Christianity 'on the rise' in Yemen

According to Open Doors, many foreign Christians have left the country and local Christians are facing increasing persecution.

On top of that the country has been dealing with civil war and famine.

Despite these factors, there have been reports of Christianity growing.

The power vacuum created by the civil war has allowed radical Islamist groups to gain significant influence

Christians have been killed and abducted by Islamic radicals, including 16 people killed in an attack on a Christian care home for the elderly


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