From a safe haven, Pakistan has become a cruel persecutor for millions of Afghans overnight.
It is not because Freemasonry is anti-Catholic (which, in many countries, it is not) that Catholics cannot join it, the Vatican says, but because it teaches a method where there is no place for unquestionable dogmas.
Surprising some, on November 13 an old prohibition dating back to 1738 was confirmed. But while the prohibition is the same, the motivations are different.
The anti-cult About-Picard law is ineffective against real abuses and dangerous for religious liberty. The government wants to make it even more dangerous.
A report documents increased violence against Christians, fueled by discriminatory laws, although a grassroots interfaith movement offers some hope.
Contradictory Brazilian decisions against priests and ministers demonizing Afro-Brazilian movements test the grey area between freedom of expression and hate speech.
Two British psychologists and one criminologist venture onto a slippery road when they suggest extending provisions about domestic abuse to religion-based “ostracism.”
A Senate Committee’s report creates serious risks for religious liberty after the tragedy of Good News International Church.
The Unification Church Issue in Japan: A Japanese Christian Theologian Speaks. 2. The Other Half of the Truth About the Family Federation
The request of dissolution is based on “half-truths” that are in fact “half-lies.”