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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #125 

Country/Region: Europe, North America, United Kingdom, Germany, United States  
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UK: Jailed Islamic terrorists refuse to change beliefs;
US: Group plans Satan statue for public monument;
Germany: Islam lessons introduced in state schools;
US: School board reverses decision to charge Christian children’s club;
UK: Cousin of honour killing victim jailed for eight years.

 
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #124

Christianity beginning “to disappear” in its birthplace, warns Prince of Wales;
UK: How killers Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale became ultra-violent radicals;
UK: Extremists threaten Muslim proprietors with 40 lashes over alcohol sale;
UK: Universities body withdraws guidance over gender segregation in lectures and debates.

 
Country/Region: Europe, North America, United Kingdom, United States, Belgium, Middle East and North Africa, Syria  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #123

US and UK suspend aid to Syrian rebels after Islamist fighters seize weapons stores;
UK: “Muslim Patrol” vigilantes jailed for attempts to impose sharia in London;
Video: London moves to become Western hub of Islamic finance;
British jihadist funded Syria trip by mugging Londoners;
Belgium moves step closer to child euthanasia.

 
Country/Region: Europe, North America, United Kingdom, France, United States  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #122

UK: Parliament holds debate on global persecution of Christians;
UK: Lee Rigby murder suspect told police: I am a “soldier of Allah”;
Terrorist attack in Europe by jihadist fighters from Syria “almost inevitable”;
Britain still a “Christian country”, says Communities Secretary;
France: Landmark court ruling on wearing hijab in private workplaces;
US: Kansas school bans student flier containing Bible verses.

 
Country/Region: Europe, North America, United Kingdom, United States, Norway  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #121

Norway: Newsreader banned from wearing cross on air;
UK: Parents told young children must attend Islam workshop or be labelled racist;
British and US citizens fighting with Islamic militants in Syria ;
US may have let dozens of terrorists into country as refugees;
UK: Terror-link group held meetings at Houses of Parliament.

 
Country/Region: Europe, United Kingdom, Greece  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #120

UK: Terrorist group claims Birmingham is top recruitment ground;
UK: British girls sent to Kashmir for forced weddings;
UK: Christian coronations of future monarchs face legal challenge;
Greece: Taxpayer-funded mosque planned in Athens;
UK:  Christian street preachers could be gagged by “antisocial behavior” law.

 
Country/Region: Europe, Australia, North America, United Kingdom, United States, Canada  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #119

UK: Islamic converts threatened to “kill non-believers” in vigilante patrol;
US: University official orders student to remove cross necklace;
US: New Jersey school lifts ban on Christmas carols;
AUS: WA parliament passes new burqa law;
Canada: Government tables controversial bill to restrict religious clothing.

 
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  • Almighty God, Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, we give You thanks on this Easter Day for the living hope that You have given us and all Your people through the resurrection of Jesus from the dead (1 Peter 1:3). We pray that the prospect of an enduring inheritance and future salvation will encourage our persecuted brothers and sisters to persevere in their faith, whatever may happen to them. We pray that we too may be sustained by this hope in the sufferings that we experience for the sake of Christ. We ask that the joy and resurrection power of the Lord will give strength and peace to persecuted believers today and every day. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed 14 hours ago

  • Give thanks for the Christ-like responses of Christian leaders in CAR to the crisis that threatens them and their churches. They have distanced themselves from the anti-balaka militias, saying that these should not be labelled as Christian and that they hold no mandate from the churches. The leaders have also condemned the violence in the country, whatever its origin, and have called on Christians to pursue forgiveness, reconciliation and healing. Churches are hiding, defending and caring for thousands of Muslims endangered by the anti-balaka, and one of CAR’s most senior church leaders has invited the president of the country’s Islamic community to move into his church compound. Pray that this powerful witness to the grace and love of Christ will help to bring peace to the shattered country. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Sat, Apr 2014 00:00

  • On this Good Friday, give thanks to God for the death of Christ and for His gift of eternal life. Praise Him too for the example of those Christians who have persevered in their faith at the risk of their lives and who have made the ultimate sacrifice for the sake of Christ and the Gospel. Pray that their martyrdom will inspire their suffering brothers and sisters in Christ to endure whatever hardships befall them and will convince their persecutors of the truth and power of the Gospel. Pray too that their bereaved families and churches will not grieve without hope (1 Thessalonians 4:13). Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Fri, Apr 2014 00:00

  • Cry out to the Lord for Christians in the Central African Republic (CAR) who have been driven from their homes by the violence that has engulfed their country. Attacks by Islamist Séléka militants and retaliation from “anti-balaka” militias has generated a huge humanitarian crisis in which around two million people, many of them Christians, are in need of emergency assistance. Give thanks for the work of Barnabas partners who have been providing food rations to hundreds of displaced believers in the capital, Bangui, and distributing food, medicines, clothing and seeds to thousands in various regions. Pray that the aid will reach those who need it most, and that the Lord will comfort the relatives and friends of the thousands who have been killed in the fighting. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Thu, Apr 2014 00:00

  • “Jesus Christ performed tremendous miracles in all our lives through this Shalom Camp.” A pastor spoke of how God had worked through a Barnabas-sponsored weekend Bible camp for persecuted Christians in Sri Lanka. The camp was attended by believers from five different churches that had been the target of threats or attacks by Buddhist or Hindu extremists. The participants heard teaching on the Biblical basis for persecution and took part in group discussions; they came away refreshed and encouraged, and for many the camp was a time of great spiritual renewal. Give thanks to the Lord for the peace He has brought to these persecuted believers, and ask that the weekend will continue to bear much fruit in their lives. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Wed, Apr 2014 00:00

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