JESUS Reaches the World through the UK (a thorough study)

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One of our partners in the UK has done a thorough study from his efforts in distributing JESUS Film DVDs to Int’ls throughout the UK. People from all nation are being touched by JESUS in their own heart language. Our partner has compiled a list of the top ten cities in the UK where he has handed out the most Jesus DVDs.  Some percentages have been included for the more common languages in each city. Here are the incredible results:

Birmingham and its Suburbs

  • 15% Urdu (Pakistan)
  • 14% Arabic – Modern Standard & Egyptian (Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Libya, Syria, UAE, Kuwait, Egypt, Jordan etc.)
  • 12% Somali
  • 9% Kurdish
  • 6% Pashto (Afghanistan & Pakistan)
  • 6% Sudanese Arabic
  • Other: Farsi (Iran), Punjabi (India), Tigrinya (Eritrea), Bengali, Dari (Afghanistan), Chinese Mandarin, Algerian Arabic, Moroccan Arabic, Tunisian Arabic, Kabyle, Swahili (Tanzania, Kenya), Mandinka (The Gambia, Guinea), Soninke (The Gambia), Wolof (The Gambia, Senegal), Albanian, Amharic (Ethiopia, Eritrea), Tamil (Sri Lanka), Hausa (Nigeria, Ghana), Fuuta Jalon (Guinea, The Gambia), Vietnamese, Turkish, Hindi, Russian, Gujerati (India), Rumanian, Nepali, Polish, Indonesian, Malay, Tigre (Eritrea), Bambara (Mali, Ivory Coast), Tagalog (Philippines), Pulaar (Senegal), Dutch, Slovakian, Twi (Ghana), Nuer (South Sudan), Oromo (Ethiopia), Azerbaijani, Portuguese, Korean (North Korea), Uzbek, Chadian Arabic, Dinka (South Sudan), Tajik, Bulgarian, Serbian, Sinhala (Sri Lanka), Susu (Guinea), Jula (Ivory Coast), Shilluk (South Sudan), Bari (South Sudan), Mongolian, Upper Guinea Creole (Guinea Bissau), Czech, Thai, Hassaniya Arabic (Mauritania, Western Sahara), Zazaki (Turkey), Burmese, Chechen, Turkmen, Uygher (China), Kazakh, Italian, Spanish, Armenian, Zande (South Sudan), Jola Fogny (The Gambia), Croatian, Xiang (China), Ukrainian.

London and its Suburbs

  • 30% Somali
  • 15% North African Dialects (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia)
  • 12% Modern Standard/Egyptian Arabic (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, UAE, Syria, Libya, Jordan etc.)
  • 6% Urdu (Pakistan)
  • Other: Pashto (Afghanistan, Pakistan), Sudanese Arabic, Bengali, Tigrinya, Kurdish, Farsi (Iran), Dari (Aghanistan), Turkish, Swahili (Tanzania, Kenya), Amharic (Ethiopia, Eritrea), Nepali, French, Punjabi (India), Albanian, Hindi, Wolof (Senegal, The Gambia), Oromo (Ethiopia), Chinese, Fuuta Jalon (Guinea, The Gambia), Mandinka (The Gambia), Hausa (Nigeria, Ghana), Malay, Polish, Gujerati (India), Tagalog (Philippines), Tamil (Sri Lanka), Rumanian, Tigre (Eritrea), Bambara (Mali, Ivory Coast), Uzbek, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Bulgarian, Turkmen, Soninke (The Gambia), Sinhala (Sri Lanka), Mongolian, German, Russian, Azerbaijani, Chadian Arabic, Pulaar (Senegal), Shilluk (South Sudan), Czech, Twi (Ghana), Dinka (South Sudan), Bari (South Sudan), Susu (Guinea), Chechen (Russia), Italian, Spanish, Zande (South Sudan), Daza (Chad), Lhasa (Tibet), Greek.

