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Modi Visited DC & Jubilee Campaign Called Out Against India’s Human Rights Abuses

Leading up to and during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Washington DC in June, Jubilee Campaign helped bring attention to the India’s widespread religious freedom violations. Our staff volunteered alongside the Federation of Indian American Christian Organizations (FIACONA) to provide an information booth on the continuous persecution that Christians face in India. This booth informed the general …

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One Sudanese Pastor Released; One Arrested, Two Others Still Detained

Jubilee Campaign rejoices in the release of Pastor Telahoon Nogosi Kassa Rata, a Sudanese pastor who was arrested on December 13, 2015 by the Sudanese Intelligence and Security Service (NISS). With many people praying for him, he was released by authorities on May 10 after 5 months of detainment. We ask for your continued prayers …

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Eritrean Church Leader in Prison for 12 Years

As Jubilee Campaign has previously reported, Eritrea is one of the hardest places in the world to be a Christian due to intense persecution and its restrictive government. Church leader Haile Naigzhi is one of many church leaders who remains in prison today after being arrested 12 years ago in 2004. In 2002, the Eritrean …

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Thousands of Nigerian Christians Killed; Jubilee Campaign Leads Protests

On April 1, Jubilee Campaign took part in a timely rally, outside of the White House protesting against massacres in Nigeria that have killed thousands of Christians. Our protest, which took place while Nigerian President Buhari was in Washington, D.C., demanded action from the Obama and Buhari administrations to stop the violence conducted by a …

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Thai authorities open bail after detainee dies in custody

We received wonderful news that Thai authorities opened up bails for medically vulnerable asylum seekers and mothers with children. Jubilee Campaign was able to assist in bailing out four Pakistani Christian asylum seekers. Those released included three mothers and a boy.  Bangkok, Thailand has been the temporary home for an estimated 6,000 to 8,000 Pakistani Christians who fled religiously …

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Continued Inaction, Continued Killings: The Cost of Lies and Impunity

On Sunday October 28, 2012 a church in Nigeria was bombed. At least ten Christians died and over a hundred were injured. Given the time difference, right about the time that we in America were getting up and going to church, the Christians in Kaduna were counting their wounded and burying their dead. Since 2010, …

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