An Islamic extremist in eastern Uganda set his wife on fire and left her for dead last month, after discovering she had converted to Christianity, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. While Christianity is legal in Uganda, former Muslims are increasingly at risk of violent attacks from Islamic extremist relatives and community members.
An evangelical team found a teenager in eastern Uganda to have been locked up and nearly starved to death by his Muslim father because he had become a Christian, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. While Christianity is legal in Uganda, former Muslims who become Christians are vulnerable to attacks by Islamic extremist relatives and community members.
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.
Police in Uganda have announced they were able to prevent a planned bombing attack on hundreds of Christian worshippers at the Lubaga Miracle Centre Cathedral in Kampala on Sunday, AFP/Reuters report.
A Christian evangelist says he has no regrets after Muslim extremists attacked him for teaching on Christ’s divinity at an open-air evangelistic event in eastern Uganda earlier this month, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. At least they heard the Gospel, the preacher said.
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.
A young woman in eastern Uganda was beaten to death by her Muslim husband on July 9, because he discovered she had accepted Christ as her Savior earlier the same day, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. While Christianity is legal in Uganda, former Muslims who put their faith in Christ have been increasingly violently attacked by Islamic relatives and neighbors, enraged that they have left Islam.
Muslim extremists have murdered a young man in eastern Uganda, enraged that he had left Islam and put his faith in Christ two weeks earlier, Morning Star News (MSN) reports.
Islamic extremists in western Uganda hacked a prayer leader to death and severely injured a number of others during a brutal machete attack on the Katikara Anglican Church in Kakumiro District last week, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports. Christianity is legal in Uganda but violent Islamic extremism has taken an increasing hold on the country.
Two brothers in eastern Uganda who recently accepted Christ were severely beaten and then disowned by family members enraged that they had left Islam, Morning Star News (MSN) reports.
Islamic militants linked to the Islamic State terror group have killed at least 40 people at a school in western Uganda, one of the deadliest terrorist attacks to hit the East African nation in years, officials confirmed Saturday.
A newly converted Christian in Uganda was severely beaten and rendered unconscious by Muslim extremists enraged that he refused to renounce Christ and return to Islam, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. Christianity is legal in Uganda but former Muslims who turn to Christ are vulnerable to violent attacks by extremist elements in their former Islamic communities.
A 24-year-old Christian college student in northern Uganda was murdered last month by a suspected radicalized Muslim because he had been sharing the Gospel on his school campus, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. While Christianity is legal in Uganda, Christians, especially evangelists, have been increasingly vulnerable to deadly attacks by radicalized Muslims.
Claiming that this was the way to serve Allah during the month of Ramadan, Islamic jihadists in western Uganda set off a fuel bomb on the premises of a Pentecostal church during a Good Friday service on April 7, Morning Star News (MSN) reported on April 17. Christianity is legal in Uganda, although believers have come under increasing violent attack from radicalized Muslims.
A 42-year-old pastor in eastern Uganda was dragged out of his house and brutally murdered on the street earlier this month by Muslim relatives enraged that he refused to renounce Christ, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. While Christianity is legal in Uganda, former Muslims who turn to Christ are frequently violently attacked by Islamic extremists in their communities or families.
An evangelist in eastern Uganda is recovering after being hospitalized by Islamist extremists enraged that he ostensibly led 37 Muslims to Christ during an extended public debate on Islam and Christianity last month, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. While Christianity is legal in Uganda, followers of Christ – especially former Muslims – have come under intense violent attack by Islamic extremists who seek to prevent the Gospel from being shared in the country.
Forty Christian children in Uganda have been rescued after being kidnapped by Islamists who may have planned to sell them to a militant group in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. The children’s abduction is one of many documented examples of the intense persecution of Christians in Uganda.
An evangelist who led 100 Muslims to Christ following his own recent conversion was murdered by Islamic terrorists who slit his throat after a Christianity v Islam debate in eastern Uganda earlier this month, Morning Star News (MSN) reports.
A pastor in western Uganda is still fighting for his life in hospital, weeks after he and a couple he had recently led to Christ were poisoned by local Islamic extremists, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. Violent attacks by radicalized Islamists against Christians in Uganda are being increasingly reported, although Muslims are a minority group in the country, and Christianity is legal.
Islamic extremists enraged at the preaching of the Gospel sprayed acid in the face of evangelist Pastor Frank Mutabaazi in Kampala, Uganda last month, causing severe burns and almost completely blinding him, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. While Christianity is legal in Uganda, Christians have come under increasing violent attacks from extremists in the minority Muslim population.