Religious Police Arrest Christians For Worshipping at House Church

Religious Police Arrest Dozens of Christians For Worshipping at House ChurchSaudi Arabia rounded up 28 Christians after receiving a report about a home-based church on Friday. The Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice under arrested the people attending worship at a prayer meeting in the home of an Indian national. Their current location are unidentified.


“Saudi Arabia is progressing the religious washing out that has always been its official policy,” Nina Shea told “It is the only country in the world with the official policy of prohibition all churches. This is imposed though there are over 2 million Christian foreign workers in the country. Those mistreated are naturally poor, from Asian and African countries with weak governments.”

The Saudi media stated different working of art of the arrested Christians. According to sources that the Christians were men and women, whereas the It was written in news that children, as well as men and women, were locked up. It was uncertain if a court date has been set in the particularly solid fundamentalist court system.

Saudi Arabia went to huge lengths over the years to re-brand its image as a broad-minded supporter of multi-religious dialogue. Shea said. “The West have to insist that its strategic ally, Saudi Arabia, discharge the Christians at once and permit them to pray according to their own faith traditions. Otherwise, Riyadh will show to be authenticating  the practices of the Islamic State in northern Iraq and Syria.


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