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Tuesday 21st July 2009

Persecution of Eritrean Christians highlighted in Surrender single

LONDON hip-hop duo Surrender have partnered with Release International on a new single, "My Refuge", intended to bring attention to the imprisonment and torture of Christians in Eritrea. Said singer K.I.D., "When I first heard about the situation in Eritrea it was a shock and a serious wake up call about how real Christ and persecution are." "My Refuge", described as both moving and inspirational, can be downloaded from www.releaseinternational.org for a suggested donation of 3.00. CR

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Posted by HENOK TEKESTE in Oklahoma @ 02:39 on Jul 23 2009

This is clearly another CIA website, being used to beat down a strong-minded, anti neo-colonialistic African government.

The sickist thing of all is that you sheep like christians are singing songs in solidarity with phantom christians. That's right sorry to burst your hyper-inflated, self righteous, crusading bubble but there really are not christians suffering in Eritrea so go find yourselves a new niche pseudo 'africans in need' project and leave the hard working people of eritrea alone.



Posted by abebe woldehawariat in canada @ 20:20 on Jul 21 2009

The current Government of eritrea is anti peace to all east africa and oppresor to my lovely country eritrea, it is time to stand up for our country



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