A report from an Australian think tank says a Chinese government campaign to destroy mosques has impacted the number of people openly practicing Islam.
Ankara needs to change not only its rhetoric but also its policy to reverse the alarming trends that have brought religious minority communities to the brink of extinction.
We urge the Biden administration to support freedom of religion abroad as a top priority.
Violations of religious freedom against Turkey's Christians are increasingly rampant.
All across Africa's vast expanse, one nation after another has suffered extreme violence, from killings and mutilations to kidnappings and disappearances.
At the outset of 2021, few Americans understand the disturbing degree to which Christians and Uighur Muslims in China are persecuted.
Bryan Nerren was on his way to deliver money to needy children in Nepal when he was taken by Indian authorities, setting in motion a cat-and-mouse game of international diplomacy involving President Trump and Prime Minister Modi.
Religious freedom is under siege in Europe.
The Trump administration does not look the other way when it comes to China's repression of its Uyghur Muslims.
Two commissioners from the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom explain the deteriorating situation in Europe for religious liberty.
President Trump issued a very important, and perhaps under-appreciated, executive order this week on religious liberty.
Fox News host Rachel Campos-Duffy focused on Christian persecution around the world during a discussion on the New York Hanukkah stabbing on Monday's "Fox and Friends."
Critics of President Trump reacted on Twitter after the president claimed to be strongly in favor of "religious freedom" at a U.N. general assembly meeting on Monday.
"We feel deeply for Isaac, Negede, and Paulos, who have suffered harsh conditions for more than half their lives," a church spokesperson told Newsweek.
A new YouGov poll shows that 35 percent of adults would be "not at all surprised" if the systematic killing of a religious group occurred in America today.
The case has been initiated against 44-year-old Sergey Ledenyov in the far eastern Kamchatka region.
Crimean Tatars have been forced to become Russian citizens and their freedoms have been curtailed.
"In almost every corner of the globe, millions of Christians, Muslims, Hindus and others representing a range of faiths were forced from their homes," a U.S. report says