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By ACLJ.org1315407924000

Jay Sekulow, ACLJ Chief Counsel, appeared on the Sean Hannity radio program making the case for why prayer and clergy at the 9/11 memorial service is not only constitutional but most appropriate for this solemn occasion. Sekulow debated the president of American Atheists who continued his assault on people of all faiths.

Listen as Jay Sekulow explains how prayer at a public memorial is part of America’s tradition and heritage and should be permitted on the 10th anniversary of 9/11.

Victory: Establishment Clause Rejected

By Laura Hernandez1434052717801

Today, the Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit unanimously held that a Tennessee Public School District did not violate the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment when it contracted with a Christian school for its "alternative school." Faced with a severe budgetary shortfall, the Jefferson...

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No Islamic Indoctrination in School

By Carly F. Gammill1429625977564

“Pretend you are a Muslim.” This was the instruction given in a class assignment at Union Grove High School in Union Grove, Wisconsin, requiring students to take on the persona of a Muslim in order to write a “point of view” essay in which they discussed their daily Islamic religious practices and...

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Islamic Indoctrination in Schools?

By Jay Sekulow1429303011778

"Pretend you are Muslim." That's an assignment being given to students in at least one public school in Madison, Wisconsin. The public school class assignment asks students to write a 5-paragraph essay pretending they are Muslim, providing examples of daily rituals and any struggles they face. Here...

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Prayer Reaffirmed at the Supreme Court

By Matthew Clark1399313940000

In a landmark decision today, the Supreme Court reaffirmed that prayer before legislative meetings is constitutional. In debunking one of the greatest myths in Establishment Clause jurisprudence, the Court held that not only is opening such meetings in prayer constitutional, it is not limited to...

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