Coventry

  • 21% Arabic – Modern Standard/Egyptian (Saudi Arabia, Libya, Iraq, Kuwait, Egypt, Syria, UAE etc.
  • 11% Swahili (Tanzania, Kenya)
  • Kurdish – 13%
  • Somali – 9%
  • Urdu (Pakistan) – 6%
  • Other: Pashto (Afghanistan, Pakistan), Dari (Afghanistan), Sudanese Arabic, Farsi (Iran), Tigrinya (Eritrea), Bengali, French, Chinese Mandarin, North African Dialects (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia), Fuuta Jalon (Guinea, The Gambia), Hausa (Nigeria, Ghana), Mandinka (The Gambia, Guinea), Punjabi (India), Malay, Amharic (Ethiopia), Wolof (Senegal, The Gambia), Romanian, Polish, Albanian, Turkish, Hindi, Gujerati (India), Soninke (The Gambia), Russian, Oromo (Ethiopia), Fulfude Adamawa (Nigeria), Tamil (Sri Lanka), Tigre (Eritrea), Bambara (Ivory Coast), Bulgarian, Dinka (South Sudan), Susu (Guinea), Lhasa (Tibet), Slovakian, Portuguese, Serbian, Maninka (Sierra Leone), Pidgin Cameroon, Moore (Ivory Coast).

Liverpool

  • 26% Arabic – Modern Standard/Egyptian (Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Iraq, Egypt, UAE, Jordan, Kuwait etc.)
  • 21% Kurdish
  • 9% Somali
  • 8% Farsi (Iran)
  • 6% Urdu (Pakistan)
  • 4%Sudanese Arabic
  • 4% North African Dialects (Algerian, Moroccan, Tunisian)
  • Other: Tigrinya (Eritrea), Pashto (Afghanistan, Pakistan), Dari (Afghanistan), Chinese Mandarin, Swahili (Tanzania, Kenya), Turkish, Bengali, French, Amharic (Ethiopia, Eritrea), Albanian, Vietnamese, Fuuta Jalon (Guinea, The Gambia), Mandinka (The Gambia, Guinea), Punjabi (India), Malay, Tamil (Sri Lanka), Russian, Romanian, Hindi, Oromo (Ethiopia), Korean (North Korea), Hausa (Nigeria, Ghana), Wolof (Senegal, The Gambia), Mongolian, Polish, Bulgarian, Tagalog (Philippines), Indonesian, Chadian Arabic, Gujerati (India), Tigre (Eritrea), Bambara (Mali), Pulaar (Senegal), Italian, Spanish, Jula (Ivory Coast), Thai, Zazaki (Turkey).

Sheffield

  • 35% Arabic, Modern Standard/Egyptian (Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Iraq, Egypt, Kuwait etc.)
  • 19% Somali
  • 9% Kurdish
  • 6% Sudanese Arabic
  • 6% Farsi (Iran)
  • Other: Urdu (Pakistan), Tigrinya (Eritrea), North African Dialects (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia), Pashto (Afghanistan, Pakistan), Amharic (Ethiopia, Eritrea), Dari (Afghanistan), Swahili (Tanzania, Kenya), Turkish, Bengali, Mandinka (The Gambia, Guinea), French, Malay, Oromo (Ethiopia), Wolof (Senegal, The Gambia), Tigre (Eritrea), Albanian, Vietnamese, Fuuta Jalon (Guinea, The Gambia), Russian, Hindi, Hausa (Nigeria, Ghana), Indonesian, Chadian Arabic, Dzongkha (Bhutan), Chinese Mandarin, Tamil (Sri Lanka), Bambara (Mali), Pulaar (Senegal), Pidgin Cameroon, Turkmen, Czech, Dutch.

Manchester (Greater Manchester)

  • 24% Arabic, Modern Standard/Egyptian (Saudi Arabia, Libya, Kuwait, Oman, Yemen, Iraq, UAE, Syria etc.)
  • 13% Somali
  • 11%Urdu (Pakistani)
  • 8% Kurdish
  • 7% Farsi (Iran)
  • 6% Sudanese Arabic
  • 4% Wolof (Senegal, The Gambia)
  • Other: Tigrinya (Eritrea), North African Dialects (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia), Dari (Afghanistan), Chinese Mandarin, Mandinka (The Gambia, Guinea), Pashto (Afghanistan, Pakistan), Swahili (Tanzania, Kenya), French, Bengali, Fuuta Jalon (Guinea, The Gambia), Oromo (Ethiopia), Amharic (Ethiopia, Eritrea), Mongolian, Punjabi (India), Turkish, Russian, Malay, Albanian, Vietnamese, Tamil (Sri Lanka), Romanian, Gujerati (India), Hindi, Hausa (Nigeria, Ghana), Indonesian, Azerbaijani, Tigre (Eritrea), Chadian Arabic, Twi (Ghana), Chechen (Russia), Maay (Somali), Czech, Korean (North Korea), Soninke (The Gambia), Susu (Guinea), Nepali, Sinhala (Sri Lanka), Zande (South Sudan), Hassaniya Arabic (Mauritania), Jola Fogny (The Gambia), Chaldean (Iraq).

