Updated report: Freedom of Religion or Belief in Nigeria

The Office of David Anderson is pleased to release an updated version of the May 2018 report on the status of freedom of religion or belief in the Federal Republic of Nigeria.   Click here to read the report Click here to learn more about the freedom of religion or belief in Nigeria Read More

Religious Persecution in China: The Destruction of Mosques

In the second in a series of videos exposing the attacks on freedom of religion or belief in China, MP David Anderson addresses the destruction of mosques: 24,400 mosques in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region have been destroyed since 2009 according to Liu Xiaoming, China’s ambassador to ... Read More

UPDATE: Freedom of Religion or Belief in Cuba

MP David Anderson provides an update on freedom of religion or belief in Cuba: Cuba’s new President, Miguel Díaz-Canel, has indicated that the country’s new constitution, which will be voted on in a referendum in February 2019, will more accurately reflect “the now and the ... Read More

Justin Trudeau’s sabotage of our immigration system

Canada has relied on legal immigration for decades. It was understood, prior to Justin Trudeau’s election, that people could not apply as refugees in Canada when they were already in a safe third country. Justin Trudeau recklessly tweeted in 2017 that people would not be stopped from crossing ... Read More

UPDATE: Freedom of Religion or Belief in Russia

MP David Anderson provides a December 2018 update on freedom of religion or belief in Russia: Last May, the US Mission to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) reported that “raids on homes and places of worship, including those […] in Ufa […] Polyarny, […] ... Read More

We must continue the fight against Justin Trudeau’s Carbon Tax

Those who love carbon taxes have tried in the past to use British Columbia as their example. Emissions had dropped as the carbon tax came in but it was not because of the tax; it was because the economy had slowed down. Since then, the economy has picked up, emissions have gone up and the […] Read More

UZBEKISTAN: Military raids Baptists, Church ordered closed

By Mushfig Bayram | Forum 18 For the first time Uzbekistan’s military has raided Tashkent Baptists meeting for worship. Asked why the military were involved, officials said “it is a special operation”. Police threatened Baptists they “will come every Sunday and disrupt ... Read More

Afghan Shias in the firing line: ‘IS wants to wipe us out’

By Secunder Kermani | BBC News Tears and wails of grief fill the air around a hilltop cemetery in the outskirts of Kabul. “Why did you leave us?” one distraught mother cries out. Another lovingly caresses the photograph of her dead child. Families of about 50 students killed in a ... Read More

Bulgarian Christians continue protests

By Ken Camp | Baptist Standard SOFIA, Bulgaria—For the third consecutive Sunday, Bulgarian Christians gathered in their nation’s capital to pray and protest proposed restrictions on religious freedom. Christians representing varied traditions assembled in Tzar Osvobedital Square in Sofia on ... Read More

Woman describes torture, beatings in Chinese detention camp

By Maria Danilova | Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — A member of the Uighur minority on Monday detailed torture and abuse she says she experienced in one of the internment camps where the Chinese government has detained hundreds of thousands of religious minorities. Mihrigul Tursun, ... Read More

Liberals’ media payout reeks of political interference and payback

Canadians are increasingly critical of our national media because of perceived political activism and bias. That was even before Canada’s largest media union made it obvious that, in 2019, they would be supporting the federal Liberals in the election. Last week, the Liberals did a quid pro ... Read More

Pakistan arrests 1100 supporters of detained cleric

By Asim Tanveer | Associated Press MULTAN, Pakistan (AP) — Police in an ongoing crackdown arrested some 1100 supporters of a detained radical Islamic cleric, who disrupted daily life with nationwide rallies following the acquittal of a Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy, ... Read More

Religious freedom at risk in one of five countries: Report

By Associated Free Press PARIS: Religious freedom is under threat in one of every five nations around the globe, in part because of an increase in “aggressive ultranationalism”, a Catholic NGO said in a report Thursday (Nov 22). Aid to the Church in Need found incidents of religious ... Read More

Two pastors among seven killed by Islamist militants in eastern DRC

By World Watch Monitor Two Congolese pastors were among the seven Christians killed in attacks by an Islamist militant group in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo earlier this month. Six Christians, including Rev. Kausa Kaule Yosua and his daughter, 27-year-old Masika, were killed in the 10 ... Read More

Over 40 killed in attack on Catholic Cathedral

By Christian Solidarity Worldwide At least 40 people were killed in an attack on 15 November on the Sacred Heart Cathedral in Aliandao town, Central African Republic (CAR), 200 miles east of the capital Bangui. On 15 November the Cathedral and its surrounding properties, a camp for internally ... Read More

New report: Polar bears not threatened by present climate

We all know that mankind impacts the environment. Anyone who lives in Southwestern Saskatchewan knows that settlement of this area drastically changed this system – from short grass prairie to impressive agricultural food production, which has fed the world. Scientists use computers to ... Read More