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Pakistan. Muslims of Jehlum City threatened to burn Christian homes like in Lahore.

Muslims of Jehlum City threatened to burn Christian homes like Lahore as Christian protestors against burning of 200 homes in Joseph Colony Badami Bag Lahore too to streets of Jehlum City on March 12, 2013, chanting slogans “Repeal Blasphemy law” “Blasphemy law is Black Law” The Islamists announced on mosque loudspeakers to gather to punishContinue Reading

Libya. Coptic church set ablaze in Benghazi.

Gunmen on Thursday attacked an Egyptian Coptic church in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi and started a fire, witnesses said. “Several armed men arrived firing in the air, started a fire in the church and left,” a resident near the church in central Benghazi told AFP, asking not to be named. An AFP correspondentContinue Reading

Indonesia. Government ordered to shut down the embattled HKBP Church in Bekasi.

Congregation members from the embattled Huria Kristen Batak Protestan Setu Church in Bekasi have refused to dismantle their place of worship after the local government ordered them to shut down last week. “We’re firm, we won’t dismantle the temple of God that we have built,” said Torang Simanjuntak, the pastor at the church known asContinue Reading

Egypt. Christian who died in prison in Libya was buried in his hometown.

An Egyptian Christian who died in prison in Libya after he was detained on suspicion of proselytizing there was buried Wednesday in a subdued ceremony in his hometown in southern Egypt. The priest of the local church, Baqi Sadaqa, told worshippers at the funeral that Ezzat Atallah’s death earlier this week was a “crime againstContinue Reading

Sweden. Two Iranian Christian converts are at risk of being deported to Iran.

Asylum application of two Christian converts in Sweden has been rejected, while they had converted from Islam to Christianity about ten years ago. Converting from Islam to any religion in Iran is considered apostasy and is punishable by death. If these Christians are deported to Iran, there are concerns that they will be treated asContinue Reading

Iran. Revolutionary Court has decided to hold trial of five Christians.

According to news sources, five non-Trinitarian Christians will be tried this week in the Revolutionary Court of Shiraz. The five detainees who are members of the non-Trinitarian group known as “Church of Iran”, are Mohammad Roghangir, Soroush Seraji, Eskandar Rezaei, Shahin Lahouti and Masoud Rezaei. The Revolutionary Court of Fars province has announced their chargesContinue Reading

Pakistan. Rescue Christians provided shelter for more than 11 families. Exclusive on-the-ground report.

Note: All but one of the photos (the one at the very bottom) in this post were provided by our Rescue Christians contact in Pakistan. After Sawan Masih was arrested and charged with blasphemy in Pakistan, an angry Muslim mob – estimated to be about 3000 strong – descended on the Christian area of Joseph Colony (near LaHore) and burnedContinue Reading

Pakistan. A Teenager saved by Rescue Christians speaks. (Video)

When we post information about what Rescue Christians is doing for the persecuted in Pakistan, we do so primarily to encourage people to help us continue our work as well as to inform those who are already contributing, what their contributions are doing. We feel the need to add a third reason – to refute the smearContinue Reading

Mongolia. Eight Christians hired lawyers to defend their rights to freedom of religion.

Eight Christians in Inner Mongolia have hired rights defense lawyers after four of them were held under administrative detention for up to 15 days because they had visited and evangelized a sick person. On Jan. 10, police in Alxa took into custody the eight Christians as they were visiting Sitengbatu in Alateng-aobao township, Alxa RightContinue Reading

North Korea. If the government finds out that you are Christian, you are arrested and taken to a concentration camp.

Following last month’s nuclear test, North Korea is spewing new threats of a first-strike nuclear attack because it claims the United States is pushing to start a nuclear war against the country. This fiery rhetoric comes on the heels of the United Nation’s approval of sweeping sanctions against the isolated nation. Todd Nettleton with VoiceContinue Reading

What makes Rescue Christians different from most others?

Most organizations have a mission for alleviating Christian persecution by predominantly focusing on providing Bibles, evangelizing non-Christians and sending representatives around the world to inform others about persecution.

We are unique from most others in that we focus ALL our efforts on actually saving Christians from being liquidated.