Pastor: Morroccan Gov't Has Violated People's Rights

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More than 40 Christians were deported from Morocco last week, including members of a group that had helped run an orphanage in the country.

The government said the missionaries were proselytizing, which is against the law in Morocco.

Many of the Christians worked at the Village of Hope where 33 orphans are currently housed. For the Moroccan children there, Christian aid workers have been the only parents they've ever known.

The expelled Village of Hope workers are concerned that no one will care for the needs of their orphans, including one with cerebral palsy who needs special care.

Jack Wald is the pastor of Rabat International Church in Rabat, Morrocco.  CBN News asked Wald about how life has changed for Christians in Morroco in recent weeks.  Click play to watch the interview.

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