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Unfortunately, the news coming out of Sudan is not what we would have hoped. After a full day of trial today, in which the judge questioned both Pastor Michael and Pastor Peter, the judge concluded there was sufficient evidence to “charge” both pastors with the offenses alleged against them. Under Sudanese criminal procedure, the charge is not a conviction; rather it comes with a presumption that the defense must now counter by presenting evidence of the men’s innocence. The full set of charges... read more

With the July 4th holiday upon us, it is a good time to reflect on America’s founding principles and how we can ensure that our nation remains true to those principles, which made us the greatest country on Earth. As President Calvin Coolidge explained in 1926 during his address on the 150th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, our nation was founded upon religious convictions and will only continue to remain a haven for the protection of liberty if Americans continue to have faith... read more

This week, as we celebrate our Independence Day, securing the blessings of liberty, we have a major victory to report for the religious liberty of those who defend our freedoms. Recently, I told you about Major General Craig Olson, USAF , and how he was attacked by the anti-Christian Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) and its founder “Mikey” Weinstein. Mr. Weinstein claimed that because General Olson publicly shared that he was a Christian believer who valued prayer and gave God the... read more

The trial for Pastors Michael and Peter resumes tomorrow in Sudan, where they could face death sentences for the trumped-up charges brought against them. Now, in the days before the trial resumes, the ACLJ has learned from our sources on the ground that their attorney, Mohaned Mustafa, has been arrested along with Pastor Hafez of the Khartoum Bhari Evangelical Church. This is the same church where Pastor Michael preached and spoke out against the persecution of Christians in Sudan and an... read more

Many conservative Americans look at their country now and no longer recognize it. That is due, in particular, to the implementation over the past one hundred plus years of a Progressive Left agenda that has been steadily transforming this country into something other than what our Founding Fathers had envisioned. The implementation of that agenda has been placed into high gear these past several years by the Obama Administration. For many Americans, trust in the federal government is at a... read more

I’ve been following and writing about this case since it was being considered in the Texas legislature. Now it’s being called “ biggest abortion case at the Supreme Court in nearly 25 years.” Last night the Supreme Court temporarily blocked a pro-life Texas law from going into effect, allowing the abortion industry to remain in its unregulated utopian death camp, walled off from basic health and safety standards, as the case likely comes before the high Court. It all began with Kermit Gosnell . read more

As the deadline for the Iranian nuclear talks loomed today, the State Department announced that the deadline has once again been extended to July 7th. This means more time for the U.S. government to do the right thing and not leave American Pastor Saeed Abedini behind. The Associated Press reports : [T]he State Department announced the extension of an interim nuclear agreement that was set to expire Tuesday night, the original deadline for a final deal. The preliminary measures have been... read more

In April both Iran and the United States agreed that Tuesday, June 30, would be the deadline to reach a nuclear agreement. That deadline has now come and gone. There’s no final agreement. And, four American hostages – including American Pastor Saeed Abedini – remain imprisoned in Iran. What’s even been more troubling is the failure of the U.S. to demand – and secure the release of Pastor Saeed and the others – before any agreement is reached. For reasons unexplained, that has not been a key... read more

It is always a privilege to see supporters rally around causes and use their talents to speak out for those silenced by injustice. Over the past several years, we have seen individuals make videos, hold rallies, share petitions, and host prayer vigils in honor of American Pastor Saeed. Recently, in honor of his 1000th day in captivity, the Christian musician, Barnabas, made the music video below to highlight Pastor Saeed’s plight and urge continued support for his freedom. Watch the video... read more

By Naghmeh Abedini, wife of Pastor Saeed Abedini For everyone following the imprisonment of my husband, Saeed Abedini, June 30th marks the looming deadline of when the United States was supposed to conclude the lengthy negotiations with Iran on its nuclear development. Since the deadline was set in April, June 30th has signified a potential turning point for whether the United States would secure Saeed’s release before walking away from the negotiating table. Yesterday, news broke that the June... read more