Nigeria: Fulani herdsmen slaughter villagers in Kaduna state

Radicalized Islamic Fulani herdsmen murdered three more villagers in Nigeria’s Kaduna state in an ongoing campaign of land grabbing, murder, kidnapping, rape, and displacement across northern Nigeria and parts of the south, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports. Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria have murdered and committed other atrocities against tens of thousands of Christians, particularly since northern Nigerian states declared themselves under Islamic Sharia law in 1999.

Nigeria: Fulani herdsmen continue slaughter of Christians

Radicalized Fulani Muslim herdsmen continue a years-long genocidal slaughter of Christians in Nigeria: on September 20, herdsmen attacked a village in Nasarawa state, killing one Christian and wounding three others, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. With well over 50,000 Christians murdered by Islamic militants since 2009, Nigeria was recently described by the US Commission on International Religious Freedom as a “killing field” for Christians.

Mozambique: 11 Christians murdered by Islamic State-affiliated terrorists, “only prayer can sustain us”

Terrorists affiliated with Islamic State murdered 11 Christians in an attack on Cabo Delgado province, Mozambique last week, Aid the Church in Need (ACN) reports. The killings come amid relentless violence in Cabo Delgado and the neighboring province of Niassa, which has led to the deaths of around 5,000 people and the internal displacement of some 1 million others.

Uganda: Evangelist murdered after leading Muslims to Christ

A 33-year old evangelist was beaten to death by Islamic extremists in eastern Uganda, right after he led Muslims to faith in Christ at a Gospel event on September 6, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. The killing was the latest of numerous acts of deadly violence committed against Christians in Uganda by Islamic extremists.

Nigeria: Pastor of Evangelical church and two other Christians kidnapped in Plateau state

The pastor and two other members of the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) in Nigeria’s Plateau State were kidnapped last week by armed terrorists, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. Plagued by Islamic terror groups who have murdered, kidnapped, and displaced tens of thousands of Christians since 2009, Nigeria ranks 6th on the US Open Doors World Watch List 2023 of the top 50 countries where Christians are persecuted.

Nigeria: Fulani terrorists murder 37 Christians in Plateau state, “the siege against Christian communities continues without abating”

Fulani herdsmen murdered 37 Christians in Nigeria’s Plateaus State during a spate of attacks carried out over the last five weeks, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. Nigeria ranked number one in the world last year for the number of Christians killed because of their faith (5,014), according to the US Open Doors international Christian advocacy organization.

Nigeria: Islamic terrorists kill two Christians, kidnap six in Taraba state

Islamic terrorists murdered two Christians and kidnapped six others in Nigeria’s Taraba state on Sunday, as the years-long genocidal onslaught on Nigerian Christians by Muslim extremists continues unabated, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. With well over 50,000 Christians murdered since 2009, rights groups, US Open Doors, have ranked Nigeria number one in the world for Christians killed on account of their faith.

Nigeria Seminarian Burned To Death; Others Kidnapped

A Catholic seminarian in Nigeria was killed after the rectory where he stayed was set on fire in a kidnapping attempt by Islamist Fulani Militants, a day after another seminarian and his father were abducted, Christians confirmed Friday.

Nigeria: More than 1,000 Christians murdered by Islamic militants in 2023

The International Christian Concern (ICC) international aid advocacy organization reports that over 1,000 Christians have been murdered by Islamic militant extremists in Nigeria so far this year. The killings were carried out by Fulani herdsmen, and the Boko Haram and Islamic State West Africa terror groups.

DRC: 48 people killed during anti-UN protest in church

Soldiers in the Democratic Republic of Congo killed 48 civilians when they opened fire on a peaceful anti-United Nations protest being held at a church in Goma, North Kivu province on Wednesday, the Christian Post (CP) reports.

Nigeria: Christians murdered, abducted in Kaduna state

Christians in Nigeria’s Kaduna state continue to face extremely violent persecution as Islamic terrorists murdered a Christian woman on August 9, shot a Baptist pastor dead on August 23, and kidnapped two Anglican brothers on August 25, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. Nigeria ranks number one in the world for the number of Christians murdered (5,014 last year) and kidnapped (4,726 last year), according to data collected by the US Open Doors International Christian advocacy organization.

Eight Nigerian Christian Youth Kidnapped

Eight members of Nigeria’s National Youth Service Corps (NYCS) who are believed to be Christians have been abducted by suspected Islamic gunmen in the country’s northwestern Zamfara State, several sources said Tuesday.

Nigeria: 21 villagers murdered by Islamic militants in Plateau state

Suspected Islamic Fulani extremists murdered 21 people during an attack in northern Nigeria’s Plateau state last week, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports. Islamic extremists, including radicalized Fulani herdsmen and members of the Boko Haram and Islamic State West Africa terror groups, have murdered over 52,000 Christians in Nigeria since 2015.

Uganda: Pastor beaten unconscious for comparing Jesus and Mohammed at funeral

Extremist Muslims in eastern Uganda beat a pastor unconscious as he officiated at the funeral of a Christian convert and used the occasion to compare Jesus Christ with the Islamic prophet Mohammed, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. While Christianity is legal in Uganda, Christians have come under increasing violent attack from radicalized Muslims on account of their faith and for sharing the Gospel.

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