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75 out of every 100 Victims of Religious Intolerance are Christian

Discussion in 'Christian Persecution' started by seashale76, Mar 27, 2011.

  1. seashale76

    seashale76 Orthodox Christian

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    March 25, 2011 Fr. Johannes Jacobse

    Read the rest of the article here: 75 out of every 100 Victims of Religious Intolerance are Christian - AOI Observer

    Please pray!
     
  2. Randy_R

    Randy_R Citizen of Gods Kingdom

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    Except in the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave where it's usually against Muslims.
     
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    seashale76 Orthodox Christian

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    This thread isn't about the US, as you would know if you read the article.

    Please pray for your fellow believers who are persecuted.
     
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    Randy_R Citizen of Gods Kingdom

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    I pray for people of faith in every country to have the freedom to practice their religion without being persecuted. I pray that for every country, including America.
     
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    That's nice. I also pray for the health and salvation of everyone- including non-believers. This board isn't about that though- it has a much more specific focus.