USCIRF’s 2021 Annual Report highlights the prevalence and impact of hate speech targeting religious communities, including in India, Pakistan, Vietnam, Nicaragua, and Turkey.
Perpetrators Promote Christian Genocide Language During Attack
“One only needs to look at the Kavala case and Turkey’s actions in Artsakh to see that Turkey’s ruling government wishes to suppress all historical recognition of the 1915 genocide so that they can continue this genocide in the modern era.”
President Erdogan Set to Oust 10 Western Envoys Calling for Justice in Kavala Case
Our world today would look very different if not for Our Lady of Victory’s miracle at Lepanto 450 years ago this October.
On October 7, the Roman Catholic Church celebrates the yearly feast of Our Lady of the Rosary.
Religious Minorities Remain Vulnerable to Taliban’s Brutal Rule
Turkey Backs Taliban at UN While Promoting Religious Genocide
Members of Congress Promote Accountability for Artsakh, Humanitarian Aid
Armenian Apostolic Church Expresses Regional Religious Freedom Concerns
Cyprus Decision Over Schoolbooks Resurrects Turkish Hostility
Announcement Coincides with Events Celebrating Religious Freedom Abuses
On Monday, August 23, ICC released a report that predicted Turkey’s growing military role in the Middle East, particularly as it relates to the Afghanistan crisis. This runs parallel to a worsening religious freedom environment within Turkey.
Anti-Terrorism Laws Used to Disregard Religious Freedom
“We remain concerned whether the Biden administration is still committed to putting religious freedom as a central principle in the United States’ foreign policy priorities.”
Now is the Time to Name Grey Wolves as an Entity of Particular Concern
Opposition legislators in Turkey are accusing Ankara’s leaders of secretly selling out Uighurs to China in exchange for coronavirus vaccines
Churches Frequently Targeted; Justice Left Unattained for Christian Victims