Prince Mohammed bin Salman, whose country doesn't recognize the right to religious freedom, had a two hour meeting with prominent evangelical leaders.
The U.S. State Department introduced the latest annual report of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom, which singled out more than two dozen nations as "countries of particular concern" and others nearing that level of documented abuse and discrimination.
To prevent further escalations of violence, authorities should unequivocally condemn this violence and hold perpetrators to account. It's crucial that the government take concrete measures to remove longstanding restrictions on the Rohingya and the Muslim minority.
I believe that love always wins, that love will always defeat hate. This week that belief has been shaken.
Rev. Vivian, a Presidential Medal of Freedom winner, a confidant of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and a role model for so many of us in the 1960s era of civil rights activism and still, believes young people today are inheriting the world at a unique crossroads in history.
Religious intolerance arose with presumptions of certainty: the sureness that my sect possesses certified knowledge means that I cannot endure your sect's evident error. If it had always been accepted that belief does not rise to the level of knowledge, religious intolerance might not have marred our histories.
'My passion might be crimson. My blood has leaked onto our cut stones and sarcophagi, I hope indelibly, like the sticky pimples of gum this gnawing populace drop from their mouths onto my city streets.'