US State Department Says Evidence Points To COVID Coming From Wuhan Laboratory, CCP Prevented Transparency
New evidence showing that the coronavirus may have started from laboratory in Wuhan was discovered by the U.S. State Department. The information has indicated that the researchers of the Chinese labor… Ice cream samples in China's Tianjin city were reportedly contaminated by COVID-19, reports say. In spite of the COVID 19 pandemic, more Christians continue to suffer violence because of their faith.
Turkish Authorities Stopped Investigations Regarding The Kidnapping Of Elderly Christians, Report Says
The family of an abducted elderly Christian couple seeks help as the Turkish authorities stopped the investigation over the kidnapping. A report reveals that Open Doors, an organization that supports and aids persecuted Christians worldwide, has some "secret workers" discreetly working to help believers in dangerous places such as Nor…
A baby was reported to have been born with COVID-19 antibodies in Singapore last month. Thousands of people took to the streets in different locations in Argentina on Saturday to protest against a new bill that would decriminalize abortion in the country. A report revealed that Christian persecution got worse all across the world amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite numerous complaints with its blatant message of violence, Twitter still refused to remove the hashtag calling for priests to be burned alive. A former missionary who was appointed as the head of the Uncontacted Tribes Unit in Brazil was removed from his post last week. A mob of Muslims attacked Coptic Christians in Egypt due to an alleged Facebook post from a man who said his account was hacked.
‘Pray That God Is Glorified,’ Says Ministry Leader Who Faces Charges For Launching Bibles Into North Korea
Eric Foley, the CEO of Voice of the Martyrs Korea, is calling on people to pray for more Bibles to be sent into North Korea as he waits for charges for launching Bibles into the socialist nation using balloons.
Suspected Indonesian Terrorists Brutally Murder Four Christians, Burn Down Salvation Army Service Post
Suspected terrorists attacked a Salvation Army service post and brutally murdered four Christians in the remote village of Lemban Tongoa in Sigi Regency, Central Sulawesi on Friday. A spokesman for the Taliban warned that it will resume its war with America if Biden undoes US President Trump's efforts to remove American soldiers from Afghanistan, a report says. A Christian bishop and his wife take the heat of persecution after moving to Israel to minister there.