NATO ally now ‘considers sharing Gospel an act of terrorism’

Andrew Brunson, an evangelical pastor, with wife Norine, ministered in Turkey for 23 years before he was arrested Oct. 7, 2016.

The Turkish government, which has been moving away from its secularist roots in recent years, now considers sharing the Christian Gospel terroristic.

That’s according to the American Center for Law and Justice, which has been defending imprisoned American Christian pastor Andrew Brunson.

Brunson, arrested in late 2016, is being held without charges.

However, ACLJ lawyers this week revealed that a Turkish court approved an indictment against Brunson, which means progress toward a trial will speed up.

The group said that since the indictment has been approved, the prosecution phase of the case will now begin. After almost a year and a half in prison, Brunson has his first court date set for April 16.

“The case file is now finally open, and by the end of the week, we should have access to all of



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