A street preacher was wrongfully detained and won £15,000 in damages and legal costs, but the police logged in a 'non-crime hate incident report' against him.
In Plateau alone, where the latest massacre took place, at least 315 Christians have been killed and 80,000 displaced since April 2023. The Christian Association of Nigeria organised a demonstration.
There is no law against evangelism in Mauritania, but officials forbid non-Muslims from “proselytizing” and ban any public expression of faith.
The ‘Being Black in the EU’ survey shows that the cases of racial discrimination increased from 39% to 45% in 5 years. Only 9% are reported.
The government prevents Belarusians from complaining about the violations of their rights to the UN Human Rights Committee.
Local officers stormed into the church and “brutally beat church members, used electric shock prods to incapacitate them”, denounces Forum 18.
Several people were fined for quoting "Thou shalt not kill" publicly. Parliament passed a draft law to punish the spreading of “false information” about Russian army.
The director of the March For Life UK was arrested again near an abortion facility, 3 weeks after being acquitted for the same incident.
A Christian was arrested for allegedly posting and sharing blasphemous images on social media. He may face death penalty.
Four Christians women were arrested on charges of fraudulent conversion and remained in jail for over a month, but the threats and harassment continue.
“This must be the beginning of the police doing more to protect Christian freedoms and free speech”, said Hatun Tash who was arrested twice while debating Islamists in Hyde Park.
Many Christians arrested and charged for belonging to “illegal” groups.
The Supreme Court of India has directed the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to obtain information from 8 states.
Many registered Cuban Protestant institutions did not remain silent, at the expense of various reprisals, such as losing their legal status.
That July 11, 2021, called “11J” by Cubans was the largest protest seen in Cuba in 62 years, triggered by a shortage of food and medicine and the government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Human rights activists said prosecutors mistakenly used a repealed article of the criminal code. Police also confiscated their Bibles and church material.
The pastor was immediately dismissed. The Federation of Evangelical Religious Entities of Spain “categorically and forcefully condemns any case of sexual abuse”.
Police received a tip of “an Islamist-motivated threat” on a synagogue in Hagen. Four people, including a minor, were arrested. Anti-Semitic attacks are on rise in Germany.
The military announced a government of national unity. Guinean evangelicals ask to pray “for the unity of the church, socio-political stability and support to promote the gospel”.
The Early Rain Covenant church was already shuttered 2 years ago. Children under 18 are not allowed at church.
The EFI has published its report on the persecution of Christians in the first six months of 2021. They have identified 145 incidents, including three murders.
Yarián Sierra and Yéremi Blanco have been transferred to a men's prison. Yarián's wife denounced that they have been evicted from their rented house due to government pressure.
“Cuba can't take it any more”, says pastor Jatniel Pérez. The wife of one of the detained pastors denounces abuses. Both ask to pray for the release of Yéremi Blanco and Yarián Sierra.
The Religious Liberty Partnership denounces “the gross violation of human rights and religious freedom”. Around 700 people have been killed and over 3,000 arrested since February.
The Evangelical Council of Catalonia defends “non-violence as a tool for transformation” and asks Christians to “pray for social peace”.