Washington, DC – The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) today reiterated its calls for the release of Nigerian religious … More
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Judicial Watch: Records Detail U.S. Embassy Concerns about China’s ‘Anal Swab’ COVID Testing of U.S. Diplomatic Personnel
“It took six months and a federal lawsuit to confirm that our embassy in Beijing was concerned about the Chinese government’s invasive anal swab and other COVID testing of our diplomatic personnel…”
USCIRF Releases New Report on Religious Minorities in Afghanistan
USCIRF has issued several press statements calling on the State Department to prioritize refugee resettlement of Afghan religious minorities and condemning attacks on religious minorities.
United States to Send Humanitarian Aid to Afghanistan
American Leaders Assert Commitment to Safety of Afghan People Without Recognition of Taliban Rule
Judicial Watch Sues for Info on Biden Administration Shut Down of China-COVID Investigation
The COVID-19 pandemic was avoidable.
Congress Sends Warning to Burma’s Oppressive Military Junta
“The international community must push back vigorously against the Tatmadaw…”
USCIRF Releases New Report on Religious Freedom Conditions in Saudi Arabia
In its 2021 Annual Report, USCIRF recommended the State Department re-designate Saudi Arabia as a “Country of Particular Concern,” or CPC, for systematic, ongoing, and egregious religious freedom violations.
Egypt Announces Human Rights Agenda Amid US Threat to Withhold Military Aid
State Department Threatens to Hold $130 Million from Egypt Unless Human Rights Improve
USCIRF Releases New Report on Houthi Religious Repression in Yemen
Mystic Monk Coffee Washington, DC – The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) today released the following new … More
NIGERIA: State Department Should Redesignate Nigeria as a Country of Particular Concern
Radical Islamist terrorists active in Northeastern Nigeria continue to viciously attack and kill Christians and Muslims alike who reject its extremist ideology, and recent reports reveal that no fewer than 3,462 Christians have been murdered for faith-related reasons in 2021 so far.