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Dec 12, 2010

“I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my Freedom .”

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“I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country ( Freedom A.M. ).”

  • Malay Christians Face 'Faith Purification' Centers.KUALA LUMPAR, Malaysia -- Living as a Christian in a Muslim nation can carry severe risks and suffering. CBN News traveled to Malaysia -- a country that presents itself as a model for Islamic moderation, yet has many former Muslims who say they are persecuted after finding Christ.A two-hour journey from the capital city of Kuala Lumpur revealed an isolated encampment where some Christian converts say they've been taken to be forced back to Islam.The Malaysian government calls the facilities "retreat centers." Muslims willingly come there to strengthen their faith.CBN News spoke to one Christian, who asked to remain anonymous, in fear he would be taken back to what others have called "faith purification" facilities."They were clearly angry and they wanted to kill me, but they did not harm me physically," he recalled. "I know of many others. They force you to recite Islamic prayers and the Koran, to do all the things you're suppose to do as a Muslim.""They're trying to force us to believe what we can't believe," the man continued. "These re-education centers come from the power of darkness.""Nathan," another former Muslim who's identity is being protected, said he lost his property, job, and family after officials learned he'd become a Christian. He's hiding from the government."I've lost it all (but) does it matter? I mean, Jesus said in the Word what we should seek for is everlasting treasure," Nathan explained. "I have counted my cost. I count my cost and I don't mind paying for it... even if it means losing my life.""The religious department head said, 'This place is a Muslim place, and the people here are all Muslims. So you have no right to come in and evangelize the people here,'" Pastor Luzone, with the Kuala Betis Church, recalled.Luzone said most locals there are not Muslims, and those who have become Christian need a church building."We have been gathering in houses and sometimes under trees, but we wanted to have our own place for worship," he said. "But I believe no matter what the cost we have to pay as Christians here, our people will be followers of Jesus."Hmmm....These are the people who should be named "Man of the Year"!Read the full story here

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