Eugene Bach

Iran is falling

Iranian opposition leader Mirhossein Mousavi has compared Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to the Shah, the monarch deposed in a 1979 revolution, following the government’s crackdown on protests this month. The unrest began on Nov. 15 and have only intensified. Not much news is coming out about it, but BTJ partners inside have been reporting massive problems throughout the nation.

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BTJ 30 Days of Prayer for Syria

BTJ is starting 30 Days of prayer for Syria. Please consider joining us. This will NOT be a normal 30 days of prayer.  It will be broken up into three phases of prayer of 10 days per phase. Few places in the world are like Syria. The war in Syria has been in the news and Christians are wondering what

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A Look Inside China’s Secret Prison System

You have heard about the re-education camps inside China, but where are they and what do they look like inside for the prisoners? Here is a basic overview What is a Re-education Camp? A re-education camp is basically a prison that were introduced in China since the new religious laws were implemented last year. They operate outside of the legal

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The Three Most Unreached Tribes in China

Even though China has been experiencing the world’s largest revival for more than two decades, the majority of those revivals have been taking place in the eastern part of China with the Han Chinese speakers, the primary language spoken in China. Western China is still mostly unreached and lives in darkness. According to studies published by a Christian research group

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BTJ Banned From Fundraising by Facebook

The Back to Jerusalem Facebook page has been blocked from fund raising efforts. Back to Jerusalem currently has more than 35,000 followers on Facebook. That is not a lot, but it has been constant organic growth for several years. On average we see a new follower join our page every 3 or 4 hours. About ten years ago, every post

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