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Thousands Flee as Terrorists Take Over Iraq's Christian Heartland
Canon Andrew White: 'Things in Iraq are so bad now, the worst they have ever been.'
lands they have inhabited for centuries," said Wolf, a longtime religious freedom advocate who helped create the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) in 1998.
The World's Worst Places To Be A Christian (Or Another Religious Minority)
(Updated) USCIRF's new list of religious freedom violators has familiar names, but contrasts with other lists.
(Updated) USCIRF's new list of religious freedom violators has familiar names, but contrasts with other lists. Christianity Today: Our Ministry ChristianityToday.org.
State Department Splits with USCIRF on New Religious Freedom Violators
(UPDATED) The 2012 International Religious Freedom Report highlights continued rise of anti-conversion laws as noteworthy, 'worrying trend.'
Home > Archives > 2013 > May. Religious Freedom. State Department Splits with USCIRF on New Religious Freedom Violators. (UPDATED) The 2012
Relationship Counseling for Federal Advocates of Religious Freedom
After last year's Turkey tiff, GAO wants State Department and USCIRF to patch things up.
Relationship Counseling for Federal Advocates of Religious Freedom. After last year's Turkey tiff, GAO wants State Department and USCIRF to patch things up.
Oil Militants Threaten Terror Campaign To Defend Nigerian Christians
(UPDATED) With president's amnesty committee underway, Nigeria's Muslims emphasize distance from Boko Haram.
The back-and-forth religious violence has prompted a response from the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), which called this morning for the
What International Religious Freedom Groups Think of State Department vs. USCIRF
(UPDATED) Government Accountability Office asks more than 130 NGOs to rate the two federal bodies on religious freedom.
USCIRF. The NGOs also raised some concerns, namely regarding a lack of objectivity in annual reports from both the State Department and USCIRF.
Next Convert Pastor To Face Iran's Death Penalty May Be American Saeed Abedini
(UPDATED) Today, Iranian-born U.S. pastor faces one of Iran's most severe revolutionary court judges.
of Boise, Idaho, and in Washington DC, where 49 members of the House of Representatives and the United States' Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) all called
Seven Reasons Why Hacking the Internet Will Help Persecuted Christians
Advocates of international religious freedom set their sights on 'breaching Internet firewalls.'
CT previously has reported on the 2013 World Watch List, as well as on the contrasting list from the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF).
7 in 10 Christians Killed Worldwide Last Year Came from Just One Country?
(UPDATED) New report says civil unrest in Nigeria is overshadowing persecution of Christians.
The US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) has wanted the State Department to designate Nigeria as a "country of particular concern" since 2009, but the
Pussy Riot-Inspired Anti-Defamation Law Takes Effect in Russia
(UPDATED) The unanimously approved law will criminalize religious insults with up to three years in prison.
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) wasted no time speaking out against the bill. According to USCIRF chair
Record Baptisms in Iran Overshadowed by Church Closure as Presidential Election Looms
(UPDATED) Iranian pastor “silent” after release from jail, even as eight Iranian Christians sentenced for supposedly threatening the state.
rights abuses, Iran consistently ranks among the world's worst violators of religious freedom according to the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) and the
The Story Behind One of the Most Ironic Religious Freedom Lawsuits Ever Filed
The religious discrimination complaint against the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom moves closer to trial.
USCIRF Exempted from Civil Rights Laws. Ghori-Ahmad filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Requiring USCIRF to Follow Civil Rights Laws.
175 Leaders Urge U.S. Support in Christianity's Historical Heartland; Egyptian Churches Not So Sure
Middle East Christians appreciate prayers, but political action brings mixed feelings.
Frank Wolf (R-VA), a longtime religious freedom advocate who helped create the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) in 1998.
Obama Visits Land of Some of World's Longest-Running Persecuted Christians (Updated)
Religious freedom groups urge President to make the most of historic visit to Burma (Myanmar).
In response, leaders from the American Baptist Church, The US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), and Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) urged the
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Vietnam Is Getting Better, and Worse
Some see small signs of freedom even as the country moves up the list of top persecutors.
Meanwhile, the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) again recommended that the State Department designate Vietnam a "Country of Particular Concern
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Desire and Deliverance
Desire and Deliverance
Three new documentaries examine Christian faith, homosexuality, and the question of change.
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