The expat and indigenous Christian groups are separated from each other and have to be careful when interacting with each other.
Many indigenous Christians converted outside the country. They face pressure from both family members and the local community to recant their Christian faith.
Many of the migrant workers have to live and work in poor conditions, while their Christianity adds to their vulnerability. Despite their living conditions, these Christian communities are growing.
There are two groups of Christians in Qatar:
Proselytizing Muslims is strictly forbidden and can lead to prosecution and banishment from the country. However, large worship events have been allowed in the recent past. The law does not recognize abandonment of Islam, which can lead to legal problems in personal status and property matters.
Employers can be a source of persecution to migrant converts. Both indigenous and migrant converts risk discrimination, harassment, police monitoring and all sorts of intimidation by vigilante groups.
Even so, reports of Christians being killed, imprisoned or harmed for their faith are rare.
The 4 point rise has three causes:
Open Doors supports the Body of Christ on the Arabian Peninsula through organizing prayer, distributing Scripture resources and training of believers and pastors.
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Leder: Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani
Befolkning: 2,7 mill.
Regjeringsform: Traditionelt emirat
Siste år: 38
Siste år: 62/100
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