Despite the intense persecution that Christians in Nigeria face, Nigeria was removed from the U.S. State Department’s Countries of Particular Concern list in November 2021.
Forced Conversion and Blasphemy Accusations Underscore Most Cases
Local Population Calls for Increased Security Measures
Second Attack on Ancha Village in One Week
Attack Occurs One Day After Six Christians Were Killed in Nearby Village
ulani Militants Threaten Further Attacks Against Christians in 2022
Beijing Announces New Measures to Curb ‘Illegal Religious Activities’
For Christians in Karnataka, this Christmas season is likely to be filled with challenges and opposition.
Sen. Lankford (R-OK) Earns Inaugural “Hero on the Hill” Award
Nepalese Christians Fear Further Use of Anti-Conversion Law
A leading voice on Christian persecution since 1995, ICC will give detailed findings in a 150-page report on 24 offenders and announce the worst of the worst in three categories.
Church Leaders View Arrests as an Attack on Nepal’s Minorities
The Underground Bishop was Taken Away for “Vacation”
President Erdogan Set to Oust 10 Western Envoys Calling for Justice in Kavala Case
American Leaders Assert Commitment to Safety of Afghan People Without Recognition of Taliban Rule
Religious Minorities Remain Vulnerable to Taliban’s Brutal Rule
Senator Portman Introduces Legislation to Address Taliban Takeover
Event Will Inform Council of Europe on Interreligious Dialogue
Turkey Backs Taliban at UN While Promoting Religious Genocide
Christians Vulnerable as Nigeria Drifts Away from Secularism
Over 100 Incidents of Persecution Documented in One Year Span
State Department Threatens to Hold $130 Million from Egypt Unless Human Rights Improve
Afghan Minorities Concerned by Apparent Political Victory by Group’s Hardliners
UN Member States Pledge Over $1 Billion in Humanitarian Aid