Church burned down in India
January 28, 2015
A Protestant church in the southern Indian state of Telangana was set on fire on January 16, according to multiple reports.
“Activists have threatened me and warned me not to continue the church in this village,” the pastor of the church in the village of Tadur said in an interview with International Christian Concern. “The Hindu radicals have snatched the Gospel literature from me and destroyed them a number of times in the past.”
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- Village’s Only Church Torched by Hindu Radicals as India’s Christians Face Persecution (International Christian Concern)
- Church set on fire in the state of Telangana (Fides)
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