Barnabas helps victims of deadly church attacks in Kenya
“Sunday morning started like any other day of worship for many Christians in Garissa town. Little did they know that it would turn out to be a very dark day. As worshippers worshipped God in some churches others were fighting for their dear lives and some were dead in others.”
Blasphemy law proposed in Iraqi Kurdistan after Muslim protests
A “blasphemy law” that would punish offences including “portraying prophets inappropriately” has been drafted by MPs in the autonomous region of Iraqi Kurdistan following violent protests by Muslims against a magazine article deemed insulting to Islam.
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