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Mexico: hard times for Protestants

A group of 47 displaced Protestants from Chiapas State were refused re-entry to their village in January, despite state government promises that village leaders had agreed to uphold religious freedom.

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Protestants protesting| photo: Voiceofthemartyrs

The Protestants, who were forcibly expelled from Buenavista Bahuitz village in Chiapas State in 2012, were initially told that they could only return to their homes if they converted to Roman Catholicism and participated in Roman Catholic religious activities.