International Christian Concern (ICC)

· Over 1,000 Christians in India Protest Arrest of Two Christians Accused of Black Magic
ICC Note: Over 1,000 Christians in India protested the arrest of two Christians accused practicing black magic. According to the Christians, the two men were not engaging in black magic but were just praying. Hindu extremists in India often falsely accused Christians of crimes as a way to persecute the minority community. Most common, Hindu…

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· NEWS | Pope Neglects to Speak of Religious Freedom in First Interview on China
  An exclusive published by Hong Kong's Asia Times has the Pope expressing his admiration for China in his first ever interview on China. He failed to mention a single thing regarding Chinese persecution of Christians and the lack of religious freedom in the Communist nation. With the increased crackdown of the church in China,…

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· Christian Leaders Horrified by Assault in Tamil Nadu, India
Indian Government Remains Unwilling to Protect Religious Minorities  2/5/2016 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) was greatly concerned to learn of a priest and three Christian church officials who were hospitalized after being attacked, beaten, and dragged by a mob of 35 alleged Hindu radicals in the village of Ettimadai in…

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· Al Shabaab Kills Christians in Raid on Village in Coastal Kenya
ICC Note: In the early morning hours of January 31, extremists from the group Al Shabaab carried out an attack on Maporomoko village in coastal Kenya. Reports indicate that of the four people killed in the attack, two were shot, one was beheaded, and one was killed when his house was set on fire. The…

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· Christian and Muslim Leaders Call for Peace in Cameroon
ICC Note: Following a spree of attacks at the hands of radical Islamic group Boko Haram, Christian and Muslim leaders in Cameroon are uniting for peace. On January 21, multiple religious leaders of both faiths gathered to call for and discuss the peaceful coexistence among religious groups. Boko Haram, who seeks to enforce Islamic law…

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· A Self-governed Kurdish Region would Kill Christianity in Syria According to Assyrian Expert
ICC NOTE: According to a the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) a U.S. envoy met with Kurdish leaders in northern Syria and said they have a "right" to an autonomous region. The region in which they spoke of is a region that has been historically Assyrian as all 39 Assyrian villages within Syria. Retired…

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· Low Caste Christians Plan March in India to Demand Equal Rights
ICC Note: Christians from India's lowest caste, called Dalits, are planning to hold a march on March 10 to demand equal rights. The government of India has given special rights and benefits to Dalits from Hindu, Buddhist, and Sikh backgrounds, but have denied these rights and privileges to Dalits for Christian and Muslim backgrounds. Many…

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· Christian Man in Pakistan Tortured by Coworkers Attempting to Convert Him to Islam
ICC Note: According to reports, a Christian man from Multan was mentally tortured by his Muslim coworkers who were attempted to forcefully convert him to Islam. The torture was so bad that the Christian man even considered suicide. The issue of forced conversion to Islam in Pakistan remains among of the of top issues faced…

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· Is Revival Beginning to Take Form in China’s Government Controlled Church?
ICC NOTE: Is revival beginning to take shape in China's government registered church? That is what seems to be occurring according to an exclusive by Christian Broadcast News (CBN) as they traveled to the Communist nation. China has two separate churches. There is the Three-Self Patriotic Movement (TSPM) which is the government approved registered congregations…

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· 1 Year Later No Justice for Christian Missionaries Brutally Raped and Murdered by Burmese Army
ICC NOTE: One year ago two Kachin Christian missionaries aged 20 and 21 were brutally raped and murdered by the Burmese military. There bodies were found mutilated in Kaung Kha village, Shan State with evidence of military involvement as they were in a region occupied by the Burmese army. No charges or any real form of…

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