Iran continues its crackdown on house churches
Though Iran recognizes Christianity as a minority faith , authorities do not recognize Christian converts.
Islamic Caliphate movement gains popularity in Indonesia
The government of Indonesia currently supports the secular ideology of Pancasila, which affirms the respect for all religions.
Nigerian blasphemy killing sparks international outrage
Recently, the unjust nature of blasphemy killings has received international disapproval.
USCIRF denounces "downward spiral" for religious freedom in Afghanistan
According to the report, “Afghans who do not adhere to the Taliban's interpretation of Islam are at risk of grave danger."
Iranian Christian converts interrogated and imprisoned
In many Muslim countries, converting to Christianity is a risky move and can be severely punished.
A Muslim sheikh was poisoned shortly after converting to Christianity in Kenya
After he declined to observe the Islamic rituals of Ramadan, his wife noticed him praying in the name of Christ.
Hagia Sophia cathedral hosts first Muslim prayers in 88 years
Hagia Sophia used to be one of the main Christian cathedrals.
Libyan Church seeks to appeal court eviction notice
For 51 years, the Union Church and three other Protestant multi-national churches have utilized the building for worship gathering
Coptic Christian stabbed while attempting to save son from Muslim neighbour
Locals knew of the perpetrator as one who insulted and mistreated Christians.
Niger attempts peace talks with Jihadist groups after attakcs
Terrorist groups linked to Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State frequently carry out violent attacks in that region.