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China’s New Laws Target Christians

Persecution against Christians in China looks as if it is poised to escalate. With new religious laws proposed to be implemented early next year, Christians in China are bracing for a new wave of hardship. The Communist Party is responding to an alarming growth of Christians that are more bold and open than ever. The Christians are finding more and

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President Xi Secretly Meets with House Church Leaders – But Not To Pray

“Beijing has called the house church leaders back for a secret meeting,” our informant reported last week. “The leaders were asked by President Xi to return to Beijing to meet with government officials.” Nothing more could really be said about the meeting. We at Back to Jerusalem have not reported about the meeting until it concluded. President Xi and the

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North Korea on the Brink of War

The world watches as two of its leaders are at each other’s throats. The aggressive threats that have been the trade mark of the Kim regime in the DPRK for many years, are now responded to in kind by the US president. It seems the Kim regime is particularly angered by the word ‘rocket man’, used by Trump in his

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BTJ’s New Children’s Book Deemed Too Radical for Bookstores

Back to Jerusalem is introducing a series of new books that might be too radical for most Christian book stores. “These books are great, but I am afraid that they may be too heavy on miracles for the mainstream Christian market,” said one Christian publishing executive. “We would love to introduce them to several Christian book stores, but because there

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Iraq Trip

I left my hotel in Dubai in the middle of the night, boarded an airport shuttle that took me to one of the terminals, and sat with a coffee at the Arrivals Hall. It was around 3a.m., much quieter than the usual hustle and bustle of an international arrivals hall in daytime. As I sat there waiting, I began to

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