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Religious Liberty: From 2005 Into 2006

Jan 10, 2006

Just as the industrial revolution brought changes that made the world a smaller place, the changes being brought by the revolution in communications and information technology are making the world a more open place.

Christian attacked on Christmas day

Dec 29, 2005

On Christmas day (25th December 2005), Christians attending the Christmas service were accosted by a mob of about 30 people and threatened not to go to Church. Many fled out of fear.

Whither Peace in Sri Lanka?

Dec 29, 2005

It is the season of festivities, but Sri Lankans are bracing themselves for war. In the North and the Eastern Provinces, there is tension and fear mounting daily. The past month has seen a steady increase in acts of aggression violating the cease fire agreement between the government and the LTTE

India Youth Forum Report

Dec 23, 2005

The India Youth Ministry Mobilization Forum took place November 8-11 in Pune, India. Organizers called it an unprecedented gathering of 30 top youth leaders representing numerous denominations and Christian ministries.

Belarus Criminalises the Discrediting of Lukashenka Regime

Dec 23, 2005

On Friday 16 December, Belarus\' parliament voted unanimously to hold presidential elections on 19 March 2006, a full six months before President Alyaksandr Lukashenka\'s mandate expires.

A Christmas message – Remembering those affected by the Tsunami

Dec 23, 2005

It is time again, when people all over the world will celebrate Christmas and the dawn of another new year. For those of us in Sri Lanka, this season in 2005 also marks the commemoration of the Asian Tsunami which swept across our Island coastline one year ago.

Belarus: Repression Escalating Ahead of Elections, plus India Update

Dec 15, 2005

Belarus is known as Europe\'s last Soviet-style dictatorship, and President Lukashenka as a repressive, controlling, pro-Soviet dictator. In 2002, Belarus enacted Europe\'s most repressive Religion Law.

Belarus: Repression Escalating Ahead of Elections, plus India Updates

Dec 15, 2005

Belarus is known as Europe\'s last Soviet-style dictatorship, and President Lukashenka as a repressive, controlling, pro-Soviet dictator. In 2002, Belarus enacted Europe\'s most repressive Religion Law.

Iran: Old Guards Return

Dec 14, 2005

Iran\'s Revolutionary Guards and Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS), two groups whose names are synonymous with Iranian repression and terror, are making a comeback under President Ahmadinejad.

Iran: Old Guards Return

Dec 14, 2005

Iran\'s Revolutionary Guards and Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS), two groups whose names are synonymous with Iranian repression and terror, are making a comeback under President Ahmadinejad.