At least 900 Christian churches have been destroyed at the hands of Boko Haram in northern Nigeria, as part of the Islamic radical group's campaign to drive out all Christians from the north, the youth wing of the Christian Association of Nigeria reported.
A Christian was stabbed in Kaduna state, Nigeria, this month just because he was not participating in the annual Ramadan fast.
Last month a Christian was killed in Nigeria after his chat on Facebook ended in an accusation of blasphemy against Islam's controversial prophet.
Street evangelists could be fined and pastors sent to jail under new legislation proposed by the Muslim governor of Kaduna state, Nigeria.
Suicide bombings in two predominantly Christian communities in northeast Nigeria last week left at least 26 dead and dozens more injured.
A Nigerian Muslim who had previously destroyed part of a ministry facility has now filed suit to seize all of its property.
A clergyman in Plateau state, Nigeria, told protestors that during the last 15 years he has conducted more funerals than weddings, according to Morning Star News.
A bishop of the Church of the Brethren in Nigeria said that Boko Haram has killed thousands of his denomination's members, destroyed most of his churches and left many of his pastors without a congregation, according to the Christian Post.
The killing of Christians by Muslim Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria's middle belt has become part of a jihadist movement to both steal the region's natural resources and displace its Christian population.
Mass murder in Plateau State was narrowly averted July 12 after a security guard spotted a bomb at a church's entrance and threw it away just before it exploded.
Last week, Muslims attacked the Winning All Good News Church and St. Michael's Parish of the First African Church Mission, both in Jos, Nigeria.
In reprisal to losing ground to government forces, Islamists belonging to Boko Haram have killed dozens of Christians during 10 violent days in Nigeria's Adamawa state.