Towards an effective strategy for freedom of religion
Every year, Open Doors is publishing its well-known World Watch List annual ranking of the 50 countries where Christians face the most extreme persecution. This year there were two points that drew specific attention in the Dutch Christian media.
Newest publication: If you want peace, prepare for war!
We are proud to announce we have finalized the translation of the original french book Si tu veux la paix, prépare la guerre! by French Army Colonel/scholar François-Régis Legrier.
Ending support for extremism through foreign policy
We have ended up in the depressing situation that we are now as Europe surrounded by wars and military conflict. It is obvious that the attack by Hamas against Israel was horrific and outright evil and that it is clear that Israel cannot exist if Hamas also exists. As more than enough has been said over this conflict, it is more useful to focus on an angle that has wide-ranging implications for the foreign policy of the EU and EU Member States. The question is ‘who supports Hamas’?
Persecuted Christians, Identity and Foreign Policy
Recently there has been an outcry among many Christians in Europe over the attacks against Christians in Pakistan that followed after even stricter blasphemy laws have been introduced in that country. As usual MP’s and MEP’s here in Europe who are standing up for freedom of religion and belief (most of them Christians) filed questions over this situation in Pakistan.
Sallux is a European political foundation. We cover a wide set of issues in cooperation with our members and partners. To present our work in a coherent manner we developed four streams that highlight our vision for the development of Europe and the global community:
webinar with Paul Mills: Cashing Out? Biblical thoughts on the future of money
The Jubilee Centre, in partnership with Cambridge Papers and Sallux, is planning to host a webinar with Paul Mills on the topic of ‘Biblical Thoughts on the Future of Money’ on Monday January 29th 2024 at 7:30pm, UK time. (20:30 CET)
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A Holistic overview of migration from Africa to the EU