Arrested Christian Teens Sing and Pray In Ethiopian Prison: 'To Be Jailed For God's Kingdom Is an Honour'

October 24, 2016

For practicing their Christian faith, four teenage girls were arrested and locked up in jail in Ethiopia earlier this month, with one of the girls even subjected to brutal beating.

According to World Watch Monitor (WWM), the four girls—Eden, 15, Gifti and Mihiret, both 14, and Deborah, 18—were arrested for distributing a book about Christianity in Babile, around 550 km east of the capital Addis Ababa.

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