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Polska King Dec 9
Who are you to judge one's faith? To each their own.
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steeve Dec 6
The only thing criticizing Donald for not reciting Christian words along with other people art the funeral tells me, is that when he said he's the most Christian person, you believed him.
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C O R A • C O M P L A I N S Dec 10
Just because YOU are offended doesn't mean you're right. Some people are offended by equality.
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CHR Philippines 19h
Replying to @chrgovph
Atty. Parojinog said that there are policies being passed but the implementation are still unclear---and this is one of the challenges we face.
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CHP National Office 9h
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Political Crap Dec 7
You go, girl!! As for pastor, there's this thing called Freedom of Religion in the document called CONSTITUTION. If you don't like it, you can take your bigoted ass out of USA.
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CHR Philippines 19h
Replying to @chrgovph
Ms. Emerlynne Gil, Senior International Legal Adviser (Southeast Asia) or the International Commission of Jurists, provides the overview of freedom of religion.
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Tabi Jozwick-Journalist Dec 9
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BuckeyeGal Dec 6
crew discusses Pres & Mrs. not reciting the Apostles Creed. Me too. I am evangelical. We don't recite it. Even if visiting church that recites, I don't say it. I don't believe in the universal catholic church.
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royalleo65 Dec 8
Replying to @IlhanMN
Seriously! This is America where Freedom of Religion is part the backbone of our great nation. But no really Pastor keep preaching your hate.
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Apathy Kills Dec 5
should never be compromised by .
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Zatchooze Dec 10
Can we celebrate this day with the end of apostasy laws? should be a universal human right.
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Robert L E Dec 6
The constitution forbids the establishment of a national religion but doesn't care about that if he was president would be all but gone & Christianity would become a religion of oppression in the US
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EA Dec 9
800,000+ of Turkic and Uighur Muslims in China have been sent to camps, forcing them to give up Islam. The world is yet again silent as another GENOCIDE occurs.
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Joshua Myers Dec 9
If you're an American, and you think muslim women shouldn't be allowed to wear a hajib then you're really not an American.
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Barry W. Bussey Dec 5
If moral freedom is what free of conscience protects why we protect this freedom boils down to the fact that this freedom affirms and protects human dignity and the moral commitments that sustain our identity and integrity
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CHR Philippines 19h
Replying to @chrgovph
Mr. Nay Phome Latt, MP for Yangon Hluttaw Region in Myanmar, shares the experiences of Myanmar with .
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Katherine Dew-Moor Dec 10
Replying to @UNHumanRights
for me. is possibly the most important article as it’s a private part of one’s life. The right to not be religious is also important too. Too many people across the globe are persecuted for what they believe in.
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ACMCU Dec 10
"100 Christians snatched in overnight raids on underground church"| South China Morning Post
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Free Press Media Dec 10
says "There are no currently no churches in Saudi Arabia of any denomination". Doesn't that break your heart?
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