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Syria: Elderly Dutch priest murdered in Homs
Father Frans van der Lugt, an elderly Jesuit priest, was murdered in the city of Homs on 7 April. There are conflicting reports on the circumstances surrounding Father Frans van der Lugt's death.
09/04/2014

Nigeria: 20 dead in attack on mosque in Yobe State 07/04/2014

China: Over 20 beaten or detained for protesting detentions of lawyers on cult cultures 04/04/2014

Iran: Prison sentences for six Christians upheld on appeal  03/04/2014

Pakistan: Sawan Masih appeals blasphemy death sentence
02/04/2014

North Korea: UN Human Rights Council calls for Security Council action 28/03/2014

 

Indonesia Report
Rising religious intolerance poses a threat not only to the country’s religious minorities but to all Indonesians who value democracy, human rights, peace and stability.

Response Issue 185 - Indonesia's Dwindling Religious Freedom
The latest edition of Response is out. Indonesia's dwindling religious freedom is the featured article.

North Korea country report 2013
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), otherwise known as North Korea, has undoubtedly one of the worst human rights records in the world. North Korea is regarded as the world’s most closed nation, ruled by a dictatorship that is both dynastic and deified....

 

Kim Jong-Un - See You in Court
The Huffington Post

Indonesia: Pluralism in peril
The Huffington Post

How do we inspire the UK church to engage in religious freedom?
Christian Today

Fleeing hell: North Korea
World Mag

Indonesia's Religious Tolerance Problem
The Wall Street Journal

The war on Christianity - it's not a crisis of faith, but one of violence
The Independent

Islamist terrorists slaughter 53 Catholics at Mass in Nigeria
The Tablet

Pastor and son latest victims of Central African Republic violence
Christian Today UK

 

Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) is a human rights organisation which specialises in religious freedom, works on behalf of those persecuted for their Christian beliefs and promotes religious liberty for all.

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