Pray for France


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Fri, October 30, 2020, 2:12 AM PDT·5 mins read

NICE, France (AP) — Mourners lit candles and prayed silently Friday to honor three people killed in a knife attack at a church, as France heightened security at potential targets at home and abroad amid outrage over its defense of the right to publish cartoons mocking the prophet of Islam.

The attacker, who recently arrived in Europe from Tunisia, was hospitalized with life-threatening wounds, and investigators in France and his homeland are looking into his motives and connections, though authorities had previously said he acted alone. Tunisian antiterrorism authorities opened an investigation Friday into an online claim of responsibility by a person who said the attack on the Notre Dame Basilica in the Mediterranean city of Nice was staged by a previously unknown Tunisian extremist group.

From Pakistan to Russia and Lebanon, Muslims held more protests Friday to show their anger at caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad that were recently republished in a French newspaper as well as at French President Emmanuel Macron’s staunch defense of that decision and strong stance against political Islam.

  1. Pray For France | A Coalition of Prayer Ministries …prayforfrance.orgFRANCE NEEDS PRAYER. Once a country that widely held and defended the Christian faith, France is now 28% atheist. Every year since 2001, thousands of French people have interceded for France during the weeks before Easter. In recent years, prayer efforts have multiplied throughout France and have created a steady stream of intercession for the nation!
  2. World Pray For France – Image Results

Pray for France • 30 Days of Prayer for the Muslim World

Jun 25, 2017 · France: Praying for those who persecute you. In recent years, France has been the victim of several bloody terrorist attacks, inspired by Islamic extremism. Some of these attacks have been clearly focused, such as the killing of the artists at the magazine, ‘Charlie Hebdo’, or the clients of a Kosher supermarket and a rock concert – and of course the shocking assassination of an elderly Catholic priest.

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