Today, over 80% of the world’s people live

Today, over 80% of the world’s people live
in places where there is some form of restriction, discrimination, or ongoing persecution because of their beliefs.

It is the anguished face of a Rohingya mother in Myanmar whose baby son has been ripped from her arms by soldiers and flung into a fire.

The tragic human faces of religious persecution are diverse and they are many — Copts in Egypt, Baha’i in Yemen, Christians in North Korea and China, Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia, and religious minorities throughout Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.

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