“Ethiopian Christian Teenagers’ Faith Unshaken after Beating by Muslims, Arrest for Evangelizing

“Ethiopian Christian Teenagers’ Faith Unshaken after Beating by Muslims, Arrest for Evangelizing
Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.” –  Matthew 5:11-12
An Ethiopian Christian teenager who was imprisoned and brutally beaten by Muslims for handing out a book about Christianity has been re-arrested hours after she was released.
According to World Watch Monitor, the four teenagers – Eden, 15, Gifti and Mihiret, both 14, and Deborah, 18 – were arrested earlier in October after distributing a Christian book in Amharic, Ethiopia’s main language, by a local author, entitled Let’s speak the truth in love: Answers to questions by Ahmed Deedat.
The book answers questions about the Christian faith posed by the late South African Islamic scholar and former head of the Islamic Propagation Center International. Christians in Babile, around 550 km east of the capital Addis Ababa, decided to distribute it following cross-cultural evangelism training, according to WWM.
Believing the book insulted Islam, local Muslims responded with outrage, attacking churches and threatening religious leaders. The teenagers were subsequently arrested by local police, and one of the girls, Eden, suffered a beating on her first night in prison.

Muslims Disillusioned by ISIS Terror ‘Leaving Islam’, ‘Begging’ Christ for Healing

Muslims Disillusioned by ISIS Terror ‘Leaving Islam’, ‘Begging’ Christ for Healing
A ministry director working in in northern Iraq’s autonomous region of Kurdistan shared with Christian Aid Mission how his organization has been distributing Bibles, leading Bible studies and holding discipleship training sessions for displaced people for more than two years.
He revealed that before ISIS seized Mosul in 2014, it had the reputation as the Iraqi city that was most closed to the gospel. However, triggered by the lack of freedom in Islam and gratitude to Christians offering help to refugees fleeing war-torn countries, thousands have turned to Christianity.
“So now they see the true face of Islam, they saw the teachings of Islam and they know what it means to be under the Islamic State,” he said. “I believe a lot of heart-breaking stories will come out of Mosul with people who are ready to leave Islam and beg for Christ to take their lives and give them healing.”
As Iraqi forces push ahead with their offensive to drive ISIS out of their stronghold, militants have forced about 1,500 families to retreat with them and abducted 295 former Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) members from villages on the outskirts of the city, Reuters reports. Eighteen of the town’s 30 sheiks have been killed, according to a report received by the United Nations.

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Ethiopian Christian Teenagers’ Faith Unshaken after Beating by Muslims, Arrest for Evangelizing

Ethiopian Christian Teenagers’ Faith Unshaken after Beating by Muslims, Arrest for Evangelizing
“Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.” –  Matthew 5:11-12
An Ethiopian Christian teenager who was imprisoned and brutally beaten by Muslims for handing out a book about Christianity has been re-arrested hours after she was released.
According to World Watch Monitor, the four teenagers – Eden, 15, Gifti and Mihiret, both 14, and Deborah, 18 – were arrested earlier in October after distributing a Christian book in Amharic, Ethiopia’s main language, by a local author, entitled Let’s speak the truth in love: Answers to questions by Ahmed Deedat.
The book answers questions about the Christian faith posed by the late South African Islamic scholar and former head of the Islamic Propagation Center International. Christians in Babile, around 550 km east of the capital Addis Ababa, decided to distribute it following cross-cultural evangelism training, according to WWM.