Understanding Persecution

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Caught in the Crossfire: Myanmar’s Christian Minorities Under Tatmadaw Rule

June 14, 2021:

When the Burmese military overthrew Myanmar’s civilian government in February, the international community responded with swift condemnation of the Tatmadaw and vocal support for…

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Nagorno-Karabakh: A Humanitarian Perspective

June 10, 2021:

ICC urges the international humanitarian and religious freedom community to further investigate the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh. Awareness, assistance, and advocacy are the three greatest needs. ICC makes the following humanitarian observations…

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Three Reasons Congress Should Embrace International Religious Freedom

May 31, 2021:

By Arielle Del Turco The release of the State Department’s annual International Religious Freedom Report this month confirmed the dire […]

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An Unwelcome Minority: Threats Facing Christians in the Middle East, Part 3

May 28, 2021:

By Guest Contributor This article is Part 3 of a four-part weekly series on threats facing Christians in the Middle […]

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An Unwelcome Minority: Threats Facing Christians in the Middle East, Part 2

May 21, 2021:

By Guest Contributor This article is Part 2 of a four-part weekly series on threats facing Christians in the Middle […]

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Nationalism and Religious Persecution: A Study of Three Countries

May 19, 2021:

By Linda Burkle, PhD In observing the prevalence of religious persecution in various countries, I have noted that in countries […]

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Factsheet: Christian Persecution in Pakistan Q1 2021

May 17, 2021:

The first three months of 2021 proved to be another challenging time for Christians in Pakistan. Despite the PTI-led government’s lofty claims of complete religious freedom, the country’s Christian community…

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An Unwelcome Minority: Threats Facing Christianity in the Middle East

May 14, 2021:

By Guest Contributor Introduction Christians are too often regarded as an unwelcome minority in the Middle East. One need not […]

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Why International Religious Freedom Is Important to the Work of USAID

May 05, 2021:

By Arielle Del Turco In his first few months in office, President Biden’s administration has either canceled or put on […]

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Holocaust Remembrance Day Reflection

April 07, 2021:

By Dana Stancavage Barbed wire fencing, guard towers, and barracks are what I saw in July 2016 as I drove […]

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