Tag: Police injustice on Christians

London street preacher wins legal challenge

Supported by the Christian Legal Centre Sutcliffe expressed his joy to have been vindicated by the court.

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.

Police crackdown on worship services in India

Many radical Hindu nationalists view all religious conversions to non-Hindu faiths as fraudulent.

Pastor flees home after "merciless tortures" by police in India

Attacks on Christians have been on the rise since the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party won the 2014 national elections.

Churchgoers fined nearly $75.000 for Sunday worship in Nova Scotia

Testing is soaring and so cases are up; Walmart and Costco are packed, but going to church is a punishable offense.

Christians confined in their house by police in India

The ethnic Korwa villagers have officially ostracised the family.

Canadian pastor laments about "attacks on church reminding of communism"

Pastor Artur Pawlowski was born in Poland and lived under Soviet rule during part of his childhood.

Baptism service broken up by police for defying lockdown rules in Great Britain

“The pastor agreed not to proceed with the baptism or the in-person indoor service,” explained a police spokesman.

Leaders of Chinese Guizhou House Church taken away by the police

China is one of the country's in which Christians face the harshest persecutions.

Belarussian archbishop has been blocked from re-entering his country

Mike Pompeo, the U.S. Secretary of State, urged the Belarusian authorities to readmit archbishop Kondrusiewicz to Belarus.