(泛清真化). In Islamic Law, “halal” means permitted and “haram” means prohibited. By “generalization of halal,” the CCP means the use of symbols of Muslim identity and the respect of Muslim prescriptions in areas of life other than food. Campaigns against the “generalization of halal,” however, normally end up targeting also halal food itself.
Religious Liberty and US Foreign Policy: No Longer the Guiding Principle?
Freedom of religion has been recently placed by the U.S. at the top place in a hierarchy of human rights. This will change, announced Secretary Blinken.
181 Association of Disciples Members Arrested in Ningxia
Local authorities claim this is a fruit of their model policy of offering large rewards to those who denounce devotees of banned religious groups.
Bloody Holy Spirit Members Sentenced in Jiangxi
Bloody Holy Spirit: devotees from the Ji’an area of the Taiwan-based religious movement received jail terms up to 4 years and six months.
Scientology, Anti-Cultists, and Scholars: An Interview with Bernadette Rigal-Cellard
The internationally well-known French scholar tells Bitter Winter how she decided to study both the Church of Scientology and the “irrational hatred” targeting it.