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A report from July 2019, on support for persecuted Christians, released by the British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, state that the number of countries where Christians suffer, rose from 125 in 2015 to 144, a year later.
The independent review prepared by the Bishop of Truro, state that in some regions the level and nature of Persecution, is arguably coming close to meeting the International definition of Genocide, according to the Genocide Convention, adopted by the United Nations.
In South Africa, minority groups are particularly targeted, by hate crime and economic discrimination, encouraged by political leaders with communist ideologies, leading to large scale hardship and involuntary displacement of Christians.
Despite a mountain of evidence – South Africa is not even mentioned in the Bishop’s report.