There are fears that weeks of violence against the Christian community in north-eastern India will lead to civil war.
The attacks in the state of Manipur have left at least 70 people dead and forced another 10,000 Christians from their homes.
The destruction has been widespread, with at least 300 churches burned or demolished and 1,000 Christian homes destroyed, Open Doors reports.
Such is the level of concern that the charity has launched an emergency appeal to support the beleaguered Christian community.
Its partners on the ground are already providing food aid and medical care but warn that conditions for those who have fled are “grim”, with little support from the local government.
It is reported that Hindu nationalists are seeking out Christians to kill or forcibly…