The journalist who reported on it is now himself at risk of being arrested.
Baháʼís should be harassed in schools and bazaars, excluded from universities, and regarded as “enemies.”
As a “compensation,” Chinese officials responsible for atrocities in Xinjiang were sanctioned by the House of Commons.
Sajjad Masih Gill was serving a life sentence from 2013 for allegedly offensive SMS. On appeal, judges said this was not enough.
The notorious Alexander Dvorkin and some of his friends claimed they are those who are persecuted—by the U.S. and Bitter Winter.
A court ordered its destruction in the name of French laïcité. Local authorities found a solution. An emblematic story.
Last month, a court decision allowed a copper mine to swallow the Arizona site. Now the Department of Agriculture has suspended the construction work.
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 pro-democracy activist, a critic of China, died in jail shortly after arrest on February 25—for “natural causes,” police claims.