Protecting Aid Workers in Danger Zones

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Chris Leggett is not the only victim of violence against Christian workers in Muslim countries recently.

In Yemen, the bodies of three Christian workers were found mutilated in a remote region near the border of Saudi Arabia last month.

What can Christians and other NGO-types do to protect themselves while working in hostile areas?
John Schafer is a security consultant with InterAction. He travels the world advising aid workers and others on how to stay safe in danger zones and he joined CBN News from our Washington, D.C. bureau. Click player to watch.

Among the victims were two German Christians.
Anita and Rita attended Brake Bible School in Lemgo, Germany, and reportedly were serving an internship at a Yemeni hospital.

The third victim, a South Korean woman, taught the children of foreign Christian workers.
The women were kidnapped, along with six others, while hiking in an area known as an Al-Qaida stronghold.
The six are still missing.

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