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Mob shuts down hospital calling for Christians to be hanged
The Hague imam Fares Mokiem has to pay a fine of 675 euros because he has called those of other faiths ‘pigs’. In particular, the imam sees followers of the Ahmadiyya movement within Islam as ‘worse than animals’. It is very rare for an imam to be prosecuted for a sermon.
France’s Chief Rabbi Haim Korsia ‘’deeply’’ regretted the decision of the City Council of Strasbourg, France, to vote against adopting the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism, despite a surge of antisemitic incidents in the city over the last year.
On 22 March, a judge in Oran, Algeria upheld a five-year prison sentence for a Christian convicted of reposting a cartoon of Islam’s prophet on his Facebook account three years ago.
Samina Bibi, mother of Christian girl Shakina Johnson, has complained that the police are not making enough effort to recover her kidnapped daughter.
Some amendments passed by the Senate raise serious religious liberty issues. France’s top Christian leaders officially join Muslims in criticizing the draft law.
After several weeks of investigation, the ECLJ is releasing this Tuesday, March 30, 2021, a report and a reportage on the persecution suffered by people from a Muslim background in France following a conversion to Christianity.
Just after Jo Biden became the new president of the United States, the Egyptian Embassy in Washington published a document entitled “Strengthening national unity: Religious freedom and diversity in Egypt”.
On 24 March, the EU Delegation to the UN in Geneva issued a press release which summed up the activities of the EU on a number of issues at the 46th session of the Human Rights Council.
Pakistan’s attorney general and provincial advocate general have been issued notices by the Peshawar High Court regarding a petition calling for the removal of all punishments except the death penalty for blasphemy from the country’s penal code.
Indonesien: Vier Christen in Sulawesi getötet
Hintergründe der Tat unklar / örtliche Christen stehen unter Schock
Aserbaidschan: In armenisches Gebiet vorgerückt
Kongo: Wiedereingliederung von Kindersoldaten gefordert
Viele Kinder stellen sich als Soldaten zur Verfügung
Jordanien: Hilfe für Irakerinnen
Jordanische Christen helfen
Kaukasus: Radiosender unterstützt Christen
Niger: Fünf Menschen sterben
bei dschihadisten Überfall auf ein Dorf: Auch die katholische Kirche wird geschändet