The image of Baphomet is the protest symbol of Satanists and atheists
Just before dawn, on the 9th of August, after a historical debate that lasted sixteen hours, the Argentine Senate rejected a bill that would have permitted abortion on demand.
38 deputies voted against the bill to legalise abortion and 31 voted in favour. Two of the seventy-two senators abstained and one person was absent.
The Pew study found 83 countries with ‘high or very high’ restrictions on religion. Government restrictions on religion continued to increase in 2016, according to a survey released by the Pew Research Center. This is the second year in a row to see an increase in the overall restrictions on religion in the 198 countries examined, which is 99.5 per cent of the world.
The woman whose prison sentence President Trump commuted this week at the petition of Kim Kardashian West is praising God for her release. In video footage that has rocketed around the Internet, Alice Johnson, 62, who spent more than 21 years imprisoned in a federal correctional facility for her leadership role in a cocaine trafficking operation, gathered around friends and family in Aliceville, Alabama, Wednesday overflowing with joy.
Tristan Azbej, the Deputy State Secretary for the Aid of Persecuted Christians of the Prime Minister’s Office, held discussions in Washington, D.C. The purpose of the visit, held from the 19th – 24th June, was to coordinate the activities of both the Hungarian and American governments, aimed at the protection of the interests of persecuted Christians and the safeguarding of religious freedom. Another goal of the discussions was to share the experiences of the “Hungary Helps” humanitarian programme.
Tristan Azbej, head of the Deputy State Secretariat for the Aid of Persecuted Christians in Hungary participated in a conference in the Canadian capital on both the persecution of the Middle East and African Christians and the various relief efforts organised on their account. The Deputy State Secretary gave a phone interview from Ottawa to the MTI Hungarian News Agency emphasising that Christian churches often do not even raise the issue of Christian persecution nor do they dare to call things by their own names.