Tag: Asian Christian persecution

A new report shows the severe lack of religious freedom in China

ICC published an in-depth report in the summer of 2020 examining the legal mechanisms China uses to suppress religion. 

India: Tribal animists brutally beat pastor who refused to worship their gods

Open Doors notes that those who convert to Christianity are accused of following a “foreign faith” by Tribal animists.

Radical Hindu nationalists vandalised a church in Northern India

Attacks on Christians and their places of worship have continued to increase across India.

Christian leaders speak out against India’s newest anti-conversion law

In theory, the Constitution of India allows its citizens to choose and practice the religion of their choice.

Chinese persecuted Christian praises her time in jail

“Oh yes, that was a wonderful time,” Sister Tong says about her time in prison.

A church reopens after eighteen years of building permit struggles in Indonesia

Indonesian President Joko Widodo values the protection of people’s rights to freedom of religion and belief.

Christians demand justice after attack on Bangladeshi church

Police claim the incident is a land dispute and deny the existence of the church

A Chinese Catholic church will be destroyed in Xinjang

The faithful were asked to vacate the premises before the 19th of February.

Philippine police storm Catholic school to arrest students

Church, rights groups condemn a raid that police claim was a rescue bid to save indigenous children from terrorism

Indian Family Forced from Village after Refusing to Renounce Christ

The couple was told they would be killed if they returned – unless they recant Christianity