Churches Banned In The Arab World

While many in the world claim that there is a balance or democracy after the Arab spring, the reality is that very little has changed.: : How many churches (or synagogues) exist anywhere in the Arab world? A recent decision by the Inspiration Ministry of: David Cerullo: revealed that:

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“Due to safety and security issues in certain nations, we deeply regret that we can no longer send printed communications or products to our Inspiration Partners and Friends living in the following countries”:

* Afghanistan
* Algeria
* Bahrain
* Egypt
* Iran
* Iraq
* Jordan
* Kazakhstan
* Kuwait
* Libya
* Mauritania
* Morocco
* Oman
* Pakistan
* Qatar
* Saudi Arabia
* Sudan
* Syria
* Tunisia
* Turkey
* United ArabEmirates
* Yemen

“Our heart’s desire is to bless and encourage you, and we do not want to endanger you or your family in any way. Therefore, we are providing e-book and electronic materials for you. We pray that God will use these to encourage your walk with Him and that He would keep you in His loving arms.”

Nevertheless, the organization did recently launch a Muslim Ministry outreach on: Inspiration Networkwhich is seeing radical growth.

How free indeed is it if churches are banned — and why doesn’t mainstream media report upon this?

Ronn Torossian is CEO of 5WPR — read more of Ronn’s writings: here.

Also see,

What if a Republican Did That?

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