(Worthy News) - Two dozen Christians in Vietnam were recently attacked by a mob for their faith.
The incident happened in the north-western highlands of the country when members of an ethnic group known as Hmong decided to accept Jesus Christ.
Their conversion provoked the village chief who threatened to expel the believers from the community if they didn't renounce their new-found faith.
The Hmong Christians refused to recant, prompting a mob to attack them. According to the Vietnam Committee on Human Rights (VCHR), four of the Christians were hospitalized with injuries to the head and arms. [ Source: CBN News (Read More...) ]
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