Freedom of religion curtailed around the world

December 2014
Religion Watch;Dec2014, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p12
The article discusses the results of the report "Religious Freedom in the World 2014" from the Catholic nongovernmental organization Aid to the Church in Need. The report indicates that Muslim minority groups in countries deemed with the highest level of religious freedom infringements face systematic persecution. It concludes that global religious freedom has declined significantly.


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