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November 20, 2020   •   

Ahmadis, Persecuted for a Century, Respond Compassionately Despite Intolerance Amid COVID-19 Fury

Across much of the Muslim world, the Ahmadiyya have long been persecuted for their theological beliefs.

November 18, 2020   •   

The Flag Land Base, Then and Now

Seven years ago, Mr. David Miscavige, ecclesiastical leader of the Scientology religion, dedicated the Flag Building—the magnificent 377,000-square-foot Scientology cathedral.

November 17, 2020   •   

In Memoriam: Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, orthodox rabbi who served as chief rabbi of United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth from 1991 to 2013, passed away November 7.

November 16, 2020   •   

Sikh Rapper, Refusing to be Silenced, Shoots to the Top of Australia’s Hip Hop Scene

On International Day of Tolerance, Scientology Religious Freedom Blog features Sukhdeep Singh Bhogal, an Australian Sikh rapper who uses his stardom to oppose racism, class and injustice.

November 10, 2020   •   

In Memoriam: Bishop Harry Jackson Jr. Senior Pastor of Hope Christian Church

Senior pastor at Hope Christian Church, Bishop Harry Jackson Jr., known for his moderate voice, passed away 9 November 2020.

November 10, 2020   •   

Southeast Asia Freedom of Religion or Belief Conference Resumes Fall Webinars

The Southeast Asia Freedom of Religion or Belief Conference (SEAFoRB), an annual assembly of religious freedom advocates, human rights groups, academics and policymakers, resumed its 2020 series of webinars today in Bangkok, Thailand.

November 3, 2020   •   

Bahá’ís Have Been Ordered to Report to Prison Solely for Practicing Their Religion

Eight members of Iran’s banned Bahá’í community convicted of disrupting national security by practicing their faith have lost their judicial appeal to delay imprisonment.

November 2, 2020   •   

Elite Marathoner’s Shabbat Observance Challenges Tokyo Olympics Schedule

Orthodox Jewish runner, Beatie Deutsche, winner of Israel’s national marathon championship in 2019, won’t be competing in the Tokyo Olympics unless the IOC changes their decision and holds the women’s marathon any other day but Saturday.

October 29, 2020   •   

Commemorating International Religious Freedom Day and the International Religious Freedom Act

October 27 marked the anniversary of International Religious Freedom Day, a testament to the right of all to freely practice the religion or belief of their choice.

October 27, 2020   •   

Thoughts on International Religious Freedom Day From the Church of Scientology Nashville

In any ordinary year, the Church of Scientology Nashville holds a special service to observe International Religious Freedom Day, open to members of all faiths or none. But this is no ordinary year.