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Eritrean Christian dies in prison
A Christian woman perished from pneumonia in an Eritrean prison after facing harsh conditions and denial of medical treatment — all because she would not renounce her faith.

Open Doors, an organization supporting the global persecuted church, reported this week that Wehazit Berhane Debesai is the 25th known Christian to have died in prison in Eritrea. According to the report, the exact date of death of the woman in her 30s is unknown. Eritrean authorities arrested her a year ago. They held her near the Ethiopian border for being involved in Christian activities outside the Orthodox, Catholic and Evangelical Lutheran church groups.

Debesai’s death came as government forces arrested 70 Christians who met for prayer in the capital of Asmara, according to Open Doors. It is the third time the pastor who led the prayer event has been thrown in prison for his faith. This latest development brings the ...


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They did not love their lives even unto death. At home with the Lord. Praise God!!
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I remember hearing some 20 years ago about the women of Eritrea, they had without any means managed to capture arms, ordinance, tanks, and retake Eritrea and kick out the warlords ...

I was sure it was a work of God then, may God keep them through their time of persecution.

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