International Institute for Religious Freedom

Bonn – Cape Town – Colombo

Animists/Tribal religions (as victims)

Kenya: Al-Shabaab went from door to door killing non-Muslims

'My husband told them we were Christians and they shot him in the head': How al-Shabaab militia went from door to door killing non-Muslims as Kenyan village watched World Cup

Sudanese official hails secular system in S. Sudan

The Sudanese state minister at the Ministry of Guidance and Endowments Mohamed Mustafa al-Yakooti described South Sudan's adoption of a secular system as "positive", in an unusual admission by an offi...

Nigeria: Death toll from church attacks, reprisals in north Nigeria up to 98; clashes ongoing

A curfew in a religious flashpoint state in Nigeria's north has failed to stop days of ongoing violence and almost 100 deaths, an official said Wednesday, as residents of another besieged city said a ...

Christians targeted in Sudan's 'Ethnic Cleansing'

Black, largely pro-south civilians of Nuba Mountains flee aerial bombing

Responding to Boko Haram’s Terror in Nigeria

WEA-RLC/IIRF Research and Analysis Report - 1/2012

Nigeria: Death toll rises in Kano state blasts, attacks foiled in Bauchi state

A series of bomb blasts rocked Bauchi and Kano states in northern Nigeria at the weekend, with the death toll in Kano estimated to be over 185 people.

List of attacks in Nigeria August and September 2011

Download the report bei Stefanos Foundation "Renewed killings in Plateau"

Police: At least 20 killed as sect attacks town hall during meeting in rural northeast Nigeria

Suspected gunmen from a radical Muslim sect attacked a town hall Friday in rural northeast Nigeria, killing at least 20 people who had gathered for a meeting of a Christian ethnic group, police said.

Indonesia: Religious tolerance bill creates news problems

Far from being a breakthrough, the religious tolerance bill has stirred controversy on fundamental issues ...

Indoensia: Church denied site as new bill threatens freedoms

Members of a church in Bogor, West Java, are determined to continue meeting outside their sealed building each Sunday until they are granted freedom to worship inside it, despite a ban on street meeti...