FMI Loses Contact with Several Partners in Afghanistan After Taliban Takeover

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FMI has lost contact with several partners in Afghanistan since the Taliban takeover.

Nehemiah talks about one man named Abdar, who became a Christian with his whole family while in Pakistan. “He was with us for the last few months. He is from Afghanistan, studying in Pakistan, and he said last month that he was going to Afghanistan for evangelism purposes. And it’s been more than a week since we have been unable to hear from him. We have lost contact.”

Christianity in Afghanistan

The Taliban’s conquest of Afghanistan puts   in great danger. Nehemiah says it’s a small community, and many of them converted to Christianity from Islam. “The number of Christians in the country is thought to be below 30,000, perhaps as low as 1,000. Because most Christians in Afghanistan are underground.”

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Kevin Zeller

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