Tag: Freedom of Religion

German law allowing ban on religious symbols in workplace confirmed by ECJ

Thiscould mean that Christians would not be allowed to wear any Christian symbol, lika a necklace with a cross in their workplace.

Court rules in favor of employee fired over deeply held beliefs

The case can still be appealed and is waiting for a final decision from the Court of Appeal.

House church pastor and wife fined for church gathering in China

After receiving the notice of administrative punishment, Preacher Yang posted a message on social media asking for prayers.

Christian CEO fired over views on marriage wins religious discrimination case

Discrimination of Christians in their workplace remains a widespread issue in the UK.

President Biden announces nominees to key international religious freedom roles

Matias Perttula, Director of Advocacy at ICC, expressed his willingness to "advance religious freedom globally."

Five Chinese Christians detained for attending a Christian conference

Xuncheng Church has been heavily targeted in recent months.

Chinese authorities interrupt Zoom church service

The recent church raid comes following the CCP's 100th anniversary, which led to the arrests of hundreds of Christians

Christian street preacher wins case after being fined for evangelising

The preacher said he was “very glad the magistrates threw the case out and that reason and justice prevailed.”

Blinken emphasizes human rights in meeting with Saudi prince

As of now, there is not a single church building in Saudi Arabia.

Chinese pastors ordered to preach on Xi Jinping’s speech

Xi Jinping delivered the address on the 1st of July, the 100th anniversary of the CCP.