Research Articles

An-Na’im, A. A. (1987). Religious minorities under Islamic law and the limits of cultural relativism. Human Rights Quarterly, 9(1), 1-18.

Araújo, A. M. R. (2014). The qualification for being a refugee under EU law: Religion as a reason for persecution. European Journal of Migration and Law, 16(4), 535-558.

Berlit, U. (2015). Credibility assessment in claims based on persecution for reasons of religious conversion and homosexuality: A practitioners approach. International Journal of Refugee Law, 27(4), 649–666.

Chan, K. (2017). Identifying the institutional religious freedom claimant. Canadian Bar Review, 95(3), 707-733.

Cheung, S. (2019). The boundaries of religious persecution: Refugee law and the limits of permissible restrictions on religion. The Journal of Human Rights, 13(2), 141-174.

Dolance, J. (2013). U.S. asylum law as a path to religious persecution. Virginia Journal of International Law, 53(2), 469-500.

Frantz, B. L. (2007). Proving persecution: The burdens of establishing a nexus in religious asylum claims and the dangers of new reforms. Ave Maria Law Review, 5(2), 499-527.

Gunn, T. J. (2003). The complexity of religion and the definition of religion in international law. Harvard Human Rights Journal, 16, 189-215.

Johnson, E. (1996). Religious persecution: A viable basis for seeking refugee status in the United States? BYU Law Review, 1996(4), 757-786.

Kagan, M. (2010). Refugee credibility assessment and the “religious imposter” problem: A case study of Eritrean Pentecostal claims in Egypt. Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 43(5), 1179- 1233.

Mousin, C. B. (2003). Standing with the persecuted: Adjudicating religious asylum claims after the enactment of the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998. Brigham Young University Law Review, 2, 541-592.

Musalo, K. (2002). Claims for protection based on religion or belief: Analysis and proposed conclusions. (Legal and Protection Policy Research Series Report No. PPLA/2002/01). United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Department of International Protection. Retrieved from religion-belief-analysis-proposed-conclusions.html

Rehaag, S. (2010). Bordering on legality: Canadian church sanctuary and the rule of law. Refuge: Canada’s Journal on Refugees, 26(1), 43–56.

Samahon, T. N. (2000). The religion clauses and political asylum: Religious persecution claims and the religious membership-conversion imposter problem. Georgetown Law Journal, 88, 2211-2238.

Sonntag, H. (2017). Testing religion: Adjudicating claims of religious persecution brought by Iranians in the US and Germany. Case Western Reserve Law Review, 68(3), 975-1057.