China has been accused by the U.S. and others of repressing its Uighur Muslim minority, but ISIS has seldom featured Beijing in its propaganda.
The raids were conducted by around 150 police officers, who nicknamed their operation “Judgement Day,” sources told Newsweek.
"Our laws should reflect the best scientific understanding of the world.”
The Satanic Temple believes that "one’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone," and "beliefs should conform to our best scientific understanding of the world."
Tillerson also wants to remove an envoy for the closure of Guantánamo Bay.
Jehovah's Witnesses have now exhausted the legal options regarding their ban within Russia.
The Department of Justice has not released the transcript, which has since been printed on a conservative news site.
A crackdown on Jehovah's Witnesses in Kazakhstan has followed similar actions against the Christian group in neighboring Russia.
With little fanfare, the House advanced a spending bill that would gut the law keeping churches out of political campaigns.
The bill’s Republican sponsor says the bill “bans no one.”
President Donald Trump’s executive order backs off enforcement of the Johnson Amendment, which prevents nonprofits from engaging in political activity.
The U.S Commission on International Religious Freedom has designated Russia a "country of particular concern" for the first time.
“The state of affairs for international religious freedom is worsening," according to a U.S. government body.
Trump, speaking at a prayer breakfast attended by politicians, faith leaders and guests including Jordan's King Abdullah, said he wanted to prevent a "beachhead of intolerance" from spreading in the United States.
Advocates believe an order is coming, despite a White House statement promising to protect the LGBT community.
The framers understood the phenomenon of too much religious liberty and even had a name for it: licentiousness.