Category Archives: Asia Pacific

Efforts to Implement Sharia in Sri Lanka

The gazette notification of 19 April 2013 under Standing Order No.48 proposes a Bill to implement Sharia laws into the school system in Sri Lanka. Everyone, especially the Muslims in Sri Lanka need to realize the damage that will be … Continue reading

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Baloney of God’s ‘spokesperson’ in Washington – Response to US “Religious Freedom” Report

The U.S. Government through its embassy in Colombo as usual has expressed concern about attacks on Christian churches by “Buddhist extremists” in Sri Lanka. In its latest International religious freedom report USG has urged GOSL to arrest and prosecute the … Continue reading

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25,000 Muslim Rioters Torch Buddhist Temples, Homes in Bangladesh

Tens of thousands of rioters left a trail of destruction in southeastern Bangladesh as they torched Buddhist temples and homes near the town of Ramu. The violence was sparked by a photo posted on Facebook that allegedly insulted Islam. A … Continue reading

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Arrested for ‘Idol Worship’

Date:2012-07-06 05:02:00 A Sri Lankan youth employed as a domestic aid has been arrested in Saudi Arabia for worshiping a statue of the Buddha, which is considered an offence according to Shariah law. According to the Bodu Bala Senaa, the … Continue reading

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Things They Don’t Tell You About Christianity

South Korea is notorious for the zeal with which converted Koreans turn against their former beliefs. Presbyterian and newly Christened Koreans of other denominations regularly burnt down the same shrines (Buddhist and native Korean) that they used to attend before … Continue reading

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Indigenous People Forum, Ragailong Appeal on Conversion

Source: The Sangai Express Imphal, May 20 2012: Taking grim note of certain individuals making all out effort for spreading/expanding alien religions through forcible conversion of the indigenous people, indigenous People Forum, Ragailong (Imphal East district) has appealed to the … Continue reading

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TVMP Abducts Buddhist Prelate over Batticaloa Land: Where are the Human Rights of the Sinhalese Buddhists?

TMVP members yesterday (May 03) afternoon abducted chief incumbent of Mangalarama Vihara in Batticaloa and confined him to the Vellavali Pradeshiya Sabha chairman’s office for several hours, media reports said. Ven. Ampitiye Sumana Thera later lodged a complaint with the … Continue reading

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Religious Conversion Worst Form of Intolerance, Bhutan PM

In the Kingdom of Bhutan, where Christianity is still awaiting legal recognition, Christians have the right to proclaim their faith but must not use coercion or claim religious superiority to seek conversions, the country’s prime minister told Compass in an … Continue reading

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Buddhist Monk Attacked in Bangladesh

The Buddhist minority in majority Muslim Bangladesh have been constant targets by Islamic extremists Chittagong, Bangladesh– Three men were arrested by police after they barged into a Buddhist temple this week to attack a Buddhist monk during a religious function. … Continue reading

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Christianisation of Chennai Doordarshan’s Podhigai Channel

— Thamizhchelvan We cannot allow this indifferent attitude of the ministry and department to linger. If one channel functions without protest, the whole of Doordarshan and Akashvani would soon become official channels of Christianity. I urge readers to register their protests … Continue reading

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