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Remembering the martyrs at Jibla Baptist HospitalJIBLA, Yemen (BP) -- It's been 15 years since I walked the dry, stony grounds of Jibla Baptist Hospital in Yemen, where a lone gunman murdered three International Mission Board medical missionaries on a December morning in 2002.
Southern Baptists had invested their lives in this medical center for more than 35 years as they cared for thousands of people in this struggling Middle Eastern nation.
I arrived shortly after the Dec. 30 attack to cover the tragedy. Just days after the ... Read More
Floyd decries murder of nuns, 12 others in Yemen
ADEN, Yemen (BP) -- Southern Baptist Convention President Ronnie Floyd is among Christian leaders decrying the murder of four nuns and 12 others at a retirement home established by the late Mother Teresa in war-torn Yemen. Read More
Yemen's tumult prompts prayer for peace, comfortSANAA, Yemen (BP) -- As political upheaval dating back to the Arab Spring continues in Yemen, United Nations special adviser Jamal Benomar expressed concern that the nation is moving toward civil war. The U.N. Security Council met on Sunday (March 22) to discuss the mounting crisis in the Mideast nation.
"Peaceful dialogue is the only way forward," Benomar told the council. In assessing the situation, he said the country is in a "rapid downward spiral" and at "the edge of civil war." Read More