Against The Persecution of an Evil The Godly Have no Remedy but Prayer
Posted by addisethiopia on March 16, 2013
Back in February, 53 Ethiopian Christians were arrested in Saudi Arabia for holding prayer meeting in a Private Home. Many Ethiopians are still languishing in notorious prisons of Satan Arabia — and the world is silent.
Egyptian Christians ‘Tortured by Libyan Militia’
Dozens of Coptic Christians were tortured inside a detention centre run by a powerful militia in eastern Libya, two of the recently released detainees have claimed said amid a wave of assaults targeting Christians in Benghazi and the latest instance of alleged abuse by Libyan security forces.
“They first checked our wrists searching for the crosses and if they found them, we (had to) get into their cars“
Sudan Security Systematically Targeting Nuba Christians
“According to HUDO’s observation, it is clear that the systematic campaign of the government [of Sudan] is part of a plan targeting the native Nubians. Even the timing is arranged to destroy all institutions that gather Nubians either religious or social as the beginning of implementing the Univision (single Islamic Arabian), denial of Nubian Christians’ religion rights and Nuba people’s rights to practice their culture or social activities.
Christian Persecution Escapes Attention
What does it say about our world when the election of a new Pope becomes front and centre in the media while the wiping out of an entire Christian neighbourhood, razed to the ground by a Muslim mob, gets little or no coverage?
The persecution of Pakistan’s Christians always takes a familiar route — allegations by a Muslim against a Christian who is accused of ‘insulting Prophet Muhammad’. Predictably, all hell breaks loose and invariably innocent Christians lose their lives, liberty and property.
Almighty God and Creator, You are the Father of all people on the earth. Guide, I pray, all the nations and their leaders in the ways of justice and peace. Protect us from the evils of injustice, prejudice, exploitation, conflict and war. Help us to put away mistrust, bitterness and hatred. Teach us to cease the storing and using of implements of war. Lead us to find peace, respect and freedom. Unite us in the making and sharing of tools of peace against ignorance, poverty, disease and oppression. Grant that we may grow in harmony and friendship as brothers and sisters created in Your image, to Your honor and praise. Amen