27 Christians deported from Saudi Arabia for 'un-Islamic prayer'
October 4, 2016
27 Christians have been deported from Saudi Arabia for praying and celebrating a church festival. The celebrations were held at a private home, and among the deported were children too.
The people involved were all Lebanese Maronites, who form a majority of Lebanon's Christian population. They were arrested by religious police, who invaded and raided their home in Al Khafij, located on the eastern side of the country.
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