The ubiquitous anti-blasphemy laws are used to threaten women activists with the death penalty, using fabricated evidence.
An intimate recollection of twenty-five years of hopes, disappointment, and “peaceful and rational” protests in Taiwan.
A new book discusses how religions end. Some are killed—by democratic states.
In a pastoral letter, Mgr. Vives calls for Roman Catholics to denounce the “hidden” persecution against Christians, and defend religious freedom for all faiths.
A nurse was accused of blasphemy for her criticism of the government’s reaction to the European Parliament motion censoring the country.
German citizens should sign declarations that they did not and will not participate in any Scientology-related activity before obtaining some public and private jobs.
A woman who organized the Maha Shivratri festival in Udmurtia, Central Russia, was charged for “illegal missionary activity.”
The Observatory of Intolerance and Discrimination Against Christians in Europe details incidents in several countries, including UK, Italy, Germany and Poland.
That the rights of the defendants were violated is obvious. Yet, no effective remedies appear to exist.