Abdel Fattah El-Sisi

Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s Victory Celebrated by Egypt’s Religious Minorities

Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's presidency is a positive sign for religious minorities in Egypt. After many months of preparation and speculation, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has won

Non-Religious Religious Experiences

Can the Non-Religious Seek Religious Experiences?

Many Canadians claim no religious affiliation and consider themselves non-religious. However, many of these people still hold religious or spiritual beliefs. It is not

PA Methodist Pastor Suspended

PA Methodist Pastor Leaves Position After Performing Same-Sex Marriage for Son, Becoming Gay Rights Advocate

A United Methodist pastor from Pennsylvania who presided over his son’s marriage to another man was stripped of his authority for thirty days this

Suzan Johnson Cook Set to Resign

Suzan Johnson Cook Set to Resign From International Religious Freedom Ambassador-At-Large Position

Ambassador Cook gave the keynote address earlier this year at the Annual Susan B. Anthony Birthday Luncheon Suzan Johnson Cook is set to announce

Quebec Religious Garb Ban

Quebec Residents Speak Out Against Freedom Of Religion Violations

Quebec is rumored to be proprosing legislation that would ban state workers from wearing religious garb, such as the hijab. The Canadian media is

WRN Religious Freedom Resources

Religious Freedom – The Right Of Every Human Being: Background, Sites & Resources

Religious freedom is a right that we all have. We are all free to practice a religion of our own choosing or we can

Pope Francis

Pope Francis Condemns the Use of Chemical Weapons on Twitter

With utmost firmness I condemn the use of chemical weapons.— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) September 3, 2013 While Twitter is a popular medium for linking