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It was only a matter of time, but now Canada, a strong ally of the United States and freedom, has been struck with the brutal reality of radical Islamic jihadist terror. This week not one but two separate terrorist attacks on Canada’s military personnel have ravished the country. First on Monday, a radical Islamist mowed down two uniformed Canadian soldiers with his car, killing one and injuring the other. Then yesterday, terror struck the capital of Canada as an armed terrorist killed a... read more

Jay Sekulow on Fox News: Rise of ISIS

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Jay Sekulow spoke with Fox News about the Rise of ISIS and his new book "Rise of ISIS: A Threat We Cannot Ignore".

Jay Sekulow on Fox News: ISIS Growing Stronger

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Jay Sekulow spoke with Fox News about the growing strength of ISIS in the middle east.

The lawyer for Asia Bibi, the Christian mother of five on death row for her Christian faith, says she will appeal her execution sentence to Pakistan’s Supreme Court. As CNN reports , Bibi's attorney, Naeem Shakir, told CNN on Monday that he would file an appeal once he had received a detailed copy of the judgment. "I have a very strong case, I am sure the Supreme Court will provide us with relief. There is no concrete evidence against Asia Bibi, and the courts are only relying on the statement... read more

Just ahead of the midterm elections, the Supreme Court has stopped President Obama’s latest attempt to block commonsense measures to ensure voter integrity. This past weekend the Supreme Court weighed in on Texas’s voter ID law refusing to block its implementation before Election Day. The Wall Street Journal has the story: The U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday allowed Texas to enforce its voter identification law for the Nov. 4 midterm elections, denying emergency requests from the Obama... read more

A committed Christian. A mother of five. A loving wife. A servant of all. But will she also be a martyr? That’s Asia Bibi . She’s been sentenced to death by hanging under Pakistan’s Shariah blasphemy law. She was targeted as a member of the sole Christian family in her small Pakistani village. She was falsely accused of “blasphemy” – for supposedly speaking against the prophet Muhammad. Last week an appeals court in Lahore, Pakistan upheld her execution sentence. Here’s how this valiant... read more

Pakistan is a perennial recipient of billions of U.S. taxpayer dollars . It’s an occasional ally/frequent enemy, sometimes actively conspiring against U.S. interests, sometimes actually firing on U.S. troops (incidents so notorious they now have their own Wikipedia page ), and — of course — it’s the home of increasingly virulent jihadist extremism. And, no, this extremism isn’t confined to the fringes of Pakistani society but is sometimes even manifested in its appellate courts. Last week, a... read more

Today, the American Center for Law & Justice filed formal comments in objection to the administration’s latest efforts to see to it that both non-profit and for-profit groups continue to kowtow to the HHS Mandate. (The HHS Mandate, adopted pursuant to Obamacare, is that collection of rules and regulations that require non-exempt health plans -- under pain of ruinous financial penalties -- to provide abortion-inducing drugs, contraception, and sterilization.) On August 27, 2014, the... read more

Just ahead of the midterm elections, the Supreme Court has stopped President Obama’s latest attempt to block commonsense measures to ensure voter integrity. This past weekend the Supreme Court weighed in on Texas’s voter ID law refusing to block its implementation before Election Day. The Wall Street Journal has the story: The U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday allowed Texas to enforce its voter identification law for the Nov. 4 midterm elections, denying emergency requests from the Obama... read more

Last week I reported that my colleagues and I at the American Center for Law and Justice wrote to the Westin Bonaventure hotel , warning it that enforcing the American Studies Association’s boycott of Israeli scholars would violate California’s expansive nondiscrimination laws — laws that were originally motivated in part by prior threats of anti-Israel boycotts. The ASA boycott originally targeted Israeli academic institutions and Israeli scholars or individuals representing those academic... read more