The government of Uzbekistan proposed to impose massive fines on people and leaders of religious communities who share their religious beliefs outside their places of worship. This was proposed at an August 4th meeting called by the state Religious Affairs committee. All unregistered religious ativity is illegal in Uzbekistan. The fine for sharing their beliefs would be between 200 and 600 times the minimum monthly salary. Persistent proselytizing would impose jail sentences between three and eight years on them and their religious leaders. Currently there is a crackdown on religious belivers of many faiths in Uzbekistan.

Please pray for the persecuted believers in Uzbekistan that they may have courage and keep all their trust in The Lord. And also pray for their safety. For more info on Christian persecution worldwide visit. www.persecutionblog.com

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