Religious Freedom Not the Norm for Majority of the World According to Pew Report

By Taylor Barnes  Correspondent / December 18, 2009

The majority of countries and territories across the world have laws or constitutions calling for freedom of religion. But religious freedom is not the reality for the majority of the globe’s people.

Nearly 70 percent of the world’s population lives in countries with “high” or “very high” religious restriction – that’s the finding of a first-of-its-kind Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life survey. It notes that some of the strictest countries in the world are also the most populous. But no nation is fully free of religious restriction, it adds.

FULL ARTICLE FROM THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

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