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.

Read more at: http://www.christiantoday.com.au/article/27.christians.deported.from.saudi.arabia.for.un.islamic.prayer/22866.htm

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