Day 26

Tunisia, North Africa

Tunisia’s interior ministry has sent a police robot to patrol the streets of the capital and enforce a lockdown imposed last month as the country battles the spread of coronavirus.

Known as PGuard, the “robocop” is remotely operated and equipped with infrared and thermal imaging cameras, in addition to a sound and light alarm system.

Lord, help our people to realize that there is a living God who can protect them from the misery.

As security patrols are operated autonomously through artificial intelligence in the country, we declare that You are EL TSADDIK, The righteous God, who is just and faithful to save Your people from harm (The Bible, Isaiah 45:21).

Population: 11,722,038
Chief of State: President Kais Saied
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Elyes Fakhfakh
Christians: 0.3%
Evangelical Christians: 0.0%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: 34th
Life Expectancy: 75.89 Years
Literacy Rate: 88.3%
Population Below Poverty Line: 3.8%
Refugees Living in Tunisia: 1,135
Cambodia, Southeast Asia

Cambodia’s government initiated a controversial state of emergency; it says it is in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Critics say the state of emergency laws are being used to further suppress the nation. Today we declare the power of a GOD WHO ACCOMPLISHES ALL THINGS.

Father God, You are able to remove people from power, and raise up new leaders. You are able to cause the Gospel to spread in this closely controlled nation.

You are able to open the eyes of Cambodians to the truth of who You are. We speak this over Cambodia today, in Jesus’ Name (The Bible, Psalm 57:2).

Cambodia is using coronavirus as an excuse for human rights abuse (Sydney Morning Herald)

Population: 15,288,489
Chief of State: King Norodom Sihamoni
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Hun Sen
Christians: 3.2%
Evangelical Christians: 1.6%
Dominant Religion: Buddhism
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 64.14 Years
Literacy Rate: 73.9%
Population Below Poverty Line: 20%
Refugees Living in Cambodia: 104