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This initiative of Aid to the Church in Need highlights the plight of those who have suffered for practicing their faith
The story of two Catholic girls abducted from their homes by Muslims.
n this latest incidence of crimes against Catholic churches, the thieves took gold vessels and 16th-century vestments.
Naseem Nawab, a nurse, told Aid to the Church in Need about a beating she received this summer at the hands of two Muslim colleagues at the hospital.
List includes people who have been detained or disappeared for their faith and beliefs.
In recent years, both Christians and Muslims have increasingly been targeted with violence and harassment by radical Hindu nationalists.
An estimated 700 girls have been abducted in the last year.
Young girls are lured into abusive marriages with promises of financial security and comfort. Mehak Parvez escaped and tells Aid to the Church in Need her story.
Protection on sexual orientation grounds, Blaine amendments, and foster care are hot button issues.
Called attacks on religious communities “a wound on all humanity”