Canadian Court Empowers Police to ‘Do Anything Necessary’ to Disrupt Church, Find Pastor
Calgary Police and Alberta Health Services apply for and receive a secret warrant - “to use such reasonable force as they deem appropriate to gain access” to the building of the church led by Pastor Artur Pawlowski.
Washington Post slammed for tweeting 'very Catholic' Biden colliding with 'right-wing' bishops
I'm not aware that anyone has ever referred to Biden as ‘very Catholic’before. But if he is, as the Washington Post asserts, then anyone opposing him must be very ‘something else’, as in only ‘a rising groups of right wing’ bishops.
Christian pastor arrested for making 'homophobic statements' after preaching from the Bible
Elderly Christian pastor in London, England says he was treated 'shamefully' after being arrested for making 'homophobic statements' after preaching from the Bible.
Flagship Protestant colleges stripped of right to offer higher education in Russia
Russia is not letting up on its suppression of faith minority communities – at least three mainline Protestant seminaries have lost their accreditation in the last few months.
New Zealand lawmakers want ‘buffer zones’ banning pro-life speech at abortion centers
Proabortion zealots are never satisfied. After already removing virtually all restrictions re abortion the NZ Parliament moves to further repress the right to even speak about the issue.
Violating Rights: Enforcing the World’s Blasphemy Laws
For more information on blasphemy laws around the world, please see USCIRF's recent comprehensive report.
Reporters without Borders report on journalists detained, held hostage and missing
This report from Reporters without Borders details these incarcerations and the challenges faced by both professional and non- professional reporters. journalists detained, held hostage and missing
The watchdog says it has had to suspend its campaign and research work in India (file photo - Getty Images)
Amnesty International to halt India operations
Big news out of India – continuing pressure from Modi government forces the closure of Amnesty International operations in India.
City to pay $50,000 to evangelist banned from park
The Portland, Oregon city government has paid a street evangelist $50,000 after acknowledging last fall it was wrong to ban the man from a downtown park for preaching.
Hopes Wilt for Teaching Christianity in Schools in Sudan
Hopes that the transitional government in Sudan would bring back Christianity as a school subject alongside Islam wilted when officials omitted it from an academic schedule released last week.