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Religious persecution in Cuba: Former political prisoner Pastor Omar Gude tells his story

Via Uncommon Sense:

Pastor/ex-political prisoner Omar Gude and wife testify on lack of religious liberty in Cuba

Cuban Pastor Omar Gude Perez is a former political prisoner jailed for several years by the Castro dictatorship for no good reason, other than it could not bear the thought of him exercising his religious liberty.

Now in exile in the United States, Gude and his wife Kenia recently offered their testimony about their experience as Christians in communist Cuba, and their continued prayers for Cuba.

"Because even though it may appear there are changes taking place in the country, there is not genuine and true change," Gude said, in a video released by Christian Solidarity Worldwide, a London-based group that for several years has advocated on Gude's behalf and highlighted religious repression on the island.

With English subtitles, the video is a must-watch:

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