A Christian lawyer helping to promote religious freedom in Sudan has fled the country after authorities threatened to kill him if he failed to report to them every day, the attorney said.
The Supreme Court of India is weighing whether yoga has a religious element, as it decides if public schools may teach the ancient discipline in the country where it originated.
On Tuesday, Oct. 29, religious, civic, and political leaders will re-dedicate a monument of the Ten Commandments on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, that had been toppled by vandals last month.
A court in Muslim-majority Malaysia ruled Monday (Oct. 14) that only Muslims are permitted to use the Arabic word “Allah” to describe God, overturning a lower court’s 2009 decision that allowed others to use the word.
A senior judge, leading members of Parliament and human rights activists are calling for an urgent debate on the explosive issue of whether Muslim women should be allowed to wear veils when they testify in court.
A court in India has sentenced to death four men convicted in the fatal gang rape of a young woman on a bus in New Delhi late last year.
The number of Russian legislative initiatives concerning freedom of religion or belief has risen markedly since President Vladimir Putin's return to the Kremlin in May 2012, Forum 18 News Service observes.
Recently, Superior Court Judge Timothy Freer found two men "not guilty" after they were charged and tried for reading the Bible aloud in front of a line of people waiting to enter the DMV in Hemet, Calif.
We are reading, and hopefully studying, in Matthew Chapter 5, and we come to this passage beginning at verse 33. We are in what is called the Sermon on the Mount and we have looked at the Beatitudes and Jesus’ speaking about sa...
While on a public sidewalk in front of the Centre Court Complex during the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, an American preacher was arrested, fingerprinted and interrogated after a woman out shopping called the police to compla...