Algeria shuts down 3 churches days after Christians hold sit-in protest
October 21, 2019
Christians in north-central Algeria were kicked out of their churches Wednesday by police just days after many faithful protested the government’s crackdown on houses of worship.
Christian Solidarity Worldwide, a U.K.-based nongovernmental organization that monitors persecution in 20 countries and has consultative status with the U.N., reports that three Algerian Christian churches have been shut down this month.
Read more at: https://www.christianpost.com/news/algeria-shuts-down-3-churches-days-after-christians-hold-sit-in-protest.html
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