Saudis arrest 28 Christians, including children, in sweep of private home

Fox News reports that 28 Christians were rounded up and arrested Friday in a private home in Saudi Arabia and their Bibles confiscated. The sweep was conducted by hard-line Islamists from the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice.

#SaudiArabia continues to clamp down on #Christians as reported by @BenWeinthal

— Ben Evansky (@globalposts) September 10, 2014

Christian women & children rounded up by Saudi Arabia Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice

— Allen West (@AllenWest) September 16, 2014

According to the Saudi Gazette, children, as well as men and women, were detained. According to human rights activists, their current situation is unknown.

@KirstenPowers nice ally!

— dragon pepper (@dragonpepper) September 16, 2014

@KirstenPowers @MailOnline and they are suppose to be our allies.

— Conservative Cutie (@AgingRepublican) September 16, 2014

@KirstenPowers @MailOnline What are they going to do, behead them in the public square? WTF? Talk about “intolerance!”

— Jay Morris (@The_Potlikker) September 16, 2014

@KirstenPowers @MailOnline if they can’t let people abandon the faith then maybe we shouldn’t support them. Too much hypocrisy.

— F Sherman (@fredlmyb) September 16, 2014

@KirstenPowers from all the faith/religions in the world. why are christians being targeted the most?? Why christians? Anyone know?

— vic estrada (@estradav70) September 16, 2014

@KirstenPowers @HeatherChilders @MailOnline where is the worldwide outrage…or even one in DC……… where to be seen or heard.

— Ian MacGregor (@macgregor63) September 16, 2014

Christians under attack and home and around the globe. This has to be stopped. Saudi’s are NOT our Friends #tcot

— Alex Goodman (@alex_goodman) September 10, 2014

People need to know! Christians are under assault!

— Zach Adams (@zach_adams) September 10, 2014

Who R the good guys? Saudi Arabia continues to cleanse Christians. Maybe they and ISIL deserve one another.

— Blue Tang (@dragoon1176) September 10, 2014

Fox News’ Benjamin Weinthal reported that State Department spokeswoman Jen Pskai said she “was not aware of the arrests, but pledged to look into the reports.”

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