Since tensions flared up in Yemen this spring, Christians in the city of Aden have faced what the Anglican Bishop of Cyprus and the Gulf has referred to as “terrible” conditions, even as tensions appear to have died down.
A coalition of Middle East nations have bombed Houthi army units and other rebel strongholds, while Sunni-led Saudi Arabia believe that Shi’ite Iran is behind the rebels, who have taken control of much of the country since late March. The coalition seeks to restore Yemen’s President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.
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