Save Christians and Pakistan from the blasphemy law

13/07/2013
The massacre of Gujarat, Narendra Modi: Sad as when an animal dies
In an interview with Reuters the Chief Minister of Gujarat and a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) says "he does not feel guilty" because he "did nothing wrong". In the carnage of 2002, almost died 2,000 Muslims died, while Modi did nothing to stop the Hindu militants.
13/07/2013
The massacre of Gujarat, Narendra Modi: Sad as when an animal dies
In an interview with Reuters the Chief Minister of Gujarat and a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) says "he does not feel guilty" because he "did nothing wrong". In the carnage of 2002, almost died 2,000 Muslims died, while Modi did nothing to stop the Hindu militants.
13/07/2013
Jakarta: protests will not stop the school reform, in force since 15 July
The controversial "Curriculum 2013" ready to start with the beginning of the new school year. On a warpath, faculty and institutes of various religious denominations. It would encourage "private interests" in the face of the public good. By cutting thousands of jobs and yet another waste (new minister, new reform) of public money.
13/07/2013
The first night of Ramadan in Qatar, dozens of patients in the emergency room for indigestion
A doctor reports that there are from 10 to 15 people who every day must resort to medical help. "They begin to arrive around 8:00 pm, 8:30 with stomach pains and vomiting attacks".
13/07/2013
Mongolia, controversy for Naadam: "Enough with using kids in horse races"
The beginning of the national competition of wrestling, horse riding and archery ignites protests for the use of children in racing: they weigh and cost less. An activist: "The rich must stop exploiting youngsters for their own entertainment." Over 300 accidents a year, and betting up to 60,000 dollars.
11/07/2013
The EU removes the ban: Philippine planes once more can fly in Europe
The limitation had been in force since March 2010, for failure to comply with safety standards and cases of corruption. Starting tomorrow the European skies are again open to Philippine Airlines. For September, connections are scheduled with London, Paris and Rome. Experts predict a boom in tourists and a strengthening of the market.
10/07/2013
Ramadan in Jakarta, the extremists announce a raid "against alcohol and pornography"
The Islamic Defense Front (FPI) announces attacks on "sinful" bars and locales during Islam's holy month. The police sequester and send in smoke drinks and DVDs, in an atmosphere of increasing intolerance. IDF Leader: "Our activists on the streets of the capital, will ensure compliance with the rules." High alert among religious minorities and non-Orthodox Muslims.
09/07/2013
Elections in seven months, the deaths in Cairo cause the provisional government to move quickly
Protests continue demanding the return of Mohammed Morsi to the presidency. Violent shoot-outs in front of the barracks of the Presidential Guard. 51 deaths since Monday, July 8 push Adly Mansour, interim President, to advance the date of the election. Supporters of the deposed president announce a new massive rally for this afternoon.
09/07/2013
Bishop of Vinh: a reformist effort from Catholics, for the full development of Vietnam
Mons. Paul Nguyen Thai Hop, a supporter of the campaign for the end of single-party system, in an interview with AsiaNews relaunches the "task" for human, spiritual and social growth. The state is going through a "difficult" historical situation, the conflicts in the South China Sea are a "threat" to the nation's integrity. Overcoming the "clash" with the Communist authorities for a full evangelization. He will be going to Rio for WYD.
09/07/2013
Tibet, police shoot Buddhist monks: one is dying
A Tibetan religious group gathers to pray on the day of the birthday of the Dalai Lama. The police officers approached the people and, without any warning, open fire at chest height. One monk shot in the head and seriously wounded, now hospitalized in Chengdu.
09/07/2013
Health facility in Yangon gives life and smiles back to children with disabilities
Founded in 2006 by volunteers from New Humanity, a Catholic NGO, in cooperation with the Myanmar Ministry of Social Affairs, the disable resource centre offers health care, educational and pre-vocational training to 63 children. Minn Aung, 10, is one of them. Now he is beginning to walk and talk.
09/07/2013
Israeli Foreign Ministry's three-month-old strike leaves pilgrims to the Holy Land without visas
Indonesian nuns and Chinese Catholics cannot get visas. International athletes and Jewish pilgrims are blocked. For the restructured Foreign Affairs Ministry, which employs 1,200 people, the new Ministry of Foreign Relations is a "needless and wasteful" creation. To accommodate some new allies, Netanyahu strips some functions form Foreign Affairs.