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Remove Jews from Parts of Holy Land?

By David French1412285928030

From Fox News: The Palestinians are pushing a United Nations resolution that makes stiff demands against Israel and could put the Obama administration in a difficult position should it come to a vote. The draft resolution, which was given to Fox News on Wednesday by a diplomat who wished to remain...

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UN Condemns Pastor Saeed’s Imprisonment

By Jordan Sekulow1411161735000

The United Nations Human Rights Council Working Group on Arbitrary Detention this week released a 6-page report condemning the “arbitrary” and illegal detention of American Pastor Saeed Abedini and urging his immediate “release.” The report details how Pastor Saeed was detained in Iran while...

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Defend the Persecuted Church from ISIS

By ACLJ.org1409259991000

Today, working with our international affiliate the European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ), we filed a legal memorandum at the United Nations detailing the genocide of Christians being perpetrated by ISIS in Iraq. The filing exposing ISIS’s atrocities comes just ahead of the U.N. Human Rights...

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Did the UN Commit War Crimes in Gaza?

By David French1408637148000

Yesterday I urged conservatives to challenge jihadists and their enablers in international tribunals, including the U.N. Our ACLJ international affiliate, the European Centre for Law and Justice, sent a letter to the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights detailing Hamas’s war crimes and...

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Conservatives Need to Fight for Israel

By David French1408571087000

In remarks last month to the U.N. Human Rights Council, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights indicated there was a “strong possibility” that Israel had violated International Humanitarian Law (a cousin to the law of war) and that Israel’s conduct “could amount to war crimes.” Given...

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How Long Will US Wait?

By Jay Sekulow1407788081000

Now is not the time to allocate blame. Now is not the time to debate who “lost” Iraq – whether it’s President Bush’s fault for starting the war or President Obama’s fault for trying to end the war prematurely. Now is the time to act. In the aftermath of the Holocaust, the world’s leaders made a...

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Major Victories for Religious Freedom

By Matthew Clark1402602062000

In the past week, the ACLJ’s international affiliates have won two major victories for religious liberty at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). First, our international affiliate in Russia, the Slavic Centre for Law and Justice (SCLJ), won a major victory reