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Thursday, April 06, 2006

Hindu Extremists are forcing the conversion of 10,000 Christians?

Christianity IS the most persecuted religion in the world!
Now, there are HINDU extremists forcing the conversion of Christians!
Must I devote some blogs to the absurdities of Hinduism too? NO PROBLEMO!

" A Hindu extremist group planning centenary celebrations in April hopes to "reconvert" as many as 10,000 tribal Christians to Hinduism during the event. The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) will hold the Dharma Jogna in Orissa, India, on April 8th – 10th. Given the recent trend of mass "reconversion" ceremonies organized by the RSS and its sister organization, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP or World Hindu Council), Christian leaders fear many tribal people may be persuaded to reconvert against their will. "We are extremely worried," said the Rev. Dandia Basi Hrudaya, secretary of the Orissa chapter of the All India Christian Council (AICC). "The AICC and other Christian leaders are meeting this week to finalize plans to protect the tribals during this event."

Pray the Lord of all creation will strengthen the faith of the tribal people with supernatural courage to stand up for Jesus. Pray the Holy Spirit will send a spirit of confusion into the minds of the Hindu extremists. Pray the plans of the organizers of this event will backfire and more Hindus will seek to know Christ.

VISIT THE LINK HERE: www.persecution.com

JOHN 15:18-19
“If the world hates you, you know that it hated Me before it hated you. If you were of the world, the world would love its own. Yet because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world therefore the world hates you.”



  • OKAY?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:39 PM  

  • While this is something to be taken seriously, I'm going to go out on a limb and state that the killing of 11 million Jews is probably harsher persecution than the conversion of 10,000 Christians.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:14 AM  

  • Thank you for stating that Christian persecution should be taken seriously...because it isn't taken seriously.

    Though the atrocities towards Jews have occurred throughout the centuries...did you know that
    42 million Christians were persecuted in the 20th century alone? 42 million!

    Now, in regards to PERCENTAGE of Jews persecuted to the amount of Jews in existance, I believe that Jews have been been persecuted more...but the hard numbers unfortunately fall upon Christians as the most persecuted...42 million in the 20th century alone!!

    Where these numbers come from may open more eyes:

    By Blogger Blogger, at 8:47 AM  

  • Yeah. Gimme a friggen' break. So the Hindus are undoing a very small part of the Crusaders' reprehensible forced conversions. Get over it.

    By Blogger Mr. Anthrope, at 8:48 AM  

  • Since when is Christianity the most persecuted religion in the world? It is the religion that has done the most persecuting of other faiths but it is not the most persecuted.

    By Blogger Kevin, at 9:04 AM  

  • Back up your outrageous claims with some facts!

    By Blogger Blogger, at 9:24 AM  


    "For it gives me no pleasure whatsoever to say that I -- along with millions of others who note this, with little avail -- was right. Christians are indeed the world's most persecuted religious group -- and there isn't even a close second.

    From China, North Korea and Malaysia, through India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, to Nigeria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Turkey, Christians are subjected to legalized discrimination, violence, torture, imprisonment, relocation, looting and forced conversion.

    That's at least 200 million people who live under daily threat of death, imprisonment or torture, while another 350 million to 400 million are said to face legally sanctioned discrimination in access to jobs and housing.

    Read article here:http://www.yrng.com/yr/yr4/YR_News/Columns/story/3405545p-3938211c.html

    WAKE UP!!!!!!!!

    By Blogger Blogger, at 10:15 AM  

  • Why are the like disrupting the Christian religion?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:16 PM  

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