October 30, 2012

Christians Persecuted Worldwide

Rupert Shortt, Daily Telegraph

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The latest bombing in Nigeria shows how Christians are increasingly suffering for their faith – and how their plight is being ignored.

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TAGGED: Egypt, Africa, Nigeria, Christians

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