Burma court gives 30 month sentences to bar owner and manager for Buddha Facebook ad

Myanmar court finds trio guilty of insulting religion

Burma: Religious Conversion Bill is major setback for religious freedom, human rights’

Buddhist nationalist group in Burma calls for restrictions on interfaith marriage

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USCIRF Issues New Report On Religious Freedom In Burma

Burma: 2-child policy enforced against Muslims

Obama Speaks In Burma About Religious Freedom

USCIRF Urges Obama To Raise Religious Freedom Issues On Visit To Burma

56 dead, almost 2,000 houses torched in latest ethnic violence in Burma: Report

New violence in Myanmar kills up to a dozen people

Death toll passes 20 in Myanmar ethnic violence

Buddhist-Muslim Violence Rages In Myanmar

Curtains open wide in Myanmar, a crack in N. Korea

Myanmar, ‘Arab awakening’ top US list of progress on human rights

Burma holds first “gay pride” event

Burma Army Attacks Church, Shooting and Torturing Worshipers

‘Religious persecutors’ list incomplete

USCIRF Identifies World’s Worst Religious Freedom Violators: Egypt Cited for First Time

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Persecution in Burma caught on camera

Burma clamps down on travelling monks

Christian genocide in Burma continues to be ignored

    Mission Network News: “The Karen people of Burma have been fighting for independence for over 60 years. Far from gaining freedom, though, the Karen people have instead become the victims of massive genocide. Many of the Karen people are Christians, and it has become apparent that the ethnic cleansing taking place at the hands of the Burmese government is a direct attack against Christians. Patrick Klein of Vision Beyond Borders says once the military has finished off the Christians, they will likely move on to Buddhists.”

  • Posted: 03/23/2010
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  • Category: Global: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: www.mnnonline.org

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Spike in anti-Christian violence feared before Burma elections

Report: Myanmar’s Christians Persecuted

    The Christian Post: “The Chin people, Christians living in the remote mountains of northwestern Myanmar, are subject to forced labor, torture, extrajudicial killings and religious persecution by the country’s military regime, a human rights group said Wednesday . . . …

  • Posted: 01/29/2009
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  • Category: Global
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  • Source: christianpost.com

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Burma Orders Christians and Muslims To End Worship Services In Private Apartments

Shipment of condoms beats aid relief into Myanmar

Myanmar: ‘Destroy the Christian Religion’