View all our campaign updates.
Texan Governor sued for “unconstitutional” participation in prayer rallyCountry/Region: United States
Texas Governor Rick Perry is being sued by a national
organisation focused on ensuring the separation of Church and state
because he plans to participate in a forthcoming Christian prayer
The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) is asking the Southern District Court of Texas in Houston to declare the governor’s connection to a “Day of Prayer and Fasting” unconstitutional and stop his participation in the event.
Operation Nehemiah: News and Prayer Update #30
UK’s equality watchdog says Christians should have right to
Christian teacher reprimanded in UK for explaining religion;
Islamists call for sharia in British “emirates”;
Muslim prayers at Toronto school causes outcry;
Virginia curriculum sidelines Christianity and promotes Islam;
Second Australian state moves to implement veil law;
Australia’s Muslim leaders want sharia, survey shows;
UK’s equality watchdog says Christians should have right to follow conscience
The UK's equality watchdog has determined that Christians should be given greater freedom to follow their beliefs in the workplace.
Christian teacher reprimanded in UK for explaining religion
A Christian teacher in the UK has been ordered by her school not to talk about religion after answering a child's question about the Muslim faith.
Islamists call for sharia in British “emirates”
An Islamist group in Britain has called upon Muslims to create enclaves in major cities where sharia will one day be implemented.
Muslim prayers at Toronto school causes outcry
A school in Toronto, Canada, that is allowing imams to lead prayer sessions in its cafeteria has received strong criticism from parents and religious groups.
Virginia curriculum sidelines Christianity and promotes Islam
The Virginia Board of Education promotes Islam while moving all other religions, including Christianity, into the background, according to the Richmond Political Buzz Examiner.