This mainly Shia-Islamic country is relatively tolerant in general because of its international position in banking and trade. A considerable number of expatriate Christians (mainly from South Asia) work and live in Bahrain and are relatively free to practice their faith in private places of worship, but proselytizing Muslims is illegal. In Bahrain, Christians face the strongest persecution in the private sphere of life followed by the church sphere. Believers from a Muslim Background face the severest form of persecution orchestrated mainly by family, community leaders and government officials.
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