Pakistani Christian couple waiting for death under the Strict Blasphemy law

Berlin: The issue of the persecution of the religious minorities in Pakistan is not new for the International community. Pakistan who has been declared as one of the dangerous countries for the Religious Minorities by the US state department, PEW research centre, Open doors and other known rights-based organizations. Blasphemy law is one of the main tools to persecute the

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180,000 attend first-ever papal mass on the Arabian peninsula in Islamic history

An estimated 180,000 people attended the first-ever papal visit to take place in the cradle of Islam — the Arabian Peninsula — on Tuesday to celebrate what has been dubbed the “Year of Tolerance.” Pope Francis wrapped up his historic visit to the United Arab Emirates Tuesday by delivering a mass to adoring Catholics at  Zayed Sports City Stadium in

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At National Prayer Breakfast, Donald Trump says he will ‘always’ protect people of faith

Donald Trump promised faith leaders on Thursday that he was committed to protecting religious freedom and the dignity of the unborn. In a warmly received address at the National Prayer Breakfast, the US President told his audience, comprised of Muslims, Jews and Christians: ‘I will never let you down – never.’ Receiving a standing ovation at one point, Trump vowed to ‘build

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NEW DELHI, February 5, 2019 (Morning Star News) – A pastor is facing criminal charges in northern India even though the complainant later denied allegations against the church leader of luring him to convert, sources said. Police in Rupaidiha village, Uttar Pradesh state on Jan. 28 arrested 40-year-old pastor Dharmendra Singh on a charge of “alluring to convert” and two

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Federal Court Rules Christian Student Group Cannot be Removed from University for Biblical View on Marriage

The University of Iowa cannot remove a Christian student group’s registered status after the group prohibited a gay student from a leadership role, a federal court has ruled. U.S. District Judge Stephanie M. Rose approved a permanent injunction that forces the University of Iowa to reverse its decision and recognize Business Leaders in Christ as a registered student organization. She said in

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