Tag Archives: Vietnam

Persecution Updates From CAR, Pakistan and Sudan (Good News too!)

I’ve been remiss in sharing my articles for WORLD the past few weeks. This week I got to write a rare good news story about prisoners of the faith being freed.

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Lawmakers Say Religious Freedom Report is All Bark, More to Do

My latest article for World regarding international persecution: While the Obama administration made two big moves on persecution this week—appointing an ambassador for international religious freedom and releasing the State Department’s religious freedom report—two Republican lawmakers said more work remains … Continue reading

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The Use of “Allah,” and What’s Really Going on in Vietnam

My recent vacation prevented me from getting a chance to post the article I wrote last week for World magazine online. I wrote about the appeals court decision in Malaysia that would keep publications like The Herald, a Catholic outlet … Continue reading

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