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How the Chinese Communist Party sees organized religion

Any organized religion “is perceived as a threat,” said an expert, adding that the party is trying to “create a new type of religion”

Malaysian interfaith groups welcome non-passage of bill on non-Muslims

A top Malaysian official earlier announced that laws are being drafted, including one restricting the propagation of non-Muslim religions

Catholic community in Vietnam continues to wait for government recognition

Thousands of Catholics in Vietnam have experienced discrimination because of their faith

Authorities in China offer rewards for reporting ‘illegal religious activities’

Authorities in China are also cracking down on Christianity by removing Bible apps and Christian WeChat public accounts

Aid to the Church in Need raises concern for human rights...

Aid to the Church in Need warned that religious freedom "will be particularly under threat" under the Taliban

Christians in Indonesia’s Aceh province decry attacks on churches, denial of...

Christians in Singkil have been calling on Indonesian President Joko Widodo to recognize their “rights to worship”

Tibet’s Dalai Lama speaks of love, understanding at religious freedom summit

The religious leader noted that "religions have been manipulated for political reasons, or out of concern for power, leading to fighting"

Asia Bibi wants to be a voice for persecuted Christians around...

Asia Bibi, a Christian woman once sentenced to death for alleged blasphemy in Pakistan, wants to be a voice for Christians around the world

Rights group hits forced conversion of Christian girl in Pakistan

Forced conversion of girls is “the most egregious example of modern slavery and religious abuse,” said a human rights group

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