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July 28, 2020

Organizations and Leaders Worldwide Demand for the Redress of Infringement on Human Rights in South Korea

The unexpected onset of COVID-19 has impacted societies and lives all over the world. Various policies are being put in place, ranging from self-quarantine and social […]
June 29, 2020

Covid Recovered South Korean Church Members Donate $83bn Worth of Plasma for Cure

A South Korea-based religious group named the Shincheonji Church of Jesus said that over 4,000 COVID-19 recovered members of the church will donate plasma for developing […]
March 30, 2020

Mother of Catholic Priest Found Dead in Turkey, Father Still Missing after Abduction

The decaying remains of an elderly woman and mother of a Catholic Chaldean priest in Turkey were found last week, two months after she was abducted […]
March 27, 2020

Shincheonji Members Viciously Persecuted Because of Coronavirus Outbreak

In the middle of February, Korean authorities weren’t prohibiting any social or economic activities for its citizens, and it seemed that it was just a matter […]
March 26, 2020

Indian Police Beat Christians, Force Them to Pose like Christ on the Cross While Mocking Jesus

Christians falsely accused of forcefully converting Hindus to Christianity were brutally beaten by a drunken police officer who then ordered them to pose like Christ on […]
March 25, 2020

Saudi Arabia and Iran Both Persecute Religious and Ethnic Minorities

Arch rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran both violate the rights of religious and ethnic minorities, BESA Center reports. Victimized populations include Uighurs threatened with deportation to China, […]