Those sentenced to death may be assisted in their last moments by a Christian chaplain only, even if they belong to another religion. Muslims protest.
The human rights activist announces he will remain in exile until a second prosecution will also be terminated.
For the second time, Mariya Ibrahim is before the European Court of Human Rights, where she already won a case in 2019.
The United States and four Special Rapporteurs of the United Nations tell the government the practice is against religious liberty of Muslims and others.
Protestants and Roman Catholics are protesting a new law that would compel all religious bodies to translate into Danish and publish in advance their sermons.
On January 24, scholars from different continents discussed how to educate to freedom of religion or belief, conscience, legality, and fiscal fairness.
A member of the government claims that “Evangelical branches from the US” require a “certificate of virginity” from women before marriage.
An ex-member sued to get her donations back, saying she was “psychologically manipulated,” and won. The Church is appealing, claiming religious discrimination.
A tragedy where seven people died during exorcisms performed by an evangelical sect is leading to a broad provision targeting “cults” in general.