By BosNewsLife News Center in Budapest BUDAPEST, HUNGARY (BosNewsLife)-- Triumphs amid trials marked BosNewsLife's November 4-November 10 newsweek with a Pakistani evangelist managing to distribute Bibles in areas hit by reported Islamic violence, the Middle East's largest Christian community embracing a new leader, while in Africa Christians died in attacks.
>Hungary has Europe's "most restrictive" church registration law >Concerns over Western countries Britain, Spain, Netherlands By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife AMSTERDAM/BUDAPEST (BosNewsLife)-- At least 200 million Christians suffer discrimination and persecution worldwide, including even in European Union countries such as Hungary, which now has Europe's "most restrictive" church registration law, according to a new report obtained by BosNewsLife Thursday, October 18.
By BosNewsLife Africa Service ABUJA, NIGERIA (BosNewsLife)-- Suspected Islamic militants attacked a Christian worship service in in northern Nigeria Sunday, April 29, killing over a dozen people and injuring many others, an evangelist told BosNewsLife from the region.
By BosNewsLife Africa Service ABUJA, NIGERIA (BosNewsLife)-- Nigeria's government came under pressure Friday, March 6, to set up an independent commission investigating deadly attacks against Christians by Muslim extremists, while elsewhere in Africa, in Kenya, an evangelical church expressed concerns over Muslim militants.
By BosNewsLife Africa Service NAIROBI, KENYA (BosNewslife)-- Christians in Kenya were mourning Friday, February 8, the death of two Somali pastors who were reportedly murdered by suspected Islamic militants. Abdi Weli and another unidentified Christian were shot dead in a main market of the eastern city Garissa late Wednesday, February 7, local Christians and rights activists told BosNewsLife.
(ADDS RISING DEATH TOLL AND INJURIES, DETAILS) By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife with BosNewsLife's Africa Service NAIROBI, KENYA (BosNewsLife)-- At least 17 people died and over 60 were injured when suspected Islamic militants threw grenades and opened fire in two churches in northeastern Kenya, authorities said Sunday, July 1.