A recent report explains that the refugees who had converted to Christianity are now facing threats from Afghan refugees. There have been increased reported incidents of Christian converts facing persecution they face at the hands of Muslims who are targeting converts.Read the rest.
A group of Christians converts living in the refugee camps in Europe told a Christian persecution watchdog that they “fled from the Islamic Republic of Iran because they have been accused of being Christians and, therefore, have repeatedly been threatened by torture, imprisonment and the death penalty.” They were quoted as saying: “Here, where we have been accommodated presently, we are exposed to the same kinds of threats as before, this time at the hand of Afghan Muslims, and we fear for our lives.”
“The Afghan refugees, call us Iranian Christians ‘apostates’ and ‘infidels’ because of our decision to leave Islam and consider the shedding of our blood as legitimate or even necessary.” There are reports of the Kurdish church leaders being threatened and warned to leave the refugee group. The Kurdish pastor who had converted said that he was forced to leave Kurdistan because he received threats from local rebels and the local police.
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Afghan refugees threaten to kill Christian converts in the refugee camps
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