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.
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.
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.
One of the largest copper mines in the U.S. is being created in Arizona. The problem, an Apache place of worship called Oak Flat will disappear.
Last week, another two Christians were accused under the notorious Section 295C of the Penal Code, which leads to mandatory death penalty.
Catholics, Evangelicals, and famous comedians all claim that the draft “Hate Crime and Public Order Bill” threatens free speech and religious liberty.
His brother is in jail in China for affirming his Kazakh identity. He believed he was free to protest in Almaty. He learned he was not.
Vatican-connected Aid to Church in Need collected 12,000 signatures to support the refugee.