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Friday, September 26, 2014

Islamic Extremists Kill at Least 10 Christians in Plateau State, Nigeria

Prophecy Sign:  Increasing global Christian persecution


In much of the world, being a Christian could cost you your life or result in imprisonment.  This will continue to be the case going forward and will only get worse as we approach the coming Tribulation period.

You will be hated by everyone because of me, but the one who stands firm to the end will be saved. Matthew 10:22 NIV

Islamic Extremists Kill at Least 10 Christians in Plateau State, Nigeria
Ethnic Fulani gunmen shouting the jihadist chant “Allahu Akbar” attacked three villages in Nigeria’s Plateau state this month, burning down a church building and killing at least 10 Christians, sources said. Heavily-armed Fulani Muslim extremists on Sept. 14 attacked the Bokkos area, shooting five members of the Church of Christ in Nations (COCIN) in their homes in Mbar and burning down 15 houses and an Assemblies of God church building, said the Rev. Manasseh Duwong of the COCIN congregation in Mbar. “They were shouting, ‘Allahu Akbar [God is greater]’ and also saying, ‘We must wipe out these infidel Christians today,’” Duwong told Morning Star News in Mbar.
http://morningstarnews.org/2014/09/islamic-extremists-kill-at-least-10-christians-in-plateau-state-nigeria/


100 Christians, Including Children, Arrested During Major House Church Raid in China
Over 100 Christians, including children, were arrested during a major house church raid on Sunday in Foshan city in China's Guangdong Province. Close to 200 police officers stormed in during the service, eyewitnesses said, believed to be part of a large-scale crackdown on Christians in the country. "We don't know exactly why they raided our church," a local believer told watchdog group International Christian Concern, which has been keeping track of the rising tide of persecution in China. "The government does not want us to get together and worship as a church." Worshipers said that the church was raided without any warning, and that police only left behind a notice stating that people were detained for an "illegal gathering." More than 30 parishioners reportedly still remain in custody.

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