Saturday, January 31, 2009

Egypt: Christian Convert Receives Death Threat From Judge

There have been many reports recently of muslims in the Middle East denouncing Islam and converting to Christianity, as the one true God, Jesus Christ is opening up eyes as He pours out His Spirit upon all flesh, and more and more young muslims in the Middle East are becoming dissatisified with the violence they see coming from their religion.

Life in Egypt as a Christian convert from Islam will get you a death threat. Pray for this young woman who in Egypt had her life threatened by a judge because she converted from Islam to Christianity and has been sexually abused. More

Meanwhile, in Saudi Arabia, a young male blogger's life is in danger because he denounced Islam and converted to Christianity, and needs our prayers. More

Please contact the Saudi embassy either by phone or in writing and request the release of this young arab.
India

Saudi Arabia Embassy, India
2, Paschimi Marg, Vasant Vihar
110057
New Delhi.

Phone:
+91-11-26144102
+91-11-26144073
+91-11-26144083

Fax:
+91-11-26144244
+91-11-26144201

USA
(202) 342-3800
(202) 337-4084
riyadhniv@state.gov

Info@saudiembassy.net

UK
(0)20 7917 3000
ukemb@mofa.gov.sa

Canada
(613) 237-4100
(613) 237-0567

Australia
(02) 6250 7000
(02) 6282 8911

"And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved." Matthew 10:22

Was King Abdullah paying lip service only when he said this?
Last November Arab News Editor in Chief Khaled Almaenna writing about the historic meeting between King Abdullah and Pope Benedict XVI noted, "King Abdullah emphasized that dialogue between religions and cultures was essential in order to promote tolerance, get rid of violence and achieve peace and security for all peoples." The latest development in Abdullah's commitment to that cause is the convening of an interfaith dialogue conference set for July 16 in Madrid which will include delegates who represent the Islamic, Christian and Jewish faiths. Source

Tags: Christian Converts, Middle East, Islam, Egypt, Saudi Arabia

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