North Africa

In the decade of the 1990s, a civil war raged in the North African country of Algeria. Entire villages were killed either by extremist Muslim rebels or by the militant government that sought to eradicate them. In the course of a decade, more than 100,000 men, women and children were killed. What went unnoticed to many in the West, was patently obvious to those who lived through it: these were Muslims killing Muslims.
In response, more than 10,000 Muslims walked away from Islam and were baptized as followers of Jesus Christ. Today, their numbers have more than tripled. This is their story.
Read more in David Garrison’s new book A Wind in the House of Islam.