Religious Intolerance in Myanmar

Along the Bay of Bengal and wrapping around the Andaman Sea is the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. It is home to 54

The Hazara people of Daykundi

The Fight of the Hazaras

The Hazaras have been subject to discrimination and oppression at least since the 19th century. As an ethnic minority within Afghanistan whose population largely

Thomas More University

A Talk on International Religious Freedom

On November 3, 2022, at Thomas More University (TMU), an event was held with past and present Ambassadors-at-Large for International Religious Freedom—Rashad Hussain and

G20 Religion Forum (R20) Indonesia 2022

Inaugural G20 Religion Forum Promotes Solidarity and Respect in The Emerald of the Equator

Thailand, 1997: A financial crisis starts which is deemed local to the country, but soon the same is seen in countries throughout Southeast Asia

Thomas More University

Rashad Hussain to Speak at Comparative Perspectives on International Religious Freedom Event

Do two people of different faiths and backgrounds, from different generations and upbringings, see religious freedom the same way? If there can be differences

First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia

Separation of Church and State In America? No Problem!—Unless…

At the Bangor Christian School in Maine ninth-graders are taught to “refute the teachings of the Islamic religion with the truth of God’s Word.”

Protest action near the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Kiev. (Donbas Stock Photos)

U.S. State Department Accuses Russia of Antisemitism and Exploiting the Suffering of Jews for its Own Agenda in Ukraine

In the space of a lifetime, the people of Ukraine have endured war (5-7 million lost in WWII), nuclear disaster (Chernobyl 1986), and civil

2021 - Storming of the United States Capitol (CC BY 2.0)

Is America a Christian Nation?

And Jesus said to them, “Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.” – Mark 12:17

Woman in Sandstorm In Sudan

Sudan Sentences a Woman To Be Stoned to Death Based on Islamic Law

On June 26 in Sudan, Maryam Alsyed Tiyrab was convicted and sentenced to execution by stoning on a charge of adultery, a violation of

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Does Religious Freedom Include the Right to Have An Abortion?

Then the LORD God formed the man from the dust of the ground. He breathed the breath of life into the man’s nostrils, and