|Leader||King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud|
|Population||32 743 000|
Believers from a Muslim Background cannot openly practice their faith in Saudi Arabia. Any impression to those around them that they might be Christians can have serious consequences. There are no church buildings at all in Saudi Arabia and Christian services take place in compounds or at home. Although the government formally recognises the right of non-Muslims to worship in private, the religious police (Muttawa) often do not respect this right. Christian services are seriously restricted by the strict gender segregation, prohibiting men and women from different families to worship in the same room. Christians who engage in such activities risk arrest, intimate body searches in life-threatening conditions, imprisonment, lashing, deportation, and sometimes torture.
You can pray Matthew 6:33:
“But seek first His Kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.”