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Operation Nehemiah: News and Prayer Update #34 

Country/Region: United Kingdom, Europe  
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Grieving Muslim father calls for calm amidst racial tensions;
British politicians and church leaders concerned over nation’s moral decline;
Christians take action after London riots;
Village church ransacked as vandals attack on day of riots;
Christian bookshop at centre of riots saved;
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Country/Region: United Kingdom, Europe  
Church of St Peter and St Paul, Nether Heyford, Northamptonshire, England

Village church ransacked as vandals attack on day of riots

A village church in Northampton was ransacked by vandals on the day riots swept through the nation.

 
Country/Region: United Kingdom, Europe  
Firefighters douse a shop and flats destroyed by arson during the initial rioting in Tottenham, London

British politicians and church leaders concerned over nation’s moral decline

As Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron announced this week , tackling the "broken society" is back at the top of his agenda following the recent riots.

 
Country/Region: United Kingdom, Europe  
Hundreds of local people help in the post-riot clear-up at Clapham Junction, London

Christians take action after London riots

Churches across London have taken action following the recent riots that caused destruction in many of the capital's suburbs.

 
Country/Region: United Kingdom, Europe  
Harroon Jahan’s father, Tariq, with a picture of his son

Grieving Muslim father calls for calm amidst racial tensions

A Muslim father whose son was one of three Pakistani men run down and killed during the riots in Birmingham has been praised after calling upon his community to stay calm and refrain from engaging in violent reprisals.

 
Country/Region: United Kingdom, Europe  
The Cornerstone Bookshop, Lavender Hill, London after the riots

Christian bookshop at centre of riots saved

A Christian bookshop threatened in the riots in London last week has been miraculously protected.

 
Country/Region: United Kingdom, United States, Belgium  
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Operation Nehemiah: News and Prayer Update #33

A Muslim extremist jailed for soliciting murder of MPs in UK;
US church websites hacked to post appeal for conversion to Islam;
Palm cross van driver suspended in UK;
Belgium bans full-face veil;
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    • Almighty God, we pray that You will protect Your people in the Holy Land. We pray especially for the congregation of a church in Gaza City, whose church compound was attacked with a small explosive device on 26 February. We give You thanks that the church, school, nursery and pastor’s house were undamaged and that a fi re that was lit under the pastor’s car was extinguished when Christians came outside to investigate. We pray that the congregation may stand firm for You in the face of the threatening message that was written on the wall facing the church gate: “We’ll get you soon, O worshippers of the cross.” We ask that there will be no further attempt to attack this church or others in the area. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed 17 hours ago

    • Taliban militants attempted to attack a Christian-run day-care centre in Kabul, Afghanistan, on 28 March, saying it was “a church used to convert Muslims to Christianity”. The attackers mistakenly targeted the next-door building, which houses workers on an agricultural and de-mining project, instead; two Afghan civilians, one a young girl, died in the crossfi re. All five Taliban bombers were also killed in the raid on the heavily-secured compound. The day-care centre that they were attempting to target, which is used by expatriates, is said to hold Christian worship services on certain days. Ask the Lord to change the hearts of those who plan and carry out terrorist attacks against Christians and other targets in Afghanistan; pray that they will turn instead to Him. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Wed, Jul 2014 00:00

    • “He was always a light for Christ and he had a love and commitment that he expressed for the Afghan people because of that love for Christ.” The widow of Dr Jerry Umanos, an American doctor who was shot dead at the Christian-run hospital where he worked in Kabul, Afghanistan, spoke of her husband’s faith and ministry. Two visiting American Christians, father and son Gary and John Gabel, were also killed on 24 April when an Afghan security guard opened fire on the staff he was meant to be protecting. Pray for comfort for the grieving families of the three men, and ask the Lord to safeguard the future of the hospital, which provides much-needed medical care and also trains Afghan doctors and nurses. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Tue, Jul 2014 00:00

    • “We ask all Christians and members of other faiths to reconsider their own beliefs and join Hinduism.” Krishna Hari Baskota, secretary at the Office of the Prime Minister in Nepal, was speaking about the application process for a new identity card that will show citizens’ religious affiliation. Christians and members of other minorities will be subjected to greater scrutiny before obtaining the official documents and will be asked to reiterate their faith. One Christian rights activist said that the government is trying to discourage people from converting from Hinduism. Pray that the Nepalese authorities will not discriminate against Christians but will treat them on equal terms with the Hindu majority. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Mon, Jul 2014 00:00

    • Lift up to the Lord a group of Christians in Pali village, Jharkhand state, India, who were attacked by Hindu extremists on two consecutive days in an effort to force them to convert to Hinduism. On 4 March, the offenders stormed into the home of Pastor Tilas Bedia, beat the Christians present and threatened to kill them if they continued to follow Christ. The following morning, a mob dragged 15 Christians from their homes, told them to convert back to Hinduism and beat them. The pastor and two others were paraded half-naked to the outskirts of the village. Adding insult to injury, a case of forcible conversion was subsequently registered against the pastor and three other Christians. Pray that the Lord will give them all the strength to stand firm in the face of such opposition. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Sun, Jul 2014 00:00

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