Rights of the Dead
January 30, 2013
Teoh Beng Hock, a political aide in an opposition-led Malaysian state, died under suspicious circumstances after he was called in for questioning by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission in 2009. The case sparked public anger and put a spolight on the workings of democracy and justice in Malaysia.
Deprivation may turn into frustration making it is easy for some Rohingya to accept extreme ideologies
To engage in ecumenical dialogue means confronting the social evils of caste, communalism, gender discrimination and violence
Some 400 churches will get together to clean stagnant water where dengue-carrying mosquitoes breed
Several churches and organizations united to face down attacks on Christians in an atmosphere of political upheaval
Delegates of World Apostolic Congress attend inauguration of 38 meter figure