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Imragen of Western Sahara
The Imragen form a Moorish fishing and pastoral culture along the Atlantic shores, made up of three nomadic Bedouin tribes. They have strong cultural traditions. Their peculiar method of catching mullet with the help of dolphins is well known.
These people live in an area that is difficult for Christian workers to access.
Christian radio and television can overcome the obstacle of remoteness.
Pray for the Christian believers who will someday emerge from the Imragen, that they will be taught properly in the faith and become mature, leading holy and productive lives.
Pray for safety for those who fish, and for good schools for the children.
"Let the nations be glad and sing for joy; For You will judge the peoples with uprightness and guide the nations on the earth." Psalm 67:4