Monthly Archives: February 2012

Exciting update from Jim Green – Jesus Film Harvest Partners


“What we planned to do in three years God has done in just six months.” It happened in Ethiopia, a very challenging country. Staff hoped to train 100 women to show “Magdalena: Released From Shame,” expecting it would take three … Continue reading

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Phillipines: 20 women rescued from traffickers


JOINT operatives of the National Bureau of Investigation Anti-Human Trafficking Division, the Blas F. Ople Center, and member-agencies of the Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking rescued 20 women including several minors bound for Dubai and eventually Syria, Jordan, and Lebanon from … Continue reading

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Uganda: 600 Girls Victims of Human Trafficking in Malaysia


At least 600 Ugandan girls have been forced into Malaysia’s sex trade in what has become a human trafficking epidemic, a foreign diplomat has said. Hajah Noraihan, the Malaysian consul to Uganda, said despite an early warning to the Ministry … Continue reading

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NH Court Ruling: Homeschooler forced into public school


Georgene Rice interviews Joseph Infranco with the Alliance Defense Fund to discuss greater implications of a recent New Hampshire Supreme Court Ruling that forced a home school student into a government run school against her mother’s wishes. The court made … Continue reading

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Nigeria: Church Bombed in Jos


Boko Haram terrorists bombed a large church in Jos on Sunday, killing a church member and a baby, along with themselves. Church security guards prevented the suicide bombers from reaching the church auditorium, where a service was in progress. Claiming … Continue reading

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American Girl, 14, Gets Death Threats For Defending Marriage


A 14-year-old girl in America received death threats and abuse after taking a stand for the traditional definition of marriage. Sarah appeared before the state of Maryland’s legislature last month where she urged lawmakers not to redefine marriage. She urged … Continue reading

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Court Stops Eviction of Churches Meeting in New York Schools


New York City churches that have been meeting in public schools won a reprieve from eviction. A Friday court order allows churches to continue meeting for worship services while a lawsuit against the city continues.

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Virginia: Gang member convicted on sex trafficking of children


From Human Trafficking News Daily: http://wusa9.com/news/article/192583/158/Rances-Ulices-Amaya-Convicted-On-Sex-Trafficking-Children

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Remember to pray for the 35 Ethiopian Christians imprisoned in Saudi Arabia


Received an update from ICC (International Christian Concern), who has been all over this story from the start: http://www.persecution.org/2012/02/27/update-on-the-35-imprisoned-ethiopian-christians-in-saudi-arabia/

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Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani Still Alive But Execution Remains Imminent


This morning, from ACLJ (American Center for Law and Justice): Our sources in Iran have confirmed to the ACLJ that Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani is still alive as of earlier today. We still believe that his execution has been ordered, … Continue reading

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