India Supreme Court orders gov’t to reveal info on persecution of Christians
On September 1, India’s Supreme Court ordered the government to provide details on reported attacks against Christians in the country.
Christian groups in India have been calling for an end to the violence after believers suffered over 500 attacks just last year.
Open Doors spokesperson Rinzen Baleng welcomed the court order.
He said, “Considering the government’s complete denial of the rising assaults on Christians in India, the Supreme Court’s order for further verification of the matter is a positive step. … It will help establish that these assaults are not just limited to a few individuals, but against the larger Christian community.”
British March for Life draws 7,000
The March for Life in the United Kingdom held its largest event ever this month.
At least 7,000 people joined the march in London.
Pro-lifers held banners which said “10 million too many,” referencing the number of babies murdered in the womb in England and Wales since abortion was legalized in 1967.
Catherine Robinson with Right To Life U.K. said, “It’s so encouraging to attend the march and see the number of people attending growing so rapidly, especially in terms of all the young people who recognize abortion for what it is.”
Proverbs 31:8 commands, “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves.”