Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Tuesday reprimanded the Punjab province government over its response to anti-Christian attacks in Jaranwala, terming a recently submitted progress report “worthy of being thrown into the dustbin.”
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Mexican civil society leader and former congressman Rodrigo Iván Cortés has appealed to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights following his conviction for "gender-based political violence" over social media posts referring to a trans-identifying lawmaker as a "man who self-ascribes as a woman."
A religious freedom advocacy organization that works directly with the United States government is expressing concern about a recently passed measure in Denmark that it classifies as a blasphemy law, warning that it is incompatible with a democratic society and contrary to international law.
A globally respected human rights advocate warned Wednesday that a trade policy loophole could make the United States complicit in the Chinese government's forced labor and genocide of Uyghurs and other ethnic Muslims in western China.
The education policies of the Taliban government in Afghanistan are not only harmful to girls but also boys in the Muslim-majority nation as students are reporting a rise in abuse and more focus on Islamic religious education, according to a new report.
Canadian human rights report claims Christmas, Easter examples of 'systemic religious discrimination'
A Canadian government panel in charge of human rights law says celebrating Christmas and Easter holidays could be seen as a form of “religious intolerance.”
Bill Maher is right to look to an earlier foundation for our civilization. He just needs to look back even further.