‘Death to Christians and Arabs’: Violence steps up under new Israeli gov’t
Since Israel’s new government – the most right wing and religious in its history – came to power, incidents against Christians in Jerusalem have reportedly become more violent and common.
Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Ivan Provorov.
Pride Night: A Woke Game Christian NHL Players Won't Play
The NHL continues its social justice maneuvering – continuing to pressure players to participate in Gay Pride activities. When some players have chosen not to join in they have been subjected to intense pressure and condemnation.
Anti-Trans Activist Appears To Have Dropped Plans To Include Canada On Current Tour
Interesting how various ‘human rights’ organizations present Human rights. To label oneself ‘Antihate’ would seem to indicate an openness to hearing a variety of perspectives, rather than choosing one position and working to eliminate all others.
Arizona School Board Ousts Christian Student Teachers
Students at Arizona Christian University had teaching opportunities taken from them because of their school’s beliefs.
Waco Texas - The seige 30 years ago is still impacting America
This article written by two University of Dayton Professors (one of them receiving a Homeland Security grant to study the issue) touches on how the impact of Waco still still reverberates within the American public.
Jane Fonda reacts to overturning of Roe vs Wade
Jane Fonda is no stranger to extremist positions. Strange this wasn’t picked up by mainstream media – If someone on the other side of this issue said this about proabortionists, would the ‘cancelling’ be at full volume?
Freedom of Religion as a Human Right
The Council of Europe’s Upcoming Vote on Establishing “Sect Observatories” looking to keep an eye on cults and religious sects - one country's religion is another country's cult.
Progress in parts of Syria
North and East Syria have made huge headway in establishing a pluralistic society. There is commitment to protecting coexistence between ethnic and religious groups, and women from all backgrounds are serving in structures of governance.
‘Christian patriots’ are flocking from blue states to Idaho
Washington Post article detailing the movement of US ‘Christian nationalists’ into an area of Utah and discussing the differences arising within the movement as its political strength increases.
Iran finally releases Pastor
Longtime prisoner of conscience, Yousef Nadarkhani finally released from Iranian prison
U.S. report looking at Pakistan's failure to improve conditions for its minorities, growing intolerance within the country’s leadership for religious diversity.
Over the last several years Uzbekistan has made progress with ending police raids on religious minority communities; granting official registration to a small number of religious groups; releasing some prisoners for their religious activities.
Violence and Religious Freedom in Nigeria
Nigeria in the past, has experienced religious tolerance and harmony. But in the last decade non-state actors have stirred up violence and the failure of political leadership has resulted in ongoing and increasing violence for religious communities.
Religious Freedom in Egyptian Schools Reforms
An interesting USCIRF Conversation: Assessing Religious Freedom in Egyptian Curriculum Reform. Egypt has been encouraged to examine its school curriculum and improve the educations system approach to issues of freedom of religion.
Opposition spreading against U.N. proposal to make abortion a human right
The United Nations bureaucracy continues its radical agenda, deaf to the concerns and opposition of dozens of its members.
Bungee jumping while Tehran burns
We continue to wait for a serious response to the events in Iran. Will Canada finally step up and take a leadership role? Seems unlikely as we see the ongoing failure by Trudeau and Freeland. Canada still has a role to play in combatting tyranny.
California legalizes human composting bill against opposition by Catholic bishops
Several state legislatures are now allowing a new method of dealing with human remains.
Report: Free to Live
This 2022 preliminary report by OpenDoors explores and solidifies the direct relationship that we find exists between religious persecution of Christians and the life-altering situation of becoming an Internally Displaced Person (IDP) or refugee.
Wall Street Journal
Who is Mahsa Amini, and Why Did Her Death Spark Protests in Iran?
Mahsa Amini, whose death in police custody triggered worldwide protests, was a shy, reserved resident of a small town who never challenged the country's clerical rulers or its Islamic dress code, sources close to the family have said.
A Bold Act of Unity for Syrian Christians
A decision made last spring to bring religious minorities together to protect rights, made in an area not well known for religious harmony.
Afghanistan Freedoms Report
On August 15, 2021 the Taliban took control of Afghanistan. Since then, freedoms have been drastically curtailed and the Taliban is ruling Afghanistan in a similar manner to the way it ruled the country from 1996 to 2001.
The issues of religious freedom in Nicaragua centre around the Ortega government’s determination to punish the Catholic church for its participation in anti-government activity that stems from Ortega’s ongoing attempts to stay in power.
Five years later the Russian regime is still imprisoning Jehovah Witnesses
Five years on from the 2017 ban on Jehovah's Witnesses, prosecutors have launched criminal cases on "extremism" charges against more than 600 individuals, of whom more than 200 have so far been convicted.
India activist Afreen Fatima says her house bulldozed ‘illegally’
Muslim activist in India – loses her home while she is gone. House is bulldozed and personal items thrown on the ground in a lost nearby.
Pakistan court upholds death sentence of Christian brothers in blasphemy case
Pakistan’s abuse of its religious minorities continues, with long imprisonments and faulty decisions once again putting people at risk of the death penalty