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With the death toll from the virus continuing to climb, Church leaders have authorized cremations even though the burial practice is viewed locally as a Hindu custom, not a Christian one.
Catholics from around the world told the Register their stories of being on the hospital frontlines of COVID-19.
USCIRF released its annual report on Tuesday, documenting progress and setbacks for religious freedom in 29 countries around the world during the previous year.
On March 18, Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni suspended religious and cultural gatherings for at least 32 days in an attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19.
In his speech Feb. 24, Trump acknowledged that concerns about religious freedom and India’s months-long detention of political leaders in Kashmir were discussed privately.
Tony Perkins, chairman of the USCIRF, said that the “reported attacks against Muslims, their homes and ships, and their houses of worship are greatly disturbing.”
Critics say the law, which denies the opportunity for citizenship to Muslim refugees, is a threat to India’s secular democracy.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party expanded its political power in the May 23 elections.