A Gary, Indiana woman, Sarah Safi, dropped into a local Family Dollar store to pick up some charcoal for a family barbecue. Instead, her religious beliefs were insulted and she was asked to leave.
Republican US Rep. Louie Gohmert grilled a Christian leader who believes in the separation of church and state during a congressional hearing on religious freedom, refuting the notion that people won't go to 'Hell' if they don't believe in Jesus.
Atheism, the position of not believing in a God or the acknowledgment that in fact there never was God? Either way the topic is creating a back lash of controversy among religious leaders and followers alike.
Romney's last minute campaign message to Christians is that Obama is a threat to their faith. A robocall message sponsored by Romney's campaign says Obama is a threat to the Christian faith because he said Christians "cling to guns or religion."
In a recently published article, head of the Diocese of Los Angeles Archbishop Jose H. Gomez, says democracy in the U.S. is under threat with recent government acts of suppression of religious freedom.
Prosecutors in the case of members of the Jehovah's Witnesses A. Makvetsyan and S. Grigoryan against the Armenian Apostolic Church Holy Trinity priest Ter Yesayi Artenyan, are presenting fresh charges against A. Makvetsyan.
Catholic bishops in the U.S. are worried about religious freedom in the country. They have decided to challenge President Barack Obama on what they say is his administration's assault on religious freedom.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) has finally closed down an art exhibit that features supposedly blasphemous images of Jesus Christ amid protests from art exhibitors who claim the exhibit was part of their freedom of expression.
A religious group based in the United States have walked the streets of Manila handing out booklets to people in the crowded city early this week claiming May 21 at sunset will be the end of the world.
The Israeli military has a new weapon in its war against potential draft dodgers: Facebook. At least for now, it's being aimed at women who are attempting to avoid mandatory service in Israel's Armed Forces.
New York -
This is already my third article on the NYC Mosque controversy. When I started my Facebook group and website Pakistanis for Peace of the same name two years ago, I did it in response to the tragic and callous terrorist attacks in Mumbai India in 2008.
Since late February more than 50 Jehovah's Witnesses have been arrested and detained. They were publicly protesting in a nation-wide leaflet distribution aimed at informing Russian citizens as to how their religious freedoms are being curtailed.
Although it's what we are lead to believe the United States was not founded by a rock of Christians. The pledge of allegiance didn't include God until the 1950's. Religious freedom is quickly going into the hamper.