Transcript available for SCOTUS arguments in Abercrombie & Fitch

Inside ISIS: A Time Special Report

Activists: Number of Christians abducted by Islamic State rises to 220

Court to consider accommodations for religiously devout employees: In Plain English

Argument analysis: Plucking simplicity out of complexity

72 Assyrian Christian families captured, 50 besieged by IS after Syria attack

Syrian Kurds cut IS supply line near Iraq; fears for Christians mount

Air strikes hit Islamic State in Syria after Christians abducted

Fate of Syrian Christians kidnapped by ISIS still unknown

On hating IS and loving people

Lawsuit: LA Fitness prohibited Muslim from praying in locker room

Supreme Court hears religious discrimination case

Preview of Supreme Court oral arguments in Abercrombie employment discrimination case

Argument preview: Faith and a workplace dress code

Italy and Vatican on guard after threat from Islamic State

Monitors: ISIL abducts 90 Assyrian Christians in Syria

President [of Sri Lanka] pledges to ensure religious freedom in the country

Islamic State pulls out of strategic town of Tel Afar

Abercrombie’s fashion rules land at the Supreme Court

Report: ISIS just kidnapped a group of at least 90 Christians, including children

Supreme Court to hear case of a headscarf that cost a Muslim teen a job

Italy fears ISIS invation from Libya

Turkey’s atheists and religious minorities join forces to protest religious instruction in schools

Hard truths about the survival of Christianity in the Middle East

Rights commission: ISIL committed 4 million violations in Iraq

Extremists warn Pakistani press club, saying Christian journalists spread their faith

From a private school in Cairo to ISIS killing fields in Syria (with video)

    The New York Times: Mr. Aly raised his son, Islam Yaken, in Heliopolis, a middle-class Cairo neighborhood with tended gardens and trendy coffee shops, and sent him to a private school, where he studied in French. As a young man, Mr. Yaken wanted to be a fitness instructor. He trained relentlessly, hoping that his effort would bring him success, girlfriends and wealth. But his goals never materialized. He left that life and found religion, extremism and, ultimately, his way into a photograph where he knelt beside a decapitated corpse on the killing fields of Syria, smiling.


  • Posted: 02/18/2015
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  • Category: Global: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: www.nytimes.com

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Iraqi Christians “don’t have much time left” says archbishop

Islamic State may be getting closer to Christian refugee area in Iraq

ISIS beheadings in Libya devastate an Egyptian village

Westerners join Iraqi Christian militia to fight Islamic State

Coptic Christians increasingly feel endangered in Libya and Egypt

What ISIS really wants

Frank Wolf calls for safe haven for Mideast Christians

Islamic State carries out mass beheadings of Christians

Libya and Egypt launch air strikes against Isis after militants post beheadings video

Pope Francis condemns Islamic State’s executions of Christians in Libya

Chaldean bishops rally to defend Christians persecuted in Iraq

Christian homes bulldozed in Pakistan; human rights group suspects landgrabbing

Al Qaeda supporters in Yemen pledge allegiance to Islamic State

Report: 20,000 ISIS supporters worldwide have flocked to Iraq, Syria to join terror group

Obama speech spurs India’s minority faiths to seek religious tolerance

Niger approves sending troops to Nigeria to fight Boko Haram

Amid criticism, Nigeria postpones presidential election, citing ongoing violence by Boko Haram

Boko Haram kills dozens in rampage after Chad offensive

Nigerian forces take back four towns from Boko Haram

White House says Obama will ask Congress to authorize military force against ISIS

Asia Bibi’s family still in hiding five years after blasphemy accusations

In addition to children, Boko Haram is turning to animals to carry out its suicide bomb attacks

Islamic State selling, crucifying, burying children alive in Iraq — U.N.

Obama decries hateful ideology after Jordanian pilot’s death

The cost of leaving Islamic State: Death or jail

Latest attack in Lebanon sends message on IS endgame

Islamic State affiliate takes root amid Libya’s chaos

Recent violence in Niger shows growing intolerance among religious groups

No longer the Iraq I loved

US church’s website is hacked by ISIS

The Middle East’s vanishing Christians

Colorado teen who tried to join ISIS gets 4-year sentence

Sunni officials in Iraq say Shi’ite militias executed 70 civilians

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

Boko Haram emerges as brutal Islamic State of Africa

In Mosul, Islamic State turns captured city into fortress

Jews, Muslims, Christians tackle religious violence at Davos

Saudi Arabia postpones flogging of Raif Badawi again

Flogging of Saudi blogger delayed again on medical grounds

How a Muslim’s beard might shape Obamacare

Christians in Africa fleeing death, need help

Obama meets with wife of American pastor imprisoned in Iran

Pressure mounts on Saudi Arabia to end flogging

Religious freedom advocates offer to take lashes for imprisoned Saudi blogger

The great wall of Saudi Arabia: Royal family constructing 600-mile barrier on Iraqi border to keep ISIS militants out

Saudi Arabia beheadings in stark contrast with fight against IS

ISIS kills 13 teens over TV soccer game for allegedly violating Sharia law