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Anxious claims about anti-Christian discrimination come under scrutiny
The New Year has started more-or-less where 2006 left off, with a new row about religious symbolism and artefacts in relation to the policy of a major airline.
In a case that has become the focus of a national debate on religious freedom, Egypt's Supreme Administrative Court has ruled against the right of Baha'is to be properly identified on government documents.
Many people will argue that House of Commons leader Jack Straw has been brave in his recent pronouncements about the full public veiling of Muslim women