May 20, 2020, Christians from Egypt full of despair, show up discouraged due to their church being demolished. From the bottom of their heart, they are in need of prayer. China has replaced its promise of "one country, two systems" with "one country, one system" in Hong Kong. With the North Korean government still not confirming a coronavirus outbreak and insisting that there has not been a single confirmed case, no foreigners are allowed in and no North Korean citizens ar… United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has notified the US Congress on Wednesday that the Trump administration no longer regards that Hong Kong enjoys the autonomy promised by Beijing. Christian Today recently introduced the story of a woman who miraculously survived from deadly coronavirus after a near-death experience in ICU. She testified it was by the power of God and prayers fr…
Massive Leaks of Offshore Financial Transactions Expose Global Network of Illegal Transactions and Crime
Over 11 million documents were leaked from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca disclosing hidden financial dealings of over 214,000 entities in about 200 countries and territories. Syrian Christian town of al-Qaryatain has been taken back from Islamic State, following a few days of intense battle between the militant nation and the Syrian troops aided by Russian airstrikes. A congressional committee asked President Barack Obama to confront Chinese President Xi Jinping on the worsening human rights situation, including imprisonment of Nobel Laureate Liu Xiaobo, during his US visit last week. A Malaysian man who had been trying for years to formally convert from Islam to Christianity has finally been allowed to officially be registered as a Christian. Bangladesh High Court rejected the petition seeking to drop Islam as the nation’s official religion in favor of a formal secular status.
Pakistani Christians to Protest in London Calling for Protection of Religious Minorities in Pakistan
The British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA) plans to organize a protest in London on April 2 to call upon the world governments to protect religious minorities in Pakistan, after a suicide bombing attack on killed 72 on Easter Sunday. Pakistan agreed to the demands of protesters to not change the blasphemy laws of the country, after they staged a four-day protests in the nation’s capital Islamabad. A suicide bomber killed at least 72 people and injured more than 320 at a children’s park in Lahore, Pakistan. Most of the crowd present at the park were Christians celebrating the Easter. The House of Lords in the UK Parliament rejected an amendment calling Islamic State’s atrocities against Christians and minorities a “genocide” in the Middle East by 148-111 votes. ISIS finance minister and no. 2 leader of the self-proclaimed caliphate was killed by American Special Forces working with a coalition of local groups in eastern Syria.