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February 19, 2020   •   

A Service at the Church of Scientology Promotes Interfaith Harmony

The Church of Scientology Nashville opened its doors to all religious communities for a special service in observance of World Interfaith Harmony Week.

February 19, 2020   •   

Catholic Monk Held Captive by ISIS Believes in Peace

A Syrian-Catholic monk kidnapped and held hostage for nearly five months by Islamic State militants believes he is still alive because of the humanitarian work he did among Muslims displaced during the war in Syria in the years before he was abducted.

February 11, 2020   •   

International Religious Freedom Alliance Launched in Washington

U. S. State Department launched the International Religious Freedom Alliance February 5 in Washington, D.C.

February 10, 2020   •   

Nigeria President Condemns the Killing of Christian Pastor Andimi

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari joins Nigerians of all faiths and beliefs who are mourning the recent killing of the Rev. Lawan Andimi, a Christian pastor, by members of the Islamist military group Boko Haram.

January 27, 2020   •   

10 Worst Countries to Live in as a Christian

North Korea, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India are among the top 10 countries where the persecution of Christians is likely to recur this year, according to a leading Christian charity group’s World Watch List for 2020.

January 21, 2020   •   

British Envoy Shows ‘Respect for All Faiths’

Great Britain’s new Special Envoy for Freedom of Religion or Belief, Rehman Chishti, began his tenure last month by taking his oath of allegiance on three religious texts to show “respect for all faiths.“

January 20, 2020   •   

10,000 Marchers Protest Mounting Anti-Semitic Attacks

Recent violence has mobilized New Yorkers to stand with the Jewish community against anti-Semitism.

January 9, 2020   •   

Lecturer Sentenced to Death in Pakistan for Blasphemy

A university lecturer has been sentenced to death in Pakistan for blaspheming against Islam, drawing international attention to a verdict that independent United Nations human rights monitors have criticized as a “travesty of justice.”

January 8, 2020   •   

Egypt Holds Christian Coptic Activist in Pretrial Detention

Ramy Kamel, an Egyptian citizen noted for his work in documenting attacks on Egypt’s Coptic Christian churches and defending the human rights of the minority faith, is in pretrial detention in Cairo on a charge of belonging to a terrorist group.

January 1, 2020   •   

Muslim Volunteers in Canada Care for the Homeless in a Bus

As many as 900 Canadian Muslims are taking turns driving around Toronto at night in a bus through early March to provide the city’s homeless hot meals, hygiene kits, warm winter clothing and a chance to rest or seek temporary shelter.