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The Reformed Church

Houses of God | Highland Park, N.J.

Issue: "De-coding Morsi," July 28, 2012

Nine Indonesian refugees reside in the Sunday school classrooms of The Reformed Church of Highland Park, N.J. The church is giving sanctuary to eight men and one woman and is trying to stop their deportation, arguing that the nine Christians would face persecution and violence in predominantly Muslim Indonesia.

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