Peaceful Rally Calls for Unity in Indonesia.

On Saturday, 19th November, thousands of Indonesians held a peaceful rally to promote unity, saying they were worried by signs of growing racial and religious intolerance in the world’s largest Muslim-majority country. Dressed in red and white shirts, the colours

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“We Have Come Back to Worship in Freedom”

There were tears, soldiers praying and priests singing. This was the moment thousands of Iraqi Christians had been waiting for: the Cross, symbol of Christ’s victory over evil and deemed illegal by ISIL, had returned to the Christian villages in

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Nowhere to Bury a Kyrgyz Muslim Background Believer

When her 76-year-old mother died on 13th October in Kyrgyzstan, Jyldyz had nowhere to bury her. The local Orthodox Church in Sary-Talaa refused permission for her to be interred in their cemetery, because, although she was a Christian, she was

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Christian Television Channels Shut Down in Pakistan.

Pakistani officials have banned 11 Christian television channels, leaving the country’s 2.8 million Christians with no public media presence for the first time in nearly two decades. According to India Today, the Pakistani Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) this week banned

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Coptic Christian Seeking to Unite Children in Egypt.

A Coptic Christian teacher in Egypt is trying to unite Christian and Muslim students by teaching them about both religions side by side. According to the Independent, Ayaad, from a village outside the city of Minya in northern Egypt, has been

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