Leicester

  • 26% Somali
  • 18% Arabic, Modern Standard/Egyptian (Libya, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Egypt etc.)
  • 13% Kurdish
  • 9% Swahili (Tanzania, Kenya)
  • 7% North African Dialects (Algerian, Moroccan, Tunisian)
  • 6% Dari (Afghanistan)
  • Other: Urdu (Pakistan), Sudanese Arabic, Pashto (Afghanistan, Pakistan), Farsi (Iran), Tigrinya (Eritrea), Turkish, Gujerati (India), French, Punjabi (India), Indonesian, Mongolian, Bengali, Malay, Wolof (Senegal, The Gambia), Mandinka (The Gambia, Guinea), Fuuta Jalon (Guinea, The Gambia), Amharic (Ethiopia, Eritrea), Maninka (Sierra Leone), Hausa (Nigeria, Ghana), Soninke (The Gambia), Portuguese, Chinese Mandarin, Oromo (Eritrea), Albanian, Romanian, Hindi, Azerbaijani, Chadian Arabic, Dinka (South Sudan), German, Uygher (China), Kazakh, Sango (Central African Republic).

Glasgow

  • 21% Arabic, Modern Standard/Egyptian (Saudi Arabia, Libya, Egypt, Iraq, UAE, Kuwait etc.)
  • 15% Urdu (Pakistan)
  • 11% Kurdish
  • 8% Somali
  • 7% Sudanese Arabic
  • 6% Farsi (Iran)
  • 6% Chinese Mandarin
  • 4% North African Dialects (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia)
  • Other: Tigrinya (Eritrea), Pashto (Afghanistan, Pashto), Swahili (Tanzania, Kenya, Somalia), Punjabi (India), Dari (Afghanistan), Amharic (Ethiopia, Eritrea), Turkish, Malay, Wolof (Senegal, The Gambia), Hindi, French, Bengali, Polish, Mandinka (The Gambia), Tigre (Eritrea), Tagalog (Philippines), Fuuta Jalon (Guinea, The Gambia), Hausa (Nigeria), Soninke (The Gambia), Russian, Tamil (Sri Lanka), Korean (North Korea), Bambara (Ivory Coast), Pulaar (Senegal).

Leeds

  • 20% Kurdish
  • 19% Arabic, Modern Standard/Egyptian (Saudi Arabia, Libya, Kuwait, Jordan, Egypt etc.)
  • 8% Urdu (Pakistan)
  • 7% Farsi (Iran)
  • 6% Tigrinya (Eritrea)
  • 5% Sudanese Arabic
  • 4% Somali
  • Other: Dari (Afghanistan), North African Dialects (Algerian, Moroccan, Tunisian), Pashto (Afghanistan, Pakistan), Wolof (Senegal, The Gambia), Swahili (Tanzania, Kenya), Soninke (The Gambia), French, Chinese Mandarin, Bengali, Mandinka (The Gambia), Fuuta Jalon (Guinea), Amharic (Ethiopia, Eritrea), Turkish, Portuguese, Malay, Bambara (Ivory Coast), Albanian, Upper Guinea Creole (Guinea Bissau), Punjabi (India), Polish, Oromo (Ethiopia), Romanian, Tigre (Eritrea), Russian, Tamil (Sri Lanka), Gujerati (India), Azerbaijani, Vietnamese, Daza (Chad), Konyanka (Liberia).

Bristol

  • 51% Somali
  • 12% Sudanese Arabic
  • 7% Arabic, Modern Standard/Egyptian (Saudi Arabia, Libya, Iraq, Egypt etc.)
  • 4% North African Dialects (Algerian, Moroccan, Tunisian)
  • Other: Urdu (Pakistan), Kurdish, Wolof (Senegal, The Gambia), Swahili (Tanzania, Kenya), Farsi (Iran), Pashto (Afghanistan, Pakistan), Tigrinya (Eritrea), Mandinka (The Gambia), Turkish, Punjabi (India), Bengali, Dari (Afghanistan), French, Amharic (Ethiopia, Eritrea), Polish, Russian, Fuuta Jalon (Guinea), Portuguese, Malay, Oromo (Ethiopia), Chinese Mandarin, Bambara (Ivory Coast), Azerbaijani, Hausa (Ghana), Nepali, Jula (Ivory Coast).

Please pause and pray for God’s continued blessing on this ministry!

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