Nov 11 2018

Ingo Breuer

Hospital Treatment Denied to Vietnamese Pastor in Prison

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Nguyen Trung Ton’s Health Deteriorating, Prison Rejects Medicine Sent by Family

www.persecution.org – 11/09/2018 Washington, D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that Vietnamese pastor Nguyen Trung Ton has been denied medical care despite his deteriorating health. Prison authorities denied him both hospital treatment and medicine delivered by his family.

The activist was arrested on July 30, 2017 along with other members of his pro-democracy group, Brotherhood for Democracy. He was convicted of attempting to overthrow the communist government and sentenced to 12 years in prison.

In Gia Trung Prison, located in the Central Highlands, he continues to suffer from an injured leg from when security agents kidnapped and tortured him in February 2017. He can hardly move in his cell due to the wounds.

His wife, Nguyen Thi Lanh, embarked on a 15-hour bus ride from Thanh Hoa province to Daklak province to see him. She told ICC, “In October, me and others went to visit him, but the prison did not allow us to see him. They said due to health reasons he was unable to meet me.”

Every trip to the Central Highlands is a challenge because Ms. Lanh is her family’s sole breadwinner and the caretaker of her ill daughter, young son, and blind mother-in-law. The last time Ms. Lanh saw Pastor Ton was in August. Authorities allegedly warned her not to travel from her home without government approval.

According to UCA News, Brotherhood for Democracy shared that Pastor Ton told his wife on October 22 that he is suffering from a bacterial infection, kidney failure, and sleeplessness. “His health is rapidly deteriorating due to being kept in bad conditions,” the group stated.

When Pastor Ton’s family sent in medicine for him, it was returned soon after. It is evident that the Vietnamese government intends to prolong his suffering while cutting him off from direct contact with friends and family.

Gina Goh, ICC’s Regional Manager, said, “Based on humanitarian grounds, the prison should meet the medical needs of its prisoners. Yet, Gia Trung Prison not only rejected crucial medical care for Pastor Ton, it prohibited his loved ones from visiting him. ICC calls on the international community to put pressure on the Vietnamese government so that Pastor Ton can receive the necessary treatment to treat his sustained pain.”

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Nov 11 2018

Ingo Breuer

Pray for Tucker Carlson’s family: Sign the pledge!

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On Wednesday evening, a mob of left-wing Antifa activists marched on the home of conservative political commentator Tucker Carlson.

Shouting profanities and making threatening remarks, 20 or so radicals from the extremist group Smash Racism DC held signs outside his house and called him a “racist scumbag.” Eventually, the front door to the residence was broken.

Thinking it was a home invasion, Carlson’s wife, who was home alone, locked herself in the pantry and called 911.

Blocking off both ends of his street, the group demanded he leave town and chanted “Tucker Carlson, we will fight! We know where you sleep at night!”

Send pledge now to support conservative commentator Tucker Carlson:

https://lifepetitions.com/petition/pray-for-tucker-carlson-s-family-sign-the-pledge

America must stand strong against communist subversion. Communists like Antifa should not be allowed to fester in American culture.

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Nov 11 2018

Ingo Breuer

SIGN THE PETITION: Tell the UN abortion is not a human right

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The Human Rights Committee, a treaty body at the United Nations Office in Geneva, has adopted a document that would seek to require states to legalize abortion under certain conditions.

This document, known as General Comment No. 36, declares that “must” provide access to abortion in cases of rape, incest, health of the mother, and when the pregnancy “is not viable.”

The UN must quit furthering the culture of death. Sign petition now:

https://lifepetitions.com/petition/sign-the-petition-tell-the-un-abortion-is-not-a-human-right

 

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Nov 04 2018

Ingo Breuer

AFA designates Monday, Nov. 5, as day of prayer and fasting

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There is much at stake in next Tuesday’s midterm election. Issues such as the sanctity of life, religious liberty, the security of our borders, our response to Islamic fundamentalism, and the advance of the radical LGBT agenda are all on the ballot.

AFA is encouraging God’s people to pray and fast on Monday, November 5, for God’s will to be done on Election Day. Let’s appeal to the God of heaven to intervene and motivate his people to select godly leadership to guide our country.

God has shown great mercy to our nation despite our manifest sins. We have seen Pastor Brunson released from a Turkish prison and pray for the president in the Oval Office. We have seen another constitutionalist (Brett Kavanaugh) seated on the Supreme Court despite intense opposition. And we have seen the president stand in the way of the transgender lobby and redirect both our military and the Department of Health and Human Services in a biologically and biblically correct direction. Let’s thank him for his undeserved grace.

Let us pray and fast in the following ways:

  • That Christians would continue to love the lost and share the gospel with them
  • That Christians would be emboldened to hold and defend a biblical worldview
  • That all candidates and our country itself would be protected from attacks from within and without during this election season
  • That the electorate would be granted God’s wisdom to choose candidates of godly character, discernment, and judgment

Please, forward this to your family and friends. Make copies of this alert to share with your pastor, church and Sunday School members.

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