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USCIRF Chair Comments on the State of International Religious Freedom

In an October 19, 2012 op-ed for Eurasia Review, Katrina Lantos Swett, chair of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), discusses the main issues of concern facing religious freedom today: barriers to constructing and safely using places of worship and governmental limitations on religious rights. Complicated procedures exist for those wishing to obtain […]

France Honors Thousands of Jews Placed in Drancy Internment Camp; nearly all died in Holocaust

“France has inaugurated a memorial to tens of thousands of Jews forced into a World War II internment camp during World War II that was set up with cooperation from the Nazi collaborationist Vichy government.”   Source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/france-honors-thousands-of-jews-placed-in-drancy-internment-camp-nearly-all-died-in-holocaust/2012/09/21/c0db57d8-03dd-11e2-9132-f2750cd65f97_story.html

4 Injured After Package Explodes at Paris Kosher Grocery Store

“A small package bomb exploded inside a kosher grocery store in a Paris suburb Wednesday, according to an agency that tracks anti-Semitic attacks in France.” Source: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/4-injured-package-explodes-paris-kosher-grocery-store-report-article-1.1162995#ixzz277WLkWxG