International Institute for Religious Freedom
Bonn/Guernsey – Brussels – Cape Town – Colombo – Brasília – Delhi – Tübingen
WEA-RLC Research and Analysis Report - 4/2012
WEA-RLC/IIRF Research and Analysis Report - 3/2012
WEA-RLC/IIRF Research and Analysis Report - 2/2012
WEA-RLC/IIRF Research and Analysis Report - 1/2012
Christians in Iran have faced a wave of arrests since the disputed presidential elections in June 2009.
Since a series of protests and demonstrations began across the Middle East and North Africa in December 2010, three regimes have fallen
At least four incidents of Christian persecution were reported from the former Soviet country of Uzbekistan this week.
A recent spate of violence in Egypt, mostly incited by conservative Salafi Muslims after President Hosni Mubarak’s downfall, has left over 24 killed, more than 200 wounded and three churches destroyed.
Three months after Algeria officially lifted its 19-year-old state of emergency following public protests inspired by uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt, President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has made it clear his regime will continue to impose restrictions.
The politics of Hindu nationalism, which fuelled Christian persecution for over a decade in India, seems to be losing ground.