Letters to Persecuted Believers -Alimujiang Yimiti

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In September 2007 Chinese government officials closed Alimujiang Yimiti’s business and accused him of using it as a cover up for “preaching Christianity among people of Uyghur ethnicity.”  Alimujiang, a former Muslim, became a Christian more than 10 years ago and has been an active Christian in the growing Uyghur church. 
On Aug. 6, 2009, the Kashi District Intermediate Court secretly sentenced Alimujiang to 15 years imprisonment on the charge of “illegally providing state secrets to foreign nationals.”

Gulinuer his wife, and her two children are only allowed to visit Alimujiang for 15 minutes every three months.  She said he needs prayer for prison life, since he encounters many who are antagonistic.  She requested prayer for her children.  She said her 8-year-old is always dreaming about when his dad gets out. Her oldest son has lost hope and is sad and discouraged.

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