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Barnabas persecution update 14 June 2012

Country/Region: Middle East and North Africa, United Kingdom, Europe, Africa, Syria, Nigeria, Cuba, United States, Iran, Eritrea, Israel, Holy Land

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Christian women from Eritrea are considered worse than animals by these Muslim traffickers who don’t have any qualms about abusing or even killing them.
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Barnabas Fund is helping Christian women from Eritrea who have suffered horrendous physical and sexual abuse at the hands of people traffickers in their desperate flight from persecution.

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“S” was left permanently disabled
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Thousands of Christians flee Syrian city amid “ultimatum” reports

Thousands of Christians have fled the besieged Syrian city of Qusayr after reportedly being given an ultimatum to leave by an opposition military chief there, a threat echoed by the mosques.

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Qusayr has been heavily damaged
in the fighting
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Boko Haram declares Christians “enemies”, vows more church attacks

Militant Islamist group Boko Haram has said that it will continue targeting churches in Nigeria until it establishes an Islamic state, after committing two further attacks on Sunday.

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Suicide bombers in cars are targeting Nigerian churches
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Farsi-speaking church closed in Iran; further shutdowns feared

The closure of a Farsi-speaking church in Tehran has sparked fears of a pending wave of church shutdowns across Iran.

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A map showing the location of Iran
 
Cuban church leaders call for international response to persecution

Cuban church leaders have called on the US government to put their country on its list of the world’s worst violators of religious freedom amid a sharp increase in the number of incidents.

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Cuban church leaders addressed
members of the US Congress
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