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Vietnam jails its \"extremists\"

May 15, 2007

From: WEA RLC Principal Researcher and Writer, Elizabeth KendalOn Friday 11 May, the Hanoi People\'s Court sentenced Christian religious liberty advocate and human rights lawyer Nguyen Van Dai (38) to five years imprisonment to be followed by four years of house arrest. Dai\'s colleague, lawyer L

Freedom of Speech: The Basis for Freedom of Religion by Mats Tunehag

May 14, 2007

Please click here to see the paper >> Freedom of Speech & Religion 12 May 07.pdf

Serbia: Wahhabi activism in Sandzak

May 12, 2007

By: WEA RLC Principal Researcher and Writer, Elizabeth Kendal Sandzak (Raska) region in southwestern Serbia is for Islamicimperialists and jihadists highly desirable and enormously strategicterritory. Wahhabi infiltration, radicalisation and agitation haveescalated over the past decade. On several

Turkish Christians Find Hope in Reading the Bible and in Worship of Hope

Apr 23, 2007

For Immediate Release The first Sunday after the killing of three Christian workers: Necati Aydin, Tilman Geske and Ugur Yuksel, was a Sunday of Bible reading, prayer and worship in the protestant Church in Istanbul . Members of the church read from the Bible about the promises for those

India: Report on Jaipur Case - Attack on Pastor Walter Massey

May 10, 2007

Evangelical Fellowship of IndiaNews FlashOn May 3, a national level fact finding team met Pastor Walter Massey and his family, Superintendent of Police, Mr. Anil Panilwal and Director General of Police, Mr. A. S. Gill and other local Christian and secular groups. Organized by the All India Christian

Iraq and Gaza: Facing Al Qaeda

May 9, 2007

Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin | No. 428 | Wed 09 May 2007 The remnant Christians of Iraq and Gaza have survived war and civil strife but they may not survive al Qaeda. Al Qaeda is not interested in nationalism: its goal is total religious cleansing and complete Isla

India: Two evangelists arrested in Kolhapur, Maharashtra

May 8, 2007

Evangelical Fellowship of IndiaNews Flash Two Friends Missionary Prayer Band (FMPB) evangelists were arrested by the police on May 7, 2007 at Kolhapur, Maharashtra . The evangelists identified as Ajit and Ramesh were visiting Shapur village where they conducted a baptism ceremony for seven peo

Italy: March for Religious Freedom

May 8, 2007

Italian Evangelical Alliance - Rome 23/6/2007 Religious freedom touches every aspect of human life, as it involves freedom of conscience, freedom of thought and freedom of professing publicly a personal faith. When religious freedom is threatened, the entire system that protects and

India: How far is Jaipur from Malatya?

May 4, 2007

By: WEA RLC Principal Researcher and Writer, Elizabeth KendalIn modern, progressive, secular Turkey, anti-Christian hatred has been whipped up by Islamist and nationalist forces and cultivated and perpetuated in the media, often by men and women of influence seeking political mileage. Unfortunately

Turkey: Where Christians are seen as a Threat

Apr 24, 2007

The murder of 3 Protestant Christians in Malatya, Turkey (400,000 residents) last week (April 17, 2007) horrified the world. This event makes the internal tensions within Turkey ever more clear, particularly those arising from the various contradictory movements and ideologies which ar