Nigeria’s Kano State High Court doubled down on a ruling that the Sharia court system has the power to hand down death sentences in blasphemy cases.
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Today marks one year since Kabul’s collapse following the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan.
Fulani Militants attempted to rape a 16-year-old Christian girl on the morning of August 8.
At the crowded inauguration ceremony of a church in Syria yesterday, a rocket attack killed two people and injured 12.
International Christian Concern (ICC) obtained the final draft of Indonesia’s revised criminal code.
International Christian Concern is releasing its annual “Persecutor of the Year Awards” report at the International Religious Freedom Summit in Washington D.C. on June 29, 2022.
Nury Turkel will serve as the next Chair of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF).
The southern Indian state of Karnataka has become the 11th state to ratify the Freedom of Religion Acts, also known as an anti-conversion law.
Deborah Emmanuel, a 25-year-old Christian student at the Shehu Shagari College of Education in Nigeria’s Sokoto State, was fatally beaten and her body was burned earlier today, May 12.
Four Violent Incidents Occur Against Coptic Christians in One Month 05/06/2022 Egypt (International Christian Concern) – In a one-month time span, at least four violent incidents and...
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