Christians facing violence at hands of extremists
Christians are currently the primary victims of extremism around the world, but UK Government policy risks labelling believers here as ‘extremists’.
In our short briefing, we examine the freedoms under threat for Christians around the world, including in Nigeria, Iran and North Korea.
And we also consider UK Government policy on counter-extremism that could catch law-abiding citizens in a wide definition of extremism.
In January, Christian charity Open Doors published it 2017 World Watch List, which monitors countries where religious persecution is at its worst, showing that over 200 million Christians experience a high level of persecution for their faith.
The report also highlighted a “disturbing rise of religio-ethnic nationalism” as the “main engine of persecution” in most of the countries where persecution is at its worst.
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