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The Nigerian Persecution No One Is Talking About

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Let us continue to pray for persecuted Christians.

This is a documentary film by Open Doors USA. It records how Fulani militants are squeezing and attacking Christians in Nigeria’s Middle Belt region. Nigeria is #14 on the annual World Watch List, and some of these attacks help explain that ranking. Religion is playing an important part in the many violent attacks against Christians. They burn and destroy churches. They burn houses that belong to Christians. They burn an entire village and people are fleeing for safety. What does the government of Nigeria doing to protect these persecuted Christians? What can we do as christians around the world? Watch the video below.

Seemingly Constant Violence

Pray for Nigeria

  • Pray for Christians in the middle of Nigeria, who are facing increased hostility and attacks from Fulani militants.
  • Sharia law has been implemented in 12 northern states and Christians
    there face marginalization and discrimination. Pray that these
    Christians would not be discouraged. Pray they will not be tempted to
    give up the faith in pursuit of an easier life.
  • Pray for Fulani militants, the members of Boko Haram and other
    extremist groups. Pray that God will touch their hearts with His truth.


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