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Trends in Global Restrictions on Religion

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1. Number of countries with very high restrictions and hostilities went down in 2014

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2. Harassment of specific religious groups: Christians and Muslims were harassed in the most countries in 2014

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3. Middle East-North Africa was region with highest restrictions and hostilities in 2014

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4. Among the world’s 25 most populous countries, the highest overall restrictions on religion in 2014 were in Egypt, Indonesia, Pakistan, Russia and Turkey

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