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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #140 

Country/Region: Europe, United Kingdom, Austria  
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British Muslim women urged to stop relatives joining jihad in Syria;
UK non-Christian claims “absurd”, senior Tories say;
Tony Blair urges Western intervention against Islamic extremism;
Interpol in hunt for Austrian jihadist teenage girls;
UK: Easter eggs seized, girls told to wear veil at “Islamic” school.

 
Country/Region: Europe, United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany, United States, North America  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #139

UK: David Cameron highlights persecuted Christians in Easter speech;
Denmark orders animal stunning, outlawing ritual slaughter methods;
Germany bans charity accused of raising funds for Hezbollah;
UK: Former counter-terrorism chief leads Islamist school takeover probe;
Bombings prompt Muslim bid to combat extremism in US mosques.

 
Country/Region: Europe, North America, United Kingdom, United States, France  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #138

Government minister says UK is “Christian”, atheists should “get over it”;
US: Islamic group gets go-ahead to cut crosses off church;
UK: Birmingham schools Islamic takeover plot “started 20 years ago”;
US: Appeals court upholds NYC ban on worship services in schools;
Terror training in Syria makes attack on UK “inevitable”;
French prison ordered to provide halal meals to Muslims.

 
Country/Region: Europe, United Kingdom, France, New Zealand  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #137

UK: Al-Qaeda praised in assembly; probe into Islamist takeover of schools
Prime Minister orders Muslim Brotherhood UK “terror” probe;
UK: KFC restaurants drop bacon-topped burger in halal-only meat trial;
France to fight roots of terrorism by involving schools, parents;
Christianity on decline in New Zealand;
UK: Jonah re-enactment plans too “religious” for London park.

 
Country/Region: Europe, North America, United Kingdom, United States, France  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #136

British legal chiefs tell solicitors how to draw up sharia wills;
French authorities fail to heed mother’s call over jihadist son;
US: Air Force Academy promotes atheist event after Bible verse removed;
Bank of England may broaden Islamic liquidity tools in boost to sector;
Canada: Petition over gender segregation in state-funded centres and schools.

 
Country/Region: Europe, North America, United Kingdom, United States, Spain, Middle East and North Africa  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #135

UK: Muslim activists trying to “Islamify” schools in Birmingham;
Suspected jihadist recruitment network in Spain dismantled by police;
UK: Charity called “front” for Islamic extremists gets £70,000 in state funding;
US: Air Force Academy removes Bible verse from cadet's whiteboard;
“Hate sermons” broadcast to Middle East from UK-based TV channel.

 
Country/Region: Europe, North America, United Kingdom, United States  
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Operation Nehemiah: News Update #134

British Muslims report would-be jihadist family and friends to police;
Al-Qaeda launches new magazine aimed at Western jihadis;
US: Memorial cross for Christian teen taken down after atheist complaint;
UK: Parents condemn schools’ decision to ban pork, introduce halal meat;
UK: Terror plotter employed at school targeted by Islamic radicals.

 
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    • Heavenly Father, we pray for Kim Jung-Wook, a South Korean Christian who has been sentenced to hard labour for life in North Korea for “spying” and attempting to establish house churches in the country. We thank You that although prosecutors demanded the death penalty, this was commuted, but we pray that Jung-Wook will be sustained by You in his imprisonment and cruel treatment and will soon be released. We pray too for the dozens of North Koreans who were detained after Jung-Wook’s arrest in October on suspicion of helping him, and for the families of any who have already been executed. We pray for political change and religious freedom in North Korea, that it may be made legal to be a Christian and to take part in Christian activity. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed 11 hours ago

    • Two Christian families in Uzbekistan who meet in a private home to read the Bible and pray together have been repeatedly fined and had property confiscated. Alisher Abdullayev and Veniamin Nemirov were originally fined in 2012 for unregistered religious activity and teaching religion “illegally”. They refused on principle to pay, claiming that they had not violated any laws. But earlier this year bailiffs went to their homes and confiscated a car, a mobile phone and household items. The men and their wives were then fined again, ten times the minimum monthly wage. Officers have also raided one of their meetings, filming and harassing those present and seizing religious literature. Pray that the authorities will stop targeting the families and that they will be left alone to study and pray in peace. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Tue, Sep 2014 00:00

    • Leaders imprisoned for up to 60 days and members for up to 45 days; fines, corrective labour or community service: these are the penalties for taking part in religious gatherings in Kazakhstan held without state permission, according to a new criminal code. Those who finance unregistered religious activity will be liable to the same punishments as leaders. In addition, a new Code of Administrative Offences lays down a wide range of penalties for exercising the right to religious freedom. Both codes have been condemned by 119 Kazakh and international human rights groups and individuals. They further tighten controls on religious practice in a context where it is already much restricted. Pray for wisdom and courage for Christians in Kazakhstan as they seek to maintain their worship and witness. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Mon, Sep 2014 00:00

    • Give thanks that 55 Christians, almost all church leaders and converts from Islam, received Bible training at a three-day seminar in Kyrgyzstan that was supported by Barnabas Aid. The participants have virtually no access to Biblical training, and so the studies were a great boost to their faith and ministry. Meeting fellow church leaders, who are all dealing with similar issues, such as isolation and persecution from Muslim relatives and local Muslim communities, was also very encouraging to them and gave them the opportunity to build up a Christian support network. Pray that the Lord will continue to speak to them through the Bible passages they studied at the seminar, and that He will bless their ministries. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Sun, Sep 2014 00:00

    • Christians and other minorities in Burma (Myanmar) are extremely concerned about a proposed religious conversion bill that will require people to seek permission from the authorities before changing religion. It is part of a package of four bills designed to “protect race and religion” in the Buddhist-majority country. The government says it is intended to prevent forced conversions. The draft says that forcing someone to convert would be punishable by a year in prison, while insulting another religion would be punishable by between one and two years in prison. Similar laws in force in several Indian states are used to threaten legitimate evangelism by Christians and as a pretext by Hindu militants to attack Christians, whom they falsely accuse of forcibly converting people. Pray this bill will not become law in Burma. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Sat, Sep 2014 00:00

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