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 +'''Religious persecution''' is systematic mistreatment of an individual or group due to their [[Religion|religious affiliation]].
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 +Not only theorists of [[secularization]] (who presume a decline of [[religiosity]] in general) would willingly assume that religious persecution is a thing of the past. However, with the rise of [[fundamentalism]] and [[Religious terrorism|religiously related terrorism]], this assumption has become even more controversial. Indeed, in many countries of the world today, religious persecution is a [[human rights]] problem.
 +==See also==
 +*[[Christian privilege]]
 +*[[Human rights abuses]]
 +*[[Persecution]]
 +*[[Religious abuse]]
 +*[[Religious cleansing]]
 +*[[Religious intolerance]]
 +*[[Islamic religious police]]
 +*[[Religion and violence]]
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Religious persecution is systematic mistreatment of an individual or group due to their religious affiliation.

Not only theorists of secularization (who presume a decline of religiosity in general) would willingly assume that religious persecution is a thing of the past. However, with the rise of fundamentalism and religiously related terrorism, this assumption has become even more controversial. Indeed, in many countries of the world today, religious persecution is a human rights problem.

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