Recent cases highlight the danger of forced repatriation that Uyghur refugees face in Thailand and Pakistan, casting a disturbing shadow over Muslim states’ connivance with the CCP crimes.
As it was easy to predict, anti-cultists shamelessly exploited even the March 9 massacre in Germany to attack the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
A Second Letter by 80+ Ukrainian Academics Urges President Macron to Stop French Support to the Anti-Cult Federation FECRIS
The Ukrainian scholars also denounce the presence in the governmental anti-cult agency MIVILUDES of a politician who supported the Russian occupation of Crimea.
Silence, misrepresentation, and fake news transform one the most important allies of religious freedom into a pervasive and obnoxious enemy.
While Ukrainian religious organizations are heroically engaged in humanitarian efforts, a conflict within Orthodoxy threatens the unity upon which the country’s future depends.
Overcoming a lower court’s decision, the highest court in South Korea ruled that what Shincheonji did was not illegal.
Historically, Christmas gifts were intended to compensate those who during the year had received less than their due. It is surely the case of freedom of religion or belief.
An association calls for a Russian-style ban of the JWs in Spain. The Witnesses have sued for defamation, but the association is supported by most local media.
Japan is emerging as the main battleground between forces that have attacked religious liberty for centuries and those defending it.