What does Kenya’s wave of anti-Christian violence mean?

Euthanasia: Don’t make our mistake, says Dutch academic

China and Russia top governments responsible for damaging, vandalizing churches, mosques, says new study

Religious freedom in peril

Waiting for Mariam: City hopes to greet Christian sentenced to death for her faith

The tragic exodus of Iraq’s Christians

Hate-speech laws a ‘tool of totalitarianism,’ lawyer warns

Christian bakery owner won’t make cake for same-sex marriage, won’t back down

Muslims banned from forcing Sharia law on people by India Supreme Court

Her mother was almost forced to have a sex-selective abortion at 8 months, thankfully she’s alive

Meriam Ibrahim: My daughter is physically disabled because I gave birth in chains

ISIS terror group declares Caliphate in Iraq, Syria; Nails 9 men to cross for rebellion

Canadian town boots Chick-fil-A leadership conference over restaurant’s marriage stance

“They want to cleanse the Christians:” 10,000 flee Christian communities in Northern Iraq as ISIS takes over Mosul, says UNHCR

Chinese Christians tearfully sing hymn as Church cross removed (video)

Indonesia is at a crossroads – Its future as a pluralistic democracy hangs in the balance

Meriam Ibrahim freed again in Sudan, flees to U.S. Embassy

I am a Christian, and I will remain a Christian: What we can learn from Meriam Ibrahim

Forced abortion in China confines woman to wheelchair afterward

Volunteers in India go undercover to stop illegal sex-selective abortions

Sudanese Christian woman freed again

Copt convicted of ‘blasphemy’ in Egypt for ‘liking’ Facebook page

Sudan summons U.S., South Sudan envoys in row of Christian convert

Euthanasia case rejected by UK’s highest court

In face of ISIS advance, many Iraqi Christians insist on staying put

    Huffington Post: Across the street from a Christian church in this quiet northern Iraqi town, Mounir Behram sits down for lunch with his family. He works as an armed guard protecting the church, an easy job on most days. But now, hardline Sunni extremists — infamous for targeting those who don’t conform to their brand of Islam — control nearby Mosul, the country’s second-largest city. He is plagued by worries that the extremists will invade this predominantly Christian town.


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Legal committee in Finland votes against same-sex marriage

North Korea publicly executes 80 for possessing Bibles

Boko Haram abduct 60 females, kill 30 men in northeast Nigeria

Egyptian court sentences Christian journalist to prison for ‘sectarian strife’

Sudan death row woman Meriam Ibrahim freed again

Pope Francis opens Center for Law and Religion Forum’s conference with statement on religious liberty, persecution of Christians

Meriam Ibrahim arrested again while trying to leave country after initial release

Clergyman in same-sex marriage told he can’t conduct services

The stolen girls of Nigeria

Iraq’s beleaguered Christians make final stand on the Mosul frontline

A Christian convert, on the run in Afghanistan

Sudan court will free Meriam Ibrahim, sentenced to death for her Christian faith

Canada: Trans kids referred to as ‘xe’ instead of ‘he’ or ‘she’

Syria: 91 churches destroyed, damaged over course of crisis

Another church’s cross removed in China’s crackdown on religion

More than 550 Coptic Christian schoolgirls in Egypt kidnapped since 2011

Boko Haram threat has not stopped Bible translation work in Nigeria

Life and family no longer silenced at the Organization of American States

Kids should get help to kill themselves, say charities

‘My husband told them we were Christians and they shot him in the head and chest;’ 48 Kenyans killed in terrorist attacks

In Iraq, Christians flee homes amid brutal conflict

Thousands of Christians flee as ISIS militants burn, loot churches in captured Iraqi city

Over 8 million abortions since 1967 Act, new stats show

Charges against evangelist arrested for alleged ‘homophobic’ comments dropped

Christian refugees – Growing crisis around the world

Italy’s Catholic bishops denounce court ruling that OK’d sperm donors

NYTimes: Waves of generic refugees run for their lives in Iraq

B.C. lawyers vote against religious school

Archbishop: Probably there is not one Christian now left in Mosul

The cleansing of Iraq’s Christians is entering its end game

Poland’s PM: doctor’s duty is above his faith

Meriam Ibrahim and the Obama administration, an interview with Nina Shea

India: A looming new arena for religious persecution

Disabled people ‘strongly oppose’ assisted suicide

Same-sex Danish couples win right to marry in any church they choose

Police launch probe into church sign after one person complained

Hong Kong refuses to allow same-sex marriage at British consulate

UN Continues to push for abortion as a “right”

Freedom of worship, legal recognition for Christians in democratic monarchy lacking in Bhutan

Boko Haram Islamists slaughter hundreds in Nigeria

Panel looks at Christianity’s rapid growth in China despite persecution

Gunmen kill nine in northeast Nigeria church attack

Pro-lifers shocked that Britain allows midwives to do abortions

Religious parents ‘could be criminalised’ under new law

(Netherlands) Senate removes same-sex marriage loophole, all officials must comply

No quick release for Meriam Ibrahim

Christians urged to oppose euthanasia

Sudan backtracks on pledge to free woman sentenced to death for apostasy

North Korea sentences South Korean missionary to hard labor for life for allegedly spying, setting up underground churches

Pope Francis warns charismatic Catholics that the family is under attack