Religious persecution

Thomas More Law Center Uncovers Taxpayer Funded Islamic Propaganda Forced On Teachers

The Thomas More Law Center (TMLC), a national nonprofit public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has uncovered evidence of a well-orchestrated Islamic propaganda campaign aimed at teachers in school systems throughout Michigan and several other states.

Save the Persecuted Christians Launches SaveUs Movement at National Press Club Jan. 17

The Center for the Study of Global Christianity estimates that between 2005 and 2015, 900,000 Christians were martyred. The goal of the SaveUs movement is to mobilize Americans to stand in the gap for the 215 million Christians worldwide experiencing brutal violence and abuse for their faith.

Trump Brings Home Christians Held By North Korea

Tony Kim,  Kim Hak-song and Kim Dong-chul were engaged in Christian missionary work in North Korea. Each of the former detainees was targeted because of his Christian faith and as a faithful Christian each was seen as an existential threat to the North Korean regime.

President Trump: Stop The FEMA Religious Discrimination

FEMA is acting like Obama is still in charge and enforcing a policy that stands in defiance of the recent Supreme Court ruling in Trinity Lutheran, which appears to protect the right of religious organizations to participate in widely available programs on equal footing with secular organizations.

Changing Hearts and Minds to Combat Religious Persecution

U.S. officials have never felt comfortable confronting the crime of religious persecution. They have few answers to offer other than pressing unwilling governments to better protect politically unpopular minorities.

Religious Persecution in the Middle East Threatens Us All

The current persecutions inflicted on many Christians in the Arab world is nothing new; is an extension of centuries of Islamic law, discrimination and societal bias, which have relegated Christians, as well as other minorities, to second-class citizenship.

The Charlie Hebdo Murders: The Real Atrocity Is Religious Persecution, Not Free Expression

There is no disguising reality. The problem of violent religious intolerance is almost uniquely Muslim. In most countries in which Muslims constitute a majority religious minorities suffer discrimination and persecution.

Blasphemous Oppression: Hold Pakistan Accountable For Persecuting Religious Minorities

A society in which life and dignity of the human person is not respected is more likely to become a hothouse for hostile ideas and beliefs. Although Americans cannot control policy in Pakistan, they can help highlight a problem that threatens people in that nation and ultimately others around the world.

Tell Senate: Protect Religious Minorities Abroad

Nina Shea, ChristianPost.com

Call your Senators now in support of bi-partisan bill, S.653, the Near East & South Central Asia Religious Freedom Act, which creates a Special Envoy at the State Dep't to protect persecuted religious minorities in the Middle East and Asia.