Christians Butchered In Guinea, But There Is Something You Can Do About It

By Theodore Shoebat

Great havoc and violence has arisen in Guinea, in which a substantial amount of churches have been destroyed, and a immense amount of Christians have been killed. Jihadist provoked violence left ninety-five people dead, and a hundred and thirty wounded.

In Nzérékoré, five churches have been attacked and looted, and the homes of four pastors attacked by Muslim mobs. One priest, Fr. Joseph, recounted the violence:

The two Catholic and Protestant churches have all been ransacked and burned … Almost all the houses and shops belonging to Christians or people affiliated with Christians, have not escaped the fury of attackers.

Within the Catholic area, including the quarters of the nuns and the Presbyter, were looted and set to flames. Moreover, in Beyla, The Center for Youth Development, a conference room, an internet cafe, a primary school and a library, were ravaged and devastated.

Beyla’s regional deputy of health services, Dr. Tolon Loua, was killed during the violence, as Fr. Joseph says:

He was inside of his house when the assailants arrived and set it on fire … Badly burned, he was transported to the hospital where he was later declared dead.

In Moribadou violence lasted for three days, in which about 10 churches were destroyed.

Now, while it is important that we focus on this persecution, more needs to be done than just reading about it. This article is a request for those who are donating money to Rescue Christians, or would like to, to give what you can so that we can help the Christians in Guinea.

Currently we are rescuing and preserving Christians in Pakistan, but we desire greatly to expand into other countries where Christians are suffering. The more people we help, the more money that is needed. So we ask that you give, and we promise that all the money will go directly into helping the persecuted.

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