Report documents intolerance against Christians in Germany
November 02, 2012
A European non-governmental organization has submitted a report to the UN Human Rights Commission documenting incidents of anti-Christian intolerance in Germany.
The report by the Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians highlights the following rights violations:
- Prohibition of Homeschooling: Violating Parents’ Rights
- Pharmacists: Freedom of Conscience Endangered
- Pro-Life Activists: Freedom of Assembly and Freedom of Expression at Stake
- Anti-Religious Hostility: Violations of Freedom of Religion and Freedom of Assembly
- Vandalism and Hate Incidents against Christian Places of Worship
- Compulsory Sex Education: Violating Parents’ Rights
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- Report on Intolerance Against Christians Submitted to UN Human Rights Commission (C-FAM)
- Full text of report (Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians)
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