Open Doors

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Open Doors is an ecumenical Christian organization to support persecuted Christians and was founded in 1955. It is distributing Bibles and audio recordings in more than 50 countries.

World Watch List

Annually Open Doors publishes a "World Watch List" which enumerates the states in which Christians get persecuted most of all. The list of 2018 contains the following countries:[1]

  1. North Korea (see also: Religion and Atheism in North Korea)
  2. Afghanistan
  3. Somalia
  4. Sudan (see also: Christians in Sudan)
  5. Pakistan
  6. Eritrea
  7. Libya
  8. Iraq
  9. Yemen
  10. Iran (see also: Christians in Iran)
  11. India
  12. Saudi Arabia
  13. Maldives
  14. Nigeria
  15. Syria (see also: Christians in Syria)
  16. Uzbekistan
  17. Egypt
  18. Vietnam (see also: Religion and Atheism in Vietnam)
  19. Turkmenistan
  20. Laos (see also: Religion and Atheism in Laos)
  21. Jordan
  22. Tajikistan
  23. Malaysia
  24. Myanmar
  25. Nepal
  26. Brunei
  27. Qatar
  28. Kazakhstan
  29. Ethiopia
  30. Tunisia
  31. Turkey
  32. Kenya
  33. Bhutan
  34. Kuwait
  35. Central African Republic
  36. Palestine
  37. Mali
  38. Indonesia
  39. Mexico
  40. United Arab Emirates
  41. Bangladesh
  42. Algeria
  43. China (see also: Religion and Atheism in China)
  44. Sri Lanka
  45. Azerbaijan
  46. Oman
  47. Mauritania
  48. Bahrain
  49. Colombia
  50. Djibouti

External links

References

  1. https://www.opendoorsusa.org/christian-persecution/world-watch-list/