(Jordan)–Registration restrictions are causing problems for the Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary. Under the current registration structure the school can’t educate converts from Islam to Christianity and limits their student body to Syrians, Iraqis and Egyptians. Compass Direct reports that visa restrictions are forcing Sudanese students out of class. They’re only allowed 30-day visas. Violation of that results in a two-dollar per day fine. Pray that these restrictions will be lifted and re-registration will be more permissive.
Story number 3 for 23 Jul 2001
By davidvranishJuly 23, 2001
- Primary Language: Arabic, Standard
- Primary Religion: Islam
- Evangelical: 0.3%