Prime Minister Khan pledged to lead a campaign of Muslim-majority countries to “convince” Western countries.
A Christian doctor was shot dead and four women were abducted when armed Fulani militants attacked a Baptist church in Kaduna state
Iran’s Supreme Court is considering the retrial petitions for two cases involving Christian converts
Islamic State terrorists have executed Nabil Habashi Salama, a Coptic Christian they abducted outside his home in northern Sinai in November 2020.
Nabeel Masih has received constant death threats since he was released on bail and his case has now been moved to a court near his home, increasing the risk to his life from local extremists
14 men had spent four years in Nakura prison (pictured) while 22 women were freed after two weeks in Mai Serwa prison.
Algerian Christian convert Slimane Bouhafs experienced such persecution after his release from prison in 2018 that he fled to Tunisia, where threats to his life continue.
Two groups of Eritreans, totalling 35 Christians, have been arrested for holding prayer meetings.
Christian convert Naser Navard Gol-Tapeh, who is serving a ten-year prison sentence on national security charges, has written a poem on the occasion of Nowruz, the Persian New Year
Eight missionaries from the Redeemed Christian Church of God were abducted on 26 March when gunmen intercepted their minibus en route to an evangelistic mission in southern Kaduna state
Twenty people were injured when two suicide bombers from an Islamist militant group attacked Makassar Cathedral on Palm Sunday
Christians from Guiyang Renai Reformed Church in Guizhou province have been detained for attending a Bible study
Nabeel Masih has been released on bail and taken to a place of safety while his lawyers work to get him acquitted
Christian convert Homayoun Zhaveh, who has advanced Parkinson’s disease, and his wife Sara Ahmadi have been told to expect a summons to begin serving their prison sentences for belonging to a house church.
Thirteen-year-old Christian Shakaina Masih was kidnapped on 19 February in Lahore, forcibly converted to Islam and married to a Muslim man.
The UN’s Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has ruled that the Iranian government is guilty of arbitrarily detaining Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani and has called for his immediate release
Pastor Bulus Yikura was released from captivity on the evening of Wednesday 3 March, following threats to kill him unless a ransom was paid
On 26 February, 21 Christian women were released from Nakura prison in the Dahlak archipelago in the Red Sea.
ISWAP militants have threatened to kill Pastor Bulus Yikura if a ransom is not paid by Wednesday 3 March