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International Persecution

Across the globe there has been a significant escalation in discrimination, persecution and violence against Christians on the basis of their faith. More Christians have died for their beliefs in the twentieth century than at any other time in history. Christians are particularly vulnerable where they are a minority in Islamic countries. At Christian Concern we seek to highlight and expose this persecution and encourage the church to engage in practical ways and help where they can.


  • November 25th, 2016
    A number of British landmarks were floodlit in red this past Wednesday, to honour and acknowledge those who are suffering persecution for their faith around the world.
  • August 2nd, 2016
    In this piece, Christian Concern's Director of Islamic Affairs, Tim Dieppe, discusses the release of an undercover recording, which shows a Cardiff imam asserting that sex slaves are permissible in Islam.
  • July 29th, 2016
    The latest in a steady stream of Islamic terrorist attacks in Europe this summer was the killing of an elderly priest after two armed attackers claiming allegiance to Islamic State stormed into a church in Normandy during mass.
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