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Report: Rising Tide of Restrictions on Religion PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 20 September 2012 15:57

In its third in a series of reports, the Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life analyzes the extent to which governments and societies around the world impinge on religious beliefs and practices.

These reports have drawn widespread attention to the fact that a substantial portion of the world’s population – 75% as of mid-2010 – live in countries where governments, social groups or individuals restrict people’s ability to freely practice their faith.

The new study shows that between mid-2009 and mid-2010, religious restrictions rose not only in countries that began the year with high or very high restrictions, such as Indonesia and Nigeria, but also in many countries that began with low or moderate restrictions, such as Switzerland and the United States.

The report looks at restrictions due to government actions as well as acts of violence and intimidation by private individuals, organizations and social groups.

You can access the full report here:

Last Updated on Thursday, 20 September 2012 20:41
Germany's Circumcision Ban and Religious Freedom PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 23 August 2012 19:10

Merkel: Germany risks becoming a laughing stock

Germany today finds itself embroiled in a religious controversy that touches the very core of its post-war identity, while at the same time addressing the strains of adapting to an increasingly multi-ethnic, multi-racial and multi-religious makeup.

In June, after a Muslim boy suffered health complications from a ritual circumcision, a court in Cologne declared nonmedical circumcision to be criminal because it causes children bodily harm. Amid outrage from Jewish and Muslim leaders who said it threatened their religious freedom, lawmakers quickly passed a resolution promising legislation guaranteeing legal protection for circumcision.

Germany is home to about 120,000 Jews and 4 million Muslims.

Israel’s chief rabbi of Ashkenazi Jews, Yona Metzger, has sought to assist German political leaders in crafting legislation to protect the right of ritual circumcision.

Last Updated on Friday, 05 October 2012 16:57
Italy Establishes Observatory on Religious Freedom PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 06 July 2012 16:13


Archbishop William Lori (l) & Massimo Introvigne (Photo Fabio Bernabei)Following the lead of the United States, Canada and other countries, Italy too has set up an Observatory on Religious Freedom to monitor and combat violations of religious freedom around the world, beginning with the areas at risk where religious minorities are being persecuted. The Observatory was established by the Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs and the City of Rome and is run by a Coordinator, the sociologist Massimo Introvigne and four members: two diplomats expert on Human Rights, Diego Brasioli and Roberto Vellano, and two representative from NGOs: Attilio Tamburrini and Roberto Fontolan.

The initiative was presented on 28 June in Rome at the Foreign Press Association with a speech by Archbishop of Baltimore William Lori entitled “Religious Liberty: God’s Gift to all Nations is our Responsibility to Defend.”

Mosque Free to Open, a Win for All Religious Houses of Worship PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 August 2012 14:08

Washington DC, August 10, 2012--Today, in a great victory for religious freedom, the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, will be able to use its newly built mosque for prayer for the first time. The mosque has faced opposition from a small group of local residents, who filed a lawsuit seeking to prevent the mosque from being used. But on July 18th, after lawsuits filed by The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty and the United States Department of Justice, a federal court ruled in the mosque’s favor, concluding that the mosque was entitled to a certificate of occupancy on the same terms as any other house of worship.

"We are very happy that such a basic religious freedom right, namely the freedom worship, has been preserved," said ICRF president Dan Fefferman. "Special congratulations to the Becket Fund for their important, unselfish work on this case."

“Today marks a triumph not just for the Muslims of Murfreesboro, but for people of all faiths. No house of worship should be kept from meeting just because the neighbors dislike their religious beliefs,” said Luke Goodrich, Deputy General Counsel at the Becket Fund.

President of French anti-religious organization MIVILUDES convicted by Criminal Court of Paris PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 28 June 2012 19:50

Georges Fenech

Georges Fenech, the president of French anti-religious organization MIVILUDES (an acronym for Mission interministérielle de vigilance et de lutte contre les dérives sectaires – Interministerial Mission for Monitoring and Combatting Cultic Deviances), was convicted for public defamation by the Paris criminal court on June 1, 2012 .

The defamation case started because of a defamatory accusations against lay Catholics association called French Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) whiuch were published in the 2009 annual report of MIVILUDES.

The 17th Chamber of the Criminal Court of Paris, specializing in cases concerning the press, stressed the lack of accuracy in the report as well as the lack of restraint in its expressions. The court also emphasized that a state agency such as MIVILUDES should not use vague approximations in its work.

Both George Fenech and MIVILUDES have earned an international reputation for repressing religious minorities and violating the European Convention on Human Rights. By being convicted of public defamation, George Fenech has tarnished his name – and the reputation of MIVILUDES.

Central-European Religious Freedom Institute congratulates the Paris Criminal Court for convicting Fenech – and in so doing, taking a step forward in advancing the rights of religious minorities in France.


Posted courtesy Forum for Religious Freedom Europe

Source: CERF Institute


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