These days good news is rare in the field of religious liberty. But while the case of Pakistan remains serious, good news should be heralded.
The 2016 Taxpayers Rights Protection Act should have solved the problems of unfair tax enforcement. It did not succeed completely, as the Tai Ji Men case continues to show.
The pro-democracy activist, a critic of China, died in jail shortly after arrest on February 25—for “natural causes,” police claims.
Aamir Liaquat Hussain is a TV personality, a politician, and the former Minister for Religious Affairs. He has also a reputation for offending religious minorities.
Rogue bureaucrats guilty of human rights violations should be prosecuted to prevent further abuse.
A criminal court in Ghent is called to examine how the Jehovah’s Witnesses deal with some of their ex-members. They maintain they just follow the Scripture.
A Webinar revisited the notion of “social justice,” and how it was violated in the Tai Ji Men tax case in Taiwan.
A music teacher with extensive academic experience reflects on what music has to do with global education and human rights.
According to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, the offensive content does not violate Free Exercise rights. A petition for certiorari was filed last week.