Seven Christians arrested in Laos for meeting in worship

In Cameroon, Boko Haram threat means pastoral care needs military protection

Synod on the family: There is no need to fear debate in the Church

Meriam Ibrahim shares details of ordeal in Sudan prison

Alliance supports marriage in Slovakia

ADF to Slovak court: Allow citizens to affirm their values at ballot box

British sex survey 2014: “the nation has lost some of its sexual swagger”

Sudan apostasy woman Mariam Ibrahim ‘to campaign’ for religious liberty

Incest should be decriminalized, says German ethics council

Is justice for Christians possible? World court to decide

Christians worldwide gathering to pray for American pastor imprisoned in Iran

ISIS kills Iraqi woman activist in Mosul

Woman uses hidden camera to expose life under Islamic State (video)

Forced abortions, suffering of millions of women decried on 34th anniversary of China’s “One Child Policy”

HeForShe: When are we going to get honest about gender issues?

Incest a ‘fundamental right’, German committee says

When does a life lose its worth?

ADF to top human rights court: Christian convert faces risk of persecution in Iran

French hostage in Algeria beheaded

Complete text of remarks by President Barack Obama to the United Nations General Assembly 2014

Islamic State crisis: Yazidi anger at Iraq’s forgotten people

US, Arab allies hit IS strongholds in Syria, Iraq

Pentagon: Strikes on Islamic militants to continue

New Scientist: Three-parent babies are ‘ethically troubling’

Why ISIS must be stopped

Fears mount that the Islamic State is plotting terror strike in Jordan

State is ‘fake church’ imposing its own form of morality on all

Escaping ISIS, with help from a Muslim

How a Nigerian school girl escaped Boko Haram: Is Washington still concerned?

How the “right to die” came to Europe (part 2)

    The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission: Over the past few decades the Dutch have expanded the scope of protected physician killing to include children. With their parent’s permission, a child between the ages of 12 to 16 years old may request and receive assisted suicide. Initially, minors could obtain an assisted death even if their parents objected, but after domestic and international criticism, the law was changed to require parental consent. Even before the Parliament made it legal to euthanize young children, doctors in the Netherlands took it upon themselves to end the life of infants and others who do not have the free will to agree to end their own lives, but whose existence doctors or parents deemed them “unfit.”

  • Posted: 09/19/2014
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How the “right to die” came to Europe (part 1)

France joins US against ISIS

Crisis pregnancy center film praised at UN Women’s Guild screening

International religious freedom policy and American national security

Uzbekistan: “We will continue fining you unless you stop storing religious literature in your home”

‘Named Person is ultimate insult to loving parents’

UK survey looks at clash of belief and work responsibilities

#WeAreN: The invisibility of Holy Land Christians

Europe court condemns Hungary’s church law again

NY man charged with aiding ISIS, plotting to kill American soldiers

ISIS and the fight for religious freedom

Man challenges Belgium’s euthanasia law after mom’s death

Tom Mortier sues Belgium, euthanasia laws after mother killed and family not informed

‘My 24 week baby exposes horrifying abortion law’

CPS announces prosecution for assisted suicide

Redefining marriage was unnecessary – Farage

Belgian murderer and rapist ‘allowed to die’ by court in landmark ruling

Lack of concern for Christians is one reason behind rise of ISIS, says Open Doors president

Belgian prisoner serving life sentence granted request to die

Rallying the United Nations in defense of Christians

Why Sweden’s election matters for American conservatives

Disabled ‘edited out’ of assisted suicide debate

Depressed mum euthanised – son takes legal action

Hindu extremists resolve to kill Christians they beat in Bihar, India

ISIS beheads British humanitarian aid worker

Hospital review confirms lack of abortion did not kill Savita Halappanavar

Pastor in Bhutan sentenced to prison for accepting funds for ministry – later released

Americans link violence with Muslims, but Obama says ISIL is not Islam

Murdered nuns laid to rest in the Congo as crime investigation continues

More than 5,000 dead in C. African Republic

Irish hospital staffers disciplined in case of woman denied abortion

Clergyman in legal fight against C of E over same-sex marriage

Life, marriage, and family must be affirmed at UN General Assembly session

    Zenit: The General Assembly, fondly referred to as “the GA” by U.N. aficionados, is most known for bringing the leaders of the world together under one roof. But beyond this, the GA is responsible for the creation of several hundred documents outlining the position of Member States on a myriad of issues ranging from women’s rights to sustainable farming, and everything in between. Every year, a handful of these documents touch on controversial life and family issues. While the spotlight shines on the heads of state, the real excitement of the GA extends behind closed doors as country delegates battle over references to reproductive and sexual “rights.”

  • Posted: 09/11/2014
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Pro-life group banned from university freshers’ fayre

Pakistani Christian in custody on accusation of defiling Koran

Children of ISIS killers play with severed heads

BBC faces criticism over assisted suicide drama

Pro-life clinic to rival private abortion service in Belfast

“In Defense of Christians” seeks to protect brethren from Egypt to Iraq

Saudi Arabia cracks down on Christian Bible studies – while arming Syrian terrorists

Christian, Hindu in custody in Pakistan on accusation of defiling Koran