Understanding Persecution

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Radical Changes Taking Hold in Nepal

March 30, 2020:

By John Cosenza Nepal’s King Gyanedra, often dubbed the ‘world’s last Hindu King,’ abdicated his throne in 2006 following a […]

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Wrath of the Elephants

March 26, 2020:

A group of seven women in Southern India come together to talk, to cry, and to pray. They come together as Christians, they mourn together as women whose husbands were murdered right in front of their eyes.

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China’s Theology and Persecution

March 25, 2020:

By Linda Burkle, PhD 2019 was a year marked by heightened surveillance and persecution of Christians in China.  According to […]

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Pluralism in Danger: Northern Iraq

March 23, 2020:

By Benjamin Harbaugh Iraq is home to one of the oldest Christian communities in the world. Before the United States […]

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Religious Freedom: An Essential Tool of Statecraft

March 13, 2020:

Earlier this year, International Christian Concern convened a group of Washington D.C.-based experts to discuss the role of international religious freedom in U.S. foreign policy.

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No Place to Hide: Christianity in Northern Nigeria

March 02, 2020:

By Linda Burkle, Ph.D I first encountered persecution almost three decades ago.  I, along with a medical team, was flying […]

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In Photos – Religious Persecution in India

February 24, 2020:

A group of seven women in Southern India come together to talk, to cry, and to pray. They come together as Christians, they mourn together as women whose husbands were murdered right in front of their eyes.

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Religious Freedom in the Trump Era

February 21, 2020:

By Benjamin Harbaugh “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”[1] When […]

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The Rise of Buddhist Ethnonationalism and Military Impunity in Myanmar

February 07, 2020:  By John Cosenza I: Introduction In recent years, Southeast Asia’s Theravada Buddhist community has demonstrated a rise in extremist behavior. [...]More

Persecution Does Not Go Unnoticed

January 17, 2020:

By Benjamin Harbaugh On December 18th, 2019, the U.S. Department of State released its annual list of countries that engage […]

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