Survivors Call for the End of ‘Apostasy’ Laws: When the Freedom to Believe is a Crime

Survivors who escaped torture and death sentences for their religious beliefs are calling for the end of “apostasy” laws.

When the Freedom to Believe is a Crime

Survivors who escaped torture and death sentences for their religious beliefs are calling for the end of “apostasy” laws.

ChinaAid Welcomes Two Dissidents to Safety

China Aid Association welcomes the safe arrival of Wang Jingyu and his fiancé, Wu Huan, to the Kingdom of the Netherlands where they have applied for political asylum after enduring persecution in China, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Turkey, and Ukraine.

Religious Freedom Summit Brings Hope to Persecuted Believers in Middle East

In a part of the world where Christians and Jews were once dominant and, as recently as the 1950s comprised 20% of the population, the Rev. Andre YS Mahanna stands tall in the Middle East as he advocates for the Christian faith.

At Least 45 Churches Set on Fire in Canada as Attacks Escalate

An apparent ongoing anti-Christian campaign in Canada has resulted in a total of 45 churches attacked with some of the buildings burned to the ground.

Public Prayer Prohibited on Grounds of U.S. Capitol Building on July 4

A Christian minister was denied the right to conduct a peaceful prayer vigil and worship service at the Capitol after he was told his permit would not be processed because the U.S. Capitol grounds were “restricted.”

Ministry Survey Shows Religious Freedom at Risk

Christian social conservatives answering a recent D. James Kennedy Ministries (DJKM) survey reported pervasive ill-treatment for their Christian faith.

Gathering for Public Prayer at US Capitol Prohibited on National Day of Prayer

For the first time in 70 years, there will be no public prayer gathering at the US Capitol Building during The National Day of Prayer.

Church Doors Locked After Court Order

This past weekend, those who wanted to attend Trinity Bible Chapel in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada found the church doors locked against them. The closure came following a court order granted to the attorney general to lock the doors for one week after “allegedly breaking COVID-19 restrictions on a repeated basis,” Kitchener Today reports.

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