(RNS) — Since the Houthis came to power in 2013, they have begun a program of systematic persecution against the Baha’is that is suspiciously reminiscent of Iran’s historical enmity.
(RNS) — At the Islamic Society of North America's first-ever presidential forum, both Sanders and Julián Castro underscored the need to build solidarity between communities to turn the tide against President Trump in 2020.
(AP) — “The people are exhausted by the long conflict and many children are hungry, but humanitarian aid isn’t accessible,” Pope Francis said.
(AP) — After battling U.S. immigration authorities for more than a year for the right to enter the country and flying halfway around the world, a Yemeni mother finally got to hold her dying 2-year-old son.
(RNS) — If we allow the condemnation of 22 Baha’is to death in Yemen, what will the world have actually learned?
(RNS) — While this new wave of persecution against the Baha’is may seem arbitrary, it strongly echoes the state-sponsored program of persecution against the Baha’is in Iran.
WASHINGTON (AP) — It's not a final ruling on the travel ban: Challenges to the policy are winding through the federal courts, and the justices themselves ultimately are expected to rule on its legality.
VATICAN CITY (AP) — He says his captors feigned hitting him on videos seeking ransom.
NEW DELHI (AP) — The Rev. Tom Uzhunnalil was abducted by militants in March 2016 when they attacked the home, killing 16 people, including four nuns.
LOS ANGELES (RNS) For Hadil Mansoor Al-Mowafak, a 20-year-old international affairs student at Stanford University, the president’s executive order meant that if she went to see her husband in Yemen, she risked not being able to return.
(RNS) Looking thin and wearing a beard, the Rev. Tom Uzhunnalil — kidnapped by Islamic extremists last March — speaks in a weak, almost robotic voice.
(RNS) Two Baha’i men in Yemen were unexpectedly released from detention Sunday after months without charge. The men’s wives are still fighting for religious freedom.
ROME (RNS) Initial rumors fueled fears that the Rev. Tom Uzhunnalil had been crucified by ISIS-affiliated militants.
ROME (RNS) The handwritten notes tell how gunmen hunted down the nuns, four of the 16 victims, and then destroyed the Christian symbols in the Catholic nursing home.
(RNS) The pope said the sisters and other victims of the "diabolical violence” are also casualties of the "globalization of indifference" to such tragedies.
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