Monthly Archives: February 2010

Religious symbols and reminders of religious freedom: My purchase of a menorah

I announced to my family a few weeks ago that I was going to purchase a menorah. They looked at me kind of funny, wondering why I, being a Christian, would do such a thing. But as I was reading … Continue reading

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RUSSIA: Setback for anti-missionary law

Ministry of Justice sacks people who conducted incompetent anti-missionary policy against non-Orthodox By Roman Lunkin (10.02.2010) / HRWF (17.02.2010) – Website: – Email: – The uproar evoked by a series of initiatives of the Ministry of Justice … Continue reading

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Kazakhstan: International Protest against imprisonment of reknown human rights defender Zhovtis

Statement of the World Movement for Democracy Steering Committee regarding Developments in the Case against Yevgeniy Zhovtis The Steering Committee of the World Movement for Democracy calls on the Supreme Court of Kazakhstan to honor the appeal submitted on 27 … Continue reading

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