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UK, December 5th, 2007: MP Mark Pritchard introduced a debate in the House of Commons on 'Christianophobia'.

December 5, 2007

UK, December 2nd, 07: Writer Cristina Odone comments on intolerance against Christians in the UK

December 2, 2007

Author and radio talk show host Dennis Prager in July 2007

July 1, 2007

Cardinal Ratzinger: Secular Forces 'Pushing God to Margins'

August 11, 2005

Cardinal Ratzinger in 2004: God had been pushed "very much into the margins .... In politics, it seems to be almost indecent to speak about God, almost as it were an attack on the freedom of someone who doesn't believe. ... A secularism which is just, is one of freedom of religion. The state does not impose a religion, but rather provides free space to those religions with a responsibility to civil society."

Discrimination against Christians of Particular Interest for OSCE

June 9, 2005

"Discrimination against Christians and members of other religions is a subject of particular relevance for the OSCE, a region with an extensive Christian tradition in general but one where historically all kinds of persecution and discrimination have also taken place against Christians, be they Catholic, Protestant since Luther’s reform or members of the orthodox church. (...)"

Expert Explains Intolerance Against Christian at OSCE Conference

June 9, 2005

"Across the OSCE region, Christians and members of other religions face restrictions on their religious freedom. Problems include discrimination against individuals in the workplace and public services, defamation campaigns against minority religious groups, improper denial of legal status, the disruption or prohibition of worship even in private homes, censorship of religious literature, and imprisonment of those who object to military service on religious grounds."

"In the past, even if one was not a Christian, the expression of the sacred was respected. We are facing a serious threat to the expression of religious freedom. Secularism must not be a rejection of the religious, but a principle of neutrality that gives

November 30, 2004

Dominique Rey, Bishop of Fréjus-Toulon, in an interview with the Italian magazine Il Timone, August 5, 2019

"To attack a Christian tomb or a church, whatever the motivation of the author, is a way to attack one part of our collective identity, because Christianity and its monuments have shaped our culture, our history and our landscapes. Seeking to destroy or d

November 30, 2001

Annie Genevard in Le Figero, 2 April 2019

"Seeking to destroy or damage Christian buildings is a way of 'wiping the slate clean' of the past."

November 30, 2001

Annie Genevard, MP, Republicans Party, in an interview in Le Figaro, April 2, 2019