Thursday, October 30, 2008

Agents of Chain


This just in. There's a chance to get prayed up for a good cause. Check it out:

Worldwide prayer chain for Egypt’s Baha’is

October 30th, 2008

On the 20th of October, Egypt’s Supreme Court postponed issuing a final verdict on whether Egypt’s Baha’is can list a “-” under the religion field in ID cards or leave in blank until the 3rd of October.

A new worldwide prayer chain will be held on the 2nd of November will be held in solidarity with Egypt’s Baha’i minority.

To support the process, we are organizing another World Wide Prayer Chain for November 2nd, as we had done previously for October 20th. For the entire 24 hour duration of the day, people around the world will be praying in 15 minute intervals that, God-willing, the decision towards the recognition of the Baha’i Faith in Egypt will be taken.

On the last occasion, over 100 people participated from every part of the globe, from Europe to the Americas, from Bahji to Temple of Sydney, and even Iran! We are confident the same will happen again.

We at the Muslim Network for Baha’i Rights will be joining with our prayers for our Baha’i brothers and sisters in Egypt, and we encourage our readers to do the same. It is our hope that justice will be finally served.

Don't know about what's been happening with the Baha'is in Egypt? Read up on it and then get your prayer on. Spread the word, let's see how many people we can mobilize.