In the rise of European secularism, Poland is an exception. Not in the rise of right-wing extremism.
Abare Kallah is bringing together both Christians and Muslims harmed by Boko Haram.
The United States has been engaged for decades in a seemingly endless series of wars and military operations.
As religious violence continues to make headlines, it is tempting for both the media and its audience to lump devout worshipers into the same camp as violent extremists. It is also tempting for people of one faith to regard members of other religious groups as the ones most likely to commit heinous crimes in the name of religion.
"Church of Pakistan college principal beaten," read the headline. I am that principal.
Extremists seem to be in charge everywhere. ISIS has taken over a huge geographic area and forced Christians to leave their homes or convert.