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The Taliban search the Bible on cell phones and Bibles to find out who a Christian is

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The Taliban recognize Christians The Bible Christian TV says they are being killed on cell phones and on the streets of Afghanistan SAT-7. Terrorists Terrorists go from house to house, deter people from public transportation and refuse to kill believers. Faith.

The information was shared through the website Religious news, The president of SAT-7 in North America, who claims to receive information from sources in the country. Rex Rogers’ report also highlights.

“We hear from reliable sources that the Taliban are demanding people’s phones and that if they find a Bible downloaded on their device, they will kill it immediately,” Rogers said. “It is now incredibly dangerous for Afghans to have anything Christian on their phones. The Taliban have spies and informants everywhere.

The withdrawal of international troops from Afghanistan left a void, allowing the militant group to regain control sooner or later, with little or no resistance, as expected by political and military leaders.

“Because it is so dangerous to seek the fellowship of other Christians, many Afghan believers are completely isolated with no other Christians to speak of,” Rogers said. “Our local director told me:‘ Most people don’t dare to attend Christian Church Domestically they are alone, looking at us in fear. We are their last resort, ”he reported.

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