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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #110 

Country/Region: Europe, North America, Germany, United States  
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Germany: Islamists, including converts, join extremist attacks against Christians in Syria;
US: FBI director worried Americans fighting in Syria could bring tactics home;
US: Obama addresses group identified as Muslim Brotherhood front;
Germany: Home-schooled children taken from parents in police raid;
US: Atheist group attempts to stop Pledge of Allegiance in schools.

 
Country/Region: Europe, North America, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #109

UK: Islamic TV channel fined for calling Muslims to murder anyone disrespecting Muhammad;
Comment: Is a Muslim duty bound to murder anyone who insults the Prophet Muhammad?;
Sweden: Man prosecuted for disturbing mosque’s call to prayer;
US: Police shoot sword-wielding man after attack in name of Islam;
US: North Carolina passes bill prohibiting sharia.

 
Country/Region: Europe, United Kingdom, Australia, France, Denmark, Belgium  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #108

UK: Young black men converting to Islam and becoming radicalised;
France: Convert brothers to Islam pursue jihad in Syria, one killed;
Denmark: Hospital admits secretly serving halal meat to all patients;
AUS: Outrage over compensation for prisoner served vegetarian instead of halal meals;
Belgian authorities strip jihadists in Syria of welfare benefits.

 
Country/Region: Europe, United Kingdom, Denmark  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #107

UK: Government warns of forced marriage spike over school holidays;
Report: European governments subsidising Islamic degrees at leading universities;
UK: Loss of £480,000 British foreign aid to al-Qaeda “regrettable”, says minister;
Denmark: PM says Danes should go only so far to accommodate religious customs;
Denmark: Food Agency approves “non-halal” label.

 
Country/Region: Europe, United States, North America, United Kingdom, Australia  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #106

UK: Muslim prisoner numbers up 200% – report highlights radicalisation concerns;
US states urge Supreme Court to allow prayer in government meetings;
AUS: Muslim cleric admits to sending hate letters;
International industry body launches manual for Islamic credit unions;
US: New Orleans lifts ban on night time street preaching.

 
Country/Region: Europe, North America, United Kingdom, United States, Denmark  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #105

UK: Council defends decision to stock extremist books in Woolwich library;
UK: School dinner lady sacked for serving pork to Muslim pupil;
Denmark: Two men assaulted for selling pork to kebab shops;
USA: Court order blocks cross display for public event;
UK: Government asks church to take over thousands of state schools.

 
Country/Region: Europe, United States, North America, United Kingdom, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Syria, France  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #104

UK: Report reveals how British Muslim women are joining the jihad in Syria;
Norwegian woman jailed after reporting rape in Dubai “pardoned”;
US: Atheists threaten to sue schools for refusing to ban Bible distributions;
Violence in France over Islamic veil ban;
UK: Government blocks Islamic free school following extremism claims.

 
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  • 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 5 hours ago

  • “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

  • Pray for a church leader in Sri Lanka, S.S. Johnpillai, who was threatened at gunpoint by attackers who claimed to be Special Forces officers. The minister was in a hut next to his church building in Guadalupe, Trincomolee when, he said, the men “appeared out of nowhere”. The intruders put a gun to Johnpillai’s head and accused him of holding a Communion service in honour of the founder of the Tamil Tigers, the government’s opponents in the country’s long and bloody civil war. The government had that day made it a criminal offence to commemorate the group. The gunmen ignored Johnpillai’s protests that he had not dedicated Communion to the group’s founder, and they threatened to shoot him. Ask the Lord to support and strengthen Johnpillai as he recovers from this terrifying ordeal. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Tue, Apr 2014 00:00

  • Lift up to the Lord persecuted Christians in Sri Lanka, where at least 65 anti-Christian incidents took place during 2013, including repeat attacks on several believers and their property in October 2013. However, a Sri Lankan government minister from a Buddhist nationalist party denied the accounts, saying that they might be “made up”. The minister claimed that Sri Lankans are “one family … trying to live together after a long civil war”. Pray that the Sri Lankan government will recognise the danger that our brothers and sisters face from militant Buddhists and that the authorities will provide effective protection for vulnerable Christians. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Mon, Apr 2014 00:00

  • Condemned Christian mother Aasia Bibi’s final appeal hearing is scheduled to take place tomorrow (14 April) having been deferred twice. She was sentenced to death for blasphemy in November 2010 having been falsely accused of insulting Muhammad following an argument with Muslim co-workers. Aasia has been languishing in jail since the accusation was made in June 2009. Pray that her appeal will finally go ahead and that the judges will have the courage to acquit and release Aasia; there are concerns that they may give in to pressure from hardline Islamists who have been calling for her execution. Pray that Aasia, her husband and children will know the Lord’s peace as they await the verdict. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Sun, Apr 2014 00:00

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