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Herdsmen attack Christian community leaving six dead

Attack on Christian community by Fulani herdsmen

The Christian community of Wereng in Nigeria’s Plateau State is in a state of fear after a renewed attack by suspected Fulani herdsmen left six people dead. On the night of October 5, gunmen invaded the community, killing a local chief and five others and injuring three, according to CSI’s local partner Emancipation Center for… Read more »

CSI Condemns Turkish, Azerbaijani, and Syrian Jihadist Aggression Against Armenian Christians

In open letter to President Trump, human rights group calls for U.S. to suspend military aid to Azerbaijan and Turkey ZURICH – Christian Solidarity International, a human rights NGO campaigning for religious freedom and human dignity, today condemned the joint Turkish-Azerbaijani attack on Nagorno-Karabakh, a tiny region in the Caucuses inhabited by 150,000 Christian Armenians…. Read more »

Former Deputy Governor of Bank of Nigeria Threatened for Exposing Truth Behind Middle Belt Massacres

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Dr. Obadiah Mailafia, the former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, has been forced to take extraordinary security precautions after receiving death threats and being repeatedly interrogated by national security officers. The threats come after Dr. Mailaifa publicly challenged official narratives about the widespread murder and displacement of civilians in Nigeria’s Middle Belt. … Read more »

Hunger in South Sudan: CSI provides food aid

In South Sudan, a drought has left many families in desperate need of food. CSI was able to prevent widescale hunger by providing sorghum to thousands of people in Northern Bahr el-Ghazal State in August. The rainy season should have started in April or May but this year the rains did not come until July…. Read more »

Pakistan: non-Muslim schoolchildren indoctrinated in Islam

Children in Pakistan are forced to learn about Islam from an early age – even those that don’t come from Muslim families. CSI’s local partner is leading a campaign to keep religion out of school books, which fuel hatred against Christians and other minorities. The teaching materials used in Pakistan’s schools are written by Muslims… Read more »