OCP Executive Council Petitions Patriarch Kirill on the Persecution of Christians in Ethiopia

OCP News Service - 18/11/2019 Global: Apart from petitioning the United Nations, and several Human Rights organizations and political leaders like Vladimir Putin, the Executive Council of the Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE (Pan-Orthodox Christian Society) have petitioned His Holiness Kirill - Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia on the persecution of Christians, (especially Orthodox faithful) in Ethiopia. OCP ...

Patriarch Abune Mathias Thanks Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE, Orthodox Churches, and the Roman Catholic Church

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Menetasnot Desta – (Chief Administrator – OCP Amharic Service) - OCP News Service - 7/11/2019 Addis Ababa- Ethiopia: Patriarch Abune Mathias (Co-Patriarch and Catholicos of Ethiopia, Archbishop of Axum, and Ichege of the See of Saint Taklehaimanot) extended his gratitude to Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE (Pan-Orthodox Christian Society), sister Orthodox Churches and the Roman Catholic Church (during ...

OCP Secretariat Sent Reports on the Persecution of Christians in Ethiopia to OHCHR and Human Rights Organizations (Updated)

OCP News Service - 28/10/2019 Global: The Secretariat of the Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE (Pan-Orthodox Christian  Society) sent reports on the ongoing persecution of Christians in Ethiopia to the UN and various international human rights organizations. “I Am Pleading To The Creator In My Prayers With Tears”- Patriarch Abune Mathias of Ethiopia Eleven reports (consolidated) were emailed to the ...

Saudis release Christians

6/8/2012 Almost three dozen imprisoned Christian Ethiopians in Saudi Arabia have been freed after months of being held by the authorities there. The 35 Ethiopians were imprisoned last December 17 for conducting a prayer meeting in a private home. "We understand that the Saudi's assaulted, harassed, and pressured the Christians to convert to Islam during the time of ...

Muslims Burn Churches in Ethiopia

By James Heiser 14/3/2011 An attack by militant Muslims which has thus far destroyed at least a dozen churches may signal an expansion in anti-Christian violence in Ethiopia as the next front in the recent escalation of the Jihad’s war against Christianity. Although the majority of Ethiopian Christians are Coptic, having membership in the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo ...

Crackdown on Christians continues in Eritrea

17/1/2011 Eritrea (MNN) ― In early January, 30 Christians were arrested and detained in Asmara, Eritrea, allegedly for holding a prayer meeting, Voice of the Martyrs, Canada reports. Some of the believers arrested had only just been released from previous detainment for their faith. According to International Christian Concern, believers in Eritrea are seldom actually charged ...