

Though the COVID pandemic has driven many aid organizations out of Mozambique, Christian Solidarity International (CSI) and their partner Pro Vision continue to supply food, clothing, and shelter for Christians and non-Muslims displaced by Islamist extremists.

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Nigerian kidnapping: ‘Nigerians are waiting for the Government to act’

Nigeria and its international partners urgently need to act to “ensure the safety of its citizens.” The remark from an Open Doors spokesperson, follows another mass kidnapping of schoolchildren in Niger State yesterday.

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