Iran Goes Dark As Government Kills Over 100 People
IRAN HAS GONE DARK.
All Internet access in the nation has been cut off as more than 100 people have been killed by the government. Spreading protests prompted the government to take the unusual step to cut the people off from the rest of the world by stopping all Internet communication.
According to Amnesty International, at least 106 people have been killed in 21 cities across Iran and the number may be as high as 200.
No one knows how many people have actually been killed because the Iranian government has ordered all Internet access to be cut off. Their goal is to stop the people from communicating with each other and other nations.
Iran has been experiencing Christian revival for several years and the government has been attempting to squelch it. The more the radical Islamic regime persecutes Iranian Christians, the more the church seems to grow.
BTJ is working together with the underground church and the demand for Bibles only continues to grow. BTJ has been providing hundreds of thousands of electronic Bibles and teaching materials to the underground church.
BTJ has been using the Gospel Cloud inside Iran, which allows Christians to communicate with each other online even when there is no access to the Internet. BTJ’s Gospel Cloud provides a signal that cannot be blocked or filtered by the government.
Prayer is needed for the country of Iran as they go through this tough time.
Hello. Thank you so much for this article about the hardships of our brothers and sisters in Iran. I am from a very real area in middle Alabama in the USA. Iv try very hard to keep informed about the Christians around the world. I never want to take my freedom for granted and I be always wasn’t too meet praying for the persecuted Church around the world. I did not know of the amazing thing the Gospel Cloud. I’m so thankful this is a provision by the Great Provider Who knows our needs better than we know then ourselves. I read an article after reading your article to see what the secular news is saying. In this one article they said there protests before because of ride in fuel prices. Do you think this is a cover up for what is really happening to our Family b over there? Thanks