Religious freedom experts criticized this week a United Nations anti-blasphemy resolution for most likely hindering Christian evangelism and spreading Sharia law.

"This anti-blasphemy resolution is mostly seen to be putting a chilling effect' on Christian work and outreach around the world, and that is a very troubling development for us," said Carol Moeller, president/CEO of Open Doors, according to Mission Network News.

The non-binding U.N. resolution was first introduced by Pakistan and the Organization of the Islamic Conference at the U.N. Human Rights Council in 1999. It was amended to include religions other than Islam, and has since passed every year.

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