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It is our hope to establish that public dollars can never be used to support any group's efforts at religious conversion," AU's Lynn said.
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Jan 26 ( ANI ): The Right to Information (RTI) office on Thursday revealed that as many as 1,687 people opted for religious conversion in Maharashtra in the last 43 months, with 1,166 Hindus embracing other faiths, including Islam, Christianity and Buddhism.
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According to the Religious Conversion Bill, anyone wishing to change his religion must be over 18 and will be required to file an application with a local board, including the reasons for the conversion.
Christian church congregations and other faith-based groups should respond to the epic-scaled saga of how John Newton, an 18th-century British slave trader, experienced a "miraculous" religious conversion, became an Anglican minister, and went on to write 200 church hymns, including the stirring title piece.
Htin Lin Oo's sentence comes as Burma's Parliament continues to consider a package of new laws known as the Protection of Race and Religion Laws, which if implemented will include legislation restricting religious conversion and inter-religious marriage.
India's pro-Hindu ruling party is calling for laws to ban religious conversion in all of India following reports that a group of Muslims in Agra were forced to convert to Hinduism.
He said the BJP does not believe in forced religious conversion and the party is against such incidents wherever they happen.
The opposition, united on the recent religious conversion issue, has been blocking the Rajya Sabha, insisting that the prime minister should speak on the conversion issue, a demand that the government has not relented on.
The IS follow an extreme form of Sunni Islam, and have been advancing in both Iraq and Syria, either killing or forcing the religious conversion of all those with different beliefs, including Christians, Shia Muslims and the Yazidi people.
Among specific topics are analyzing life stories using elements of the theories of McAdams and Hermans, religious voices and identity in the life-narratives of young adult Moroccans, the use of symbolic resources in the life course, religious turbulence in Christoph Schlingenseif's cancer diary, coming to terms with religious conversion by marriage, and constructing a Muslim self in a post-migration context.
A Malaysian court on Thursday nullified the religious conversion of three children to Islam without their mother's consent citing it to be unlawful and unconstitutional.

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