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THE SAUDI'S

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THE SAUDI'S
EVERYtIME THE SAUDI'S ARE REACHED WITH THE GOSPEL THEY PLACE THEIR LIVES AND THE LIVES OF THEIR FAMILIES ON THE LINE. THE ONLY GROUP THAT IS ACCEPTED IN SAUDI ARE THE COPTIC'S AND THERE IS A REVIVAL GOING ON AMONG THAT GROUP.
FOR WITNESSING OR PREACHING THE GOSPEL A VERY STIFF PENALTY IS EXACTED FOR THAT BUT STILL THEY GO ON.
MANY MOSQUE'S HAVE CONVERTED ENTIRELY TO CHRISTIANITY ONLY TO BE CONFRONTED BY THE LOYAL POLICE GUARD OF THE GOVERNMENT.
WITH PRAYER FOR THE GOVERNMENT THERE IS A CHANGE THAT CAN BE SEEN COMING OVER THE HORIZON.
THE PHILIPPINES WERE ONCE IN THIS POSITION BUT NOW THEY HAVE THE GOVERNMENT BEHIND THEM IN MANY WAYS.
KEEP THEM IN MIND
m7th--circle of revival
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I'm glad you opened this issue m7th.The Saudi mufta's hatred of Christianity is not only childish but also dangerous and self destructive. It reminds me of the attitude the certain municipalities in France took toward the large number of Muslims in France who are used for cheap labor. To put it mildly the Muslims were treated poorly. According to Wikipedia there are over a million Filipino workers in Saudi Arabia who are Catholic, and the sabre rattling is likely directed at them as well as the US. Bibles are officially banned in Saudi Arabia but the authorities know they are there during home services. And according to another Wikipedia article "Christianity in Saudi Arabia" the Banu Taghlib tribe in Arabia were allowed to remain Christian because they helped Mohammed in the 600s. This Mufta should "smarten up" and allow these Catholics and other Christians to have their God given rights. Look at the riots that happened in France. Saudi is not immune to that phenomenon.
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