On Oct. 9, a group of people with machetes attacked a group of Christian men
at a prayer meeting in Bukoba, Tanzania, killing two. Dioniz Ng'wandu, 31, left
behind a wife and two small children, ages 4 and 2. Another man, Temistores,
25, was hospitalized with injuries sustained as he escaped. The church is
located in a Muslim-dominated area and is still under construction, with no
windows or doors. Church members have been threatened by Islamic
extremists, who want to run Christians out of the area.
VOM Sources, World Watch Monitor
Photo: Believers continue to gather for worship at their church in Tanzania
despite threats and two separate attacks by Islamic extremists who want to rid
the area of Christians.