The European Union’s top court has decided that public offices in member states have the right to refuse all religious symbols. This does only apply to people at the front desk but also in the background. The only rule is that the ban applies to all; from the Muslim head scarf to the Jewish kippah and the Christian cross.
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Hate crimes against Christians have increased, according to a newly released report. Christians are under pressure not only on the streets but also in parliament and the courts.
The Court of Appeal in the Finnish capital Helsinki will rule on Tuesday in the case against Christian MP Päivi Räsänen.
"I feel more threatened than ever", Michel Friedman says. Living as a Jew in Germany, he experiences everyday encounters as "riskier".
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The Conference of European Churches (CEC) and the World Council of Churches (WCC) knock on the door of the European Union. The churches are shocked about the Armenian exodus from Nagorno-Karabakh.
A Greek judge ruled that students who belong to the Greek Orthodox Church must follow religious classes.
All Facebook friends of Christoph Zehender who write posts about politicians in a denigrating tone will be un-friended. That said the German theologian and song-writer a few days ago on Facebook.
A Swedish bakery has been reported to the Discrimination Ombudsman after refusing to make a wedding cake for a gay couple. But the Christian bakers think it was a set-up all along.