Religious freedom

Saudi Arabia poised for more religious freedom?

Is a Door Opening for Christianity in Saudi Arabia?
Dale Hurd

Stunning political developments in Saudi Arabia have some wondering if the strict Muslim-ruled Kingdom could become more tolerant of Christianity.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman has said he intends to return Saudi Arabia to "moderate Islam" and open the country to all faiths.
Can This Man Change Saudi Arabia's Brand of Islam and Survive?

Long-time Foes Israel, Saudi Arabia Unite Against Iran – June 12, 2015


Hobby Lobby Founder: Clinton Is A Frightening Prospect For Religious Freedom

Chilling prediction...
by Jack Davis
Hobby Lobby founder and CEO David Green used to be scared of Donald Trump. However, he’s even more frightened by Hillary Clinton — specifically that if elected, she will completely disregard the deeply held beliefs and religious freedoms of Christians.


Cardinal Bo endorses UCAN religious freedom report

'On the Edge' shows how the Catholic Church is concerned about the erosion of this fundamental right.
Posted on October 17, 2016, 8:17 PM
The On the Edge book published by UCA News holds a mirror to religious based hatred and is a fitting warning to not compromise on freedom of conscience, said Cardinal Charles Maung Bo of Yangon.
"This document to me is the 'magna carta' of religious freedom in Asia," said Cardinal Bo during the On the Edge book launch in Yangon Oct. 14. This book will shed great light on the need for religious freedom, he said.


Priest Warns Christians: "You Might Not Have A Church If You Don't Vote The Right Way In November"

Washington DC
Is this just another Presidential election? Taxes, education, and homeland security? All of those are (always) important issues, but many spiritual leaders are warning believers that there is something much greater at stake in this unique election. We are in a battle for the soul of America,” said Father Michael Orsi at a a National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children event on September 10. “Somehow, [Christians] have come to buy the story that you cannot be political in church. Let me tell you right now, oh yes, you can, and oh, yes, you better be. Because you might not have a church to go to if you don’t vote the right way in November.”