International Persecution of Christians
Repression Widespread in China, 5 Other Countries (AP; Oct. 8, 2002) - "...engage
in widespread repression of religion, seeing religious worship as a threat to the dominant
ideology." --State Department
March 22, 2000
The heavens surely weep at how the U.S. which is supposed to be the world's bastion of freedom
is turning a blind eye to the atrocities being committed by the Chinese and other tyrannical
governments -- all in the name of "engagement" so that through such
"friendships" those dictatorial leaders might change their ways -- when in reality the
only thing that is happening is the international merchants are becoming filthy rich and the cries
of the saints are being ignored. But God will not let such cries go forever unheard. If the salt
loses its savor, it is thenceforth good for nothing but to be trodden under feet. God will start
anew with another people -- the remnant who awake and put on strength to redeem Zion.
Sterling D. Allan
© 2000 Greater Things
Blood Cries Out -- Paul Marshall, Lela Gilbert; Paperback.
Today more than 200 million Christians around the world suffer imprisonment,
abuse and even death because of their faith. Yet most Americans never hear their stories. In Their
Blood Cries Out, Paul Marshall reveals the reality of this present-day persecution,
revealing what we can do to help these brothers and sisters in Christ.
- Death penalty in Pakistan for Christian activities
- Voice of the Martyrs -- Persecution.com
A global perspective on persecution of God's Children. Offers a free
newsletter in print.
- International Christian Concern --
For Religious Liberty And For Assisting Believers Persecuted For Their Faith
- Persecution of
Christians Around the World
A Voice of the Martyrs Special Report, country by county, from Afganistan to Yemen.
- Their Blood Cries Out:
The Untold Story of Persecution Against Christians in the Modern World
Book by Paul Marshal & Lela Gilbert, "a towering exposition of the history, causes,
and facts of today's anti-Christian pogroms." (abstract online)
- Blood in the Fields
Today's News Reports on Persecuted Christians
- WorldNetDaily reports:
Communist Vietnamese persecution of the Christian, anticommunist Hmong tribes of Indochina
Among the most Christianized of the hill tribes in Southeast Asia, the Hmong
have been the object of great persecution by both the Stalinist government of Laos and the
Communist government of Vietnam. But their biggest betrayal of all is still coming -- from
the United States government and the United Nations.
behind Christian persecution in S.E. Asia (3/22/00)
Communist superpower directs crackdowns in Laos, Vietnam, Burma
'Reds' in the black (2/14/00)
Southeast Asian army boasts $600 million in annual profits
Vietnam's military has made rapid and bold moves both to fill its coffers and
to consolidate its power over the masses.
Rubin's white lies and damned lies (12/14/00)
Reporter responds to latest State Department whitewash of Hmong genocide
- James Dobson's Focus on the Family
Persecution of Christians -- Report by by Perry L. Glanzer of James Dobson's Focus on
the Family (3/1/98)
Christians today are the most persecuted religious group in the world,
and persecution has intensified during the past few years. Torture, enslavement, rape,
imprisonment, killings ... even crucifixions are among the atrocities perpetrated upon
believers around the world, much of them stemming from two ideologies that prevail
internationally: communism and militant, politicized Islam.
- Human-Rights Abuses And
Persecution of Christians In China
By: Dr. James Dobson ,Focus on the Family , September 1997
More Christians have been martyred in this century than in the previous 19
- Documenting the Persecution of Christians
in the Islamic World
Foundational papers on persecution and adversity; specific incidents chronicled.
- Persecution of Eastern Christians Under
Islam Through History
- Persecuted Christians in China Need Bibles --
Ministry to "send God's word"
- China's Persecution of Christians: a
Closer Look -- Family Research Council ('97)
The regime in Beijing has increased the brutal efficiency with which it
suppresses religious liberty and internal dissent. A synopsis of abuses.
- Saudis Top Worldwide
Persecution of Christians (3/99)
closely followed by Sudan (South) and Sudan (North), then Somalia, Yemen, North Korea, Laos,
Vietnam, China, and the tiny Islamic kingdom of Brunei in tenth place.
- A Jew Battles
Persecution of Christians -- USA Engage (10/9/97)
Summary: "Jews will call me and say, 'What are you doing
consorting with the enemy?' "Then I'll get a call from the Jews for Jesus saying, 'When can
we sign you up?' "I came to see the blindness and bigotry of the establishment about
Christians," he says."
- International Christian Concern
For Religious Liberty and for Assisting Believers Persecuted for Their Faith
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