Four Pentecostal missionaries arrested for distributing Bibles in a Muslim country

Four Romanians have been detained in Indonesia, a Muslim country, for distributing Bibles according to Antena3. The Romanians, aged 33-38, departed from Romania a week ago to seek Pentecostal Church followers in the Maluku Island of Indonesia. They were caught giving Bibles in the street and their whereabouts have been unknown ever since. A friend of theirs, also in Maluku, found that they had imprisoned and tried to visit them but they weren’t allowed to. Two of the detained were to get married next month, yet, they would only find out on Friday whether they will be released from detention.

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