Tag Archives: Saudi Arabia religious freedom

Is Interpol being abused to return Saudi Christian convert from Sweden?

By Elizabeth Kendal

If a 2 September report in the Saudi Gazette is true, then it may well be the first time Interpol as been abused by an Islamic State for the purpose of retrieving an apostate.

On 28 July 2012, the Saudi Gazette reported: “A Saudi girl who recently embraced Christianity and fled the country for refuge in Lebanon told the …

First Saudi woman publicly announces her faith in Christ

By Michael Ireland

Last week a Saudi woman who introduced herself as “Maryam” announced in a video published on the internet that she has forsaken Islam and converted to Christianity, according to Mohabat News.

Apparently, she is the first Saudi-Arabian woman to publicly declare her faith in such a manner.

Saudis pressure Christian prisoners to convert to Islam

International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that earlier today Saudi Arabian officials sent a Muslim preacher to pressure Christian prisoners into converting to Islam. Saudi Arabia arrested 29 Christian women and six Christian men, all Ethiopian citizens, on December 15th after they held a prayer meeting in Jeddah.

“The Muslim preacher vilified Christianity, denigrated the Bible and told us that Islam …