Utah Attorney ready to move in Warren Jeffs case and more...

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Utah Attorney ready to move in Warren Jeffs case and more...

Utah Attorney ready to move in Warren Jeffs case

Washington County, Utah attorney Brock Belnap old a 5th District Court judge Wednesday the prosecution is prepared to move forward with its case against Warren Jeffs -- the polygamist cult leader currently awaiting trial in Texas.


Detained Afghanistan Christians Facing Death Penalty

Afghanistan Two Afghan Christians who were arrested for their conversion to Christianity remain behind bars despite diplomatic efforts by the United States to secure their release, a Christian rights group said Wednesday, February 23.

International Christian Concern (ICC) said it had obtained a letter smuggled out of Qasre Shahi prison in Mazar-e-Sharif, in which one Christian wrote that he may receive the death penalty for apostasy.


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Salvation Army reports Red Kettle record

Salvation Army Red Kettle Through strong support of U.S. donors and a united front of traditional red kettles and virtual bell-ringers, The Salvation Army raised a record $142 million during the 2010 annual Red Kettle Christmas Campaign.

The increase of just over two percent from 2009's record of $139 million raised reflects the continued determination of every American to support their neighbors during challenging economic times


Threat of Prosecution Remains for Some Christians Freed in Iran

Islam In December and January authorities arrested up to 120 believers after Iranian religious and political figures acknowledged the existence of home fellowships and condemned them as a threat to the state. Sources estimate at least 62 of those arrested during late December and January have been released, some on bail. A typical bail amount in Iran can range between a few thousand dollars and the deed on a house.

Some of the Christians who were released reported they were subjected to solitary confinement and harsh interrogation, according to a statement by Elam Ministries on Feb. 4. The statement said some Christians held at Section 209 of Tehran's notorious Evin Prison suffered up to 34 days in solitary confinement.


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