Myanmar's Thantlang Pentecostal Church burnt down

“Small sparks of fire can be seen from the United Pentecostal Church and its clergy quarters burnt to the ground during the junta's continued assault on the city of Thantlang. "

On December 4, the town of Thantlang in Myanmar was targeted by the Burmese army according to the Chin Human Right Org. Nineteen structures were reportedly destroyed. Among them, the Pentecostal Church.

“Small sparks of fire can be seen from the United Pentecostal Church and its clergy quarters burnt to the ground during the junta's continued assault on the city of Thantlang. A total of 19 structures were destroyed in the latest attacks yesterday. "

according to International Christian ConcernSince September 9, more than 450 houses and five churches have been burnt down. More than 100 residents have fled the violence.

MC

Image credit: Jose_Matheus / Shutterstock.com / The city of Thantlang in February 2017

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