Cases of Intolerance or Discrimination of Christians in Europe

Found 2131 case(s):

"Drag Sethlas" Testified about Las Palmas Carnival Performance

Borja Casillas, better known as "Drag Sethlas" testified before a judge to respond to a complaint filed by the Spanish Association of Christian Lawyers. He is accused of hurting religious sentiments during his performance at the Drag Gala of the 2017 Carnival of the city in which he dressed both as the Virgin Mary and the crucified Christ. Read more ...

Sacristy Ransacked in Belgiun Church

During the night between October 21st and 22nd, unknown perpetrators broke into the church Saint-Remi de Baulers and ransacked the sacristy. No valuables were taken. Read more ...

Catholic Priest Insulted as “Infidel” and “Swine” at Lidl Checkout

A parish priest, dressed in his normal clerical clothing, was verbally attacked in a supermarket in Werl by a man who called him a "pig" and an "infidel" as he shook the priest's shopping cart. The priest called the police, but they told him they wouldn't respond. Publicly insulting a person in Germany can be a criminal offense. Read more ...

Pakistani Christian Attacked for Displaying Cross, Poppies on Car

Tajamal Amar, a 45-year-old Pakistani Christian man, was beaten and left unconscious outside a restaurant. He reported that he was attacked by a group of Muslims who objected to him displaying a cross in his car and two large red poppies on the front of his car. Read more ...

Parents' Campaign Forces Church School to Ban Christian Charity Group; Wants Symbols Removed

After a parents' group complained about a Christian charity's "fundamentalist approach" in discussions of sin, St. John's Church of England Primary School in Tunbridge Wells agreed to block CrossTeach from running assemblies or giving lessons. The campaign also demands the removal of crosses, Bibles and clergy from Church of England school assemblies. Read more ...

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