U.S. troops have left Afghanistan, officially ending the 20-year conflict. Between August 14 until the 31st, the U.S. evacuated well over 100,000 people out of Kabul’s airport.
But violence broke out last week between the Taliban and local resistance forces in Afghanistan. The fighting revolves around the Panjshir Valley, a place of rugged terrain north of Kabul.
Meanwhile, many Afghan Christians are trying to leave the country, fearful of the Taliban’s rule. Brian Dennett of AMG International says, “Many Christians have actually identified themselves in their national ID program as Christians. It’s made it even easier for the Taliban to identify who they are, and we know that they are literally being hunted down.”
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SOURCE: Mission New Network, Katey Hearth
CALL TO ACTION
- Help AMG get aid to Christians fleeing Afghanistan.
- Ask God to break the power of the Taliban and bring freedom to the country.