Protests breakout in Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Arab Emirates to let in Christians Watch

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That is a good thing. It will boost the congregations at Holy Trinity Dubai

http://www.holytrinitychurchdubai.org/index.php?lang=en

and Christ Church Aden

http://cypgulf.org/christ-church-aden/

Practising Christianity is not legal in Saudi Arabia but it is estimated that 4.5% of the inhabitants are Christian (which means it is the same proportion as the UK population of Muslims) with Roman Catholicism as the largest denomination.
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