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Barnabas weekly newsletter 06 June 2011

Country/Region: United Kingdom, United States, South and East Asia, Middle East and North Africa, Europe, Pakistan, Iran, Uganda, Algeria, Africa, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Iraq, China, Egypt, Syria

Prayer Focus Update – June 2011*

The latest prayer news from Algeria, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Iraq, China, Pakistan, Egypt, Iran, Syria

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Barnabas director invited to take part in high-profile debate

Barnabas Aid’s International Director Dr Patrick Sookhdeo is preparing to take part in a debate, organised by The Spectator, about the threats to Christianity in Britain.

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Latest international news
Five-year jail term for Algerian Christian who shared faith with Muslim

An Algerian Christian has been sentenced to five years in jail after sharing his faith with a Muslim neighbour.

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Algerian authorities are clamping down
on Christians and churches
Family fears for missing Christian woman in Pakistan

The family of a young Christian woman in Pakistan who was allegedly kidnapped by a Muslim man fear that she has been forcibly converted and will be married to her captor.

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A map showing the location of Pakistan

Christian fears over sharia courts bill in Uganda

Ugandan Christian leaders have warned that "life will get worse for non-Muslims" under proposed legislation that would give sharia rulings the force of law.

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Ugandan Christians fear consequences of
Muslim Personal Law bill
House church group cleared by Iranian court

Eleven Iranian Christians who were taken to court because of their involvement in a house church meeting and for taking communion wine have been cleared.

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A map showing the location of Iran

*Due to technical problems, we were unable to send June’s Prayer Focus Update before today. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Latest Operation Nehemiah news
Tower Hamlets petition Queen for “city” status

Lutfur Rahman, the mayor accused of having links with an Islamic extremist organisation, has backed a proposal for Tower Hamlets in London to become its own city.

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East London Mosque, which the Telegraph claims receives regular council funding
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Fifty churches to host Quran readings across America

Churches across the United States are to host readings from the Quran to demonstrate their respect for Muslims.

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Washington National Cathedral, Washington DC
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Christians in the UK are being persecuted - MP

David Simpson MP raised concern over the treatment of Christians in the UK and around the world in a debate on persecution in the House of Commons last week.

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David Simpson MP
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Islamists may continue on Olympic mega-mosque site

Separatist Islamist sect Tablighi Jamaat may continue to use the temporary mosque on the site of their proposed Olympic mega-mosque at West Ham, London, after a Government Planning Inspector overruled the local council’s eviction notice.

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The temporary mosque on the site of the proposed Olympic mega-mosque

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