Kazakh Christians Charged with Possessing Extremist Material

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Christians in Kazakhstan are facing persecution as two Protestants are fined for possessing Christian books that were deemed “extremist material.” According to Fides News, a note sent by “Forum 18” , a human rights group based in Norway, the two Christians rejected the allegations raised against them.
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