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Barnabas weekly newsletter 26 April 2012

Country/Region: Middle East and North Africa, South and East Asia, South Sudan, Sudan, Indonesia, Jordan, Lao, People's Democratic Republic, Iran

Latest international news
Bible school and church torched in Sudan as threat of war with South Sudan looms

A church and Bible school in Sudan have been torched by an Islamist mob as the country moves closer to an all-out war with the mainly Christian South Sudan.

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Christians in Sudan and South Sudan
are facing another war
Christians in Laos defy church closure order

A group of Laotian Christians are standing up for religious freedom in the country by resisting the closure of their church building, which was among four confiscated by the authorities in one district.

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The Communist government of Laos
sees Christianity as a threat
Jordanian parliament moves to ban Muslim Brotherhood’s political party

The Jordanian parliament has voted to ban the establishment of any political party on a “religious basis” in a move that would block the Muslim Brotherhood from running in upcoming elections.

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Jordan’s King Abdullah
has restrained the influence of Islamists
World Economic Forum / CC BY-SA 2.0
Islamists block persecuted Indonesian church from holding service

Another Indonesian church whose building has been unlawfully sealed off by the authorities was met with violent opposition from Islamists as it attempted to stage an outdoor service.

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The Indonesian Supreme Court
has ruled in favour of the church 
Monuments destroyed in bid to wipe out Iran’s Christian heritage

Historical Christian monuments in Iran are being destroyed or allowed to fall into a state of decay in what appears to be an attempt by the authorities to wipe out the country’s Christian heritage.

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The Church of St Andrew
was bulldozed overnight
Image: www.mohabatnews.com

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