By Richard Mann, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A report released this Thursday, June 13th, by the Ministry of Women, Family and Human Rights (MMFDH) points out that Brazil is still displaying signs of religious intolerance in the form of physical assault, cursing, burglaries, desecration of images, homicide attempts, and criminal fires.
Leading case cities are Natal with 191 cases, followed by São Paulo with 91, and Rio de Janeiro with 61. Natal has led the ranking since 2015.
In 2018, Dial 100 (Dial Human Rights) recorded 506 cases. Among the most affected groups is Umbanda with 72 . . .