UNITED STATES – Report: aggressive nationalism is fueling religious hatred—West is failing to Act

ACN United States | Jan. 16, 2019

A SURGE IN aggressive nationalism in key parts of the world is to blame for a rise in violence and other intimidation targeting religious minorities—and the West is failing to convert words of concern into action. This is one of the principal findings of a new report on the state of religious freedom around the world produced by Aid to the Church in Need (ACN), an international papal charity that serves the persecuted and suffering Church.

The report—noting that respect for religious freedom is on the decline worldwide—finds that 61 percent of the world’s population live in countries where the right to religious freedom is obstructed or denied outright. The report estimates that some 327 million Christians live in countries where there is religious persecution, with another 178 million suffering some form of discrimination because of their faith.

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