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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2012 8:35 am 
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I've just read the bookabout the plight of this women in Pakistan and have found that I can try and help by signing this petition and hope that all of you who see this will sign it too . There is also another site where we can help as well www.be-a-voice.net .

Dear Friends:

Asia Bibi is a Christian wife and mother awaiting execution in a Pakistani prison. She was accused by Muslim coworkers of blasphemy. More than 150,000 Christians in Pakistan signed a petition protesting the injustice against Asia and other Christians in their nation. Now there's a way for people around the world to add their voices to those Pakistani voices, through an online petition at www.CallForMercy.com.

I just signed the petition, and I hope that you'll click on the link and sign as well. As of today, 649,319 people have signed. The goal is to have one million signatures to deliver to the Pakistani Embassy in Washington DC.

Please add your name and speak out on behalf of Asia Bibi.

Sincerely,

Les Keane


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2013 10:02 am 
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PHILIPPINES June 19, 2013
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On the morning of June 1, hundreds of Muslim rebels attacked three Christian villages, launching mortars and shooting randomly. Village officials also reported seeing the rebels steal cattle.

About 160 Christians fled the area, leaving their belongings behind.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 27, 2013 2:50 pm 
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Asia Bibi was transferred to a new prison in June, leaving her five hours away from her family. She was previously only an hour away. ...


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NEW PRAYER BULLETIN: TAJIKISTAN CHRISTIAN July 10, 2013
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A new Prayer Bulletin entitled "Tajikistan Christian" has been added.

Nadia, a Christian convert in Tajikistan, is experiencing severe persecution from her Muslim family members. Nadia converted from Islam to Christianity in 2011. When her mother found out, she beat Nadia, burned her Bible and tore her clothing. Nadia tried to run away, but her brothers found her. They shaved her hair, gave her a public beating and locked her in their house. When she ran away, they caught her again. ...


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NEW PRISONER ALERT FACTSHEET: WENXI LI July 19, 2013
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A new Prisoner Fact Sheet entitled "Wenxi Li" has been added.

A Christian bookstore employee, Wenxi Li, and another man associated with the bookstore, Lacheng Ren, were arrested and sentenced to prison terms for their role in the Enyu Bookstore in Taiyuan. On June 17, 2013, Wenxi Li was sentenced to two years in prison by the court of Xiaodian district of Taiyuan in central China.

In December 2012, Wenxi Li, a book store worker in Beijing, traveled to Shanxi province to help local Christians there open a new book store in the capital city of Taiyuan. But police raided the new business, Enyu Bookstore, and confiscated hundreds of books that Wenxi had brought with him from Beijing.

According to the South China Morning Post, one security worker allegedly shouted at Wenxi and his co-workers, “Don’t you dare bring Christian culture here. This is our turf.”


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NEW PRAYER BULLETIN: EGYPT UPRISINGS July 24, 2013
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A new Prayer Bulletin entitled "Egypt Uprisings" has been added.

The bloodshed in Egypt continues following former President Mohammad Morsi's removal from office on July 3 by the Egyptian military. Members of the Muslim Brotherhood are lashing out at Christians, apparently blaming them for the military's actions against Morsi.

On July 6, the Reverend Mina Abboud Sharoubeam was killed by gunmen on a motorcycle as he left his Coptic Christian church in the Al Masaeed area of Arish in Sinai, a VOM worker reported. ...


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NEW PRAYER BULLETIN: VIETNAM BELIEVERS July 31, 2013
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A new Prayer Bulletin entitled "Vietnam Believers" has been added.

A young couple who accepted Christ last month have been beaten and threatened by officials, according to a VOM worker. Local authorities hit the wife on the face with a stick and threatened to take the couple's land and home if they refuse to renounce Christianity and return to Buddhism. ...


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NEW PRISONER ALERT FACTSHEET: MOSTAFA MOHAMMAD BORDBAR August 12, 2013
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A new Prisoner Fact Sheet entitled "Mostafa Mohammad Bordbar" has been added.

Christian convert from Islam Mohammad-Hadi Bordbar, known as Mostafa, was sentenced to ten years in prison for being a part of an “anti-security organization” and “gathering with intent to commit crimes against Iranian national security” on July 31. Mostafa was arrested on December 27, 2012 along with 50 other Iranian Christian converts who were celebrating Christmas in Tehran. They were detained and interrogated for hours before most of the group was released. Mohammed and an Armenian Christian pastor, Vruir Avanesian, were arrested.

Before his sentencing, Mostafa’s family offered up the deed to their home in Rasht as bail, but the court refused to accept it because it is in a different county. He remained in Evin prison.

Mostafa Bordbar was first arrested in 2009 in his hometown of Rasht for converting to Christianity and attending a house church. ...


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NEW PRAYER BULLETIN: PHILIPPINE VILLAGES August 21, 2013
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A new Prayer Bulletin entitled "Philippine Villages" has been added.

Two Christian villages were raided on July 29 and 31 in Mindanao by the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF).

Villagers report that over 70 armed men reached the villages by driving large boats up nearby irrigation canals. They began firing their weapons and ordering everyone out of their houses. ...


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NEW PRAYER BULLETIN: BURMA (MYANMAR) October 30, 2013
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A new Prayer Bulletin entitled "Burma (Myanmar)" has been added.

Three men, including an assistant pastor, were killed in northern Kachin state last month after being detained by soldiers, according to Kachin Baptist Convention (KBC) officials.

Assistant Pastor Hkaw Duk and the two other men were killed sometime after being detained in their village in early September. ...


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NEW PRAYER BULLETIN: VILLAGE ATTACK IN NIGERIA March 05, 2014
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A new Prayer Bulletin entitled "Village Attack in Nigeria" has been added.

Members of the Islamist terrorist group Boko Haram attacked the Christian village of Izghe, in Borno state, on Feb. 15, killing 106 residents. They also looted businesses and stole residents' vehicles.

Nearly 100 members of Boko Haram, which seeks to eradicate Christianity from Nigeria and establish Sharia law, entered Izghe on trucks and motorcycles, witness Ali Ndume reported to the BBC. They shot and hacked to death male residents who had gathered in the town square. ...


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