Tag: Interfaith dialogue

Report finds hate crimes rising against Indian Christians despite lockdown

Persecution Relief said it had documented 293 incidents between January and June, including six cases of murder and five of rape.

Syria announces plans for replica Hagia Sophia

Although a seemingly pro-Christian decision from both Syria and Russia, this announcement is laced with geopolitical motives.

Mozambique: World turns its back as crisis worsens

As the crisis caused by the jihadist incursion worsens, the international community is failing those caught up in the chaos

Tunisian Christians fight for recognition

Religious minorities often assimilate into the dominant Arab-Muslim identity, despite Tunisia’s general respect for human rights

Pakistani Christians severely beaten by extremists

“Muslims will rebound as they chanted torching Christian’s houses, disgracing women, vandalizing Churches"

Greek Patriarch speaks of Hagia Sophia conversion

The Greek patriarch of Istanbul said: "Instead of uniting, a 1,500-year-old heritage is dividing us. I am saddened and shaken.”

Hopes wilt for teaching Christianity in schools in Sudan

"In remote areas where there are no churches or Christian schools students are forced to take Islamic Religion."

Catholic Church suffering violence in Ethiopia, Eritrea

Over the past two years, over 30 churches have been attacked in Ethiopia - half burned to the ground.

Sudan makes landmark move toward supporting religious freedom

The announcement this week came at the end of the latest round of negotiations between the two parties under the Juba Peace Proces

Religious freedom receives a small boost in Sudan

The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom says that Sudan has made some improvements in freedom of religion