Indian police ban Christian community from holding religious services

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It’s only a small village, but police in India’s southern Karnataka state have placed a ban on 5 Christian families from gathering for worship services.

They based the ban on the assumption that they must have been coercively or fraudulently converted, as they are not Christian by birth.

International Christian Concern said on Jan. 8 that the police had banned the Christians from gathering for worship services indefinitely.