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Dramatic rise in violence worldwide: Britain commissions review of Christians being persecuted

December 26, 2018:

Last year, on average, 250 Christians were killed every month because of their faith.

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Religion Hate Crime

Britain has commissioned an independent review into the persecution of Christians to find practical steps to support followers of a religion that it said has been subject to a dramatic rise in violence worldwide.

Some 215 million Christians worldwide faced persecution for their faith last year, it said, with Christian women & children particularly vulnerable & often subject to sexual violence as a result of their beliefs.

Last year, on average, 250 Christians were killed every month because of their faith, it said.

“So often the persecution of Christians is a telling early warning sign of the persecution of every minority,” Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said in a statement on Wednesday.

“Today I have asked the Bishop of Truro to look at how the British government can better respond to the plight of persecuted Christians around the world.

“We can & must do more.”

The review will map Christian persecution in key countries across the Middle East, Africa & Asia, analyse British support & recommend a comprehensive policy response, the government said.
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