Criminality, Persecution of Christians, Politics, Religion

Persecution of Christians – week 40

Muslims in Indonesia want the laws to be more Islamic and that means that Christians get a harder time. The authorities have now closed down three churches without to giving any other reason than “administrative reasons”. Nobody knows why these churches were singled out, but for the last ten years about a thousand churches have been… Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 40

Criminality, Persecution of Christians, Politics, Religion

Persecution of Christians – week 32

A Pentecostal Church in Alchevsk, Ukraine, was raided by armed men (either the State Security Ministry or the self-declared Luhansk People’s Republic) for holding an illegal worship meeting. It led to two court cases. Things like this is a common occurence. Somebody shot through the glass windows of a German church in Stohlberg during evening… Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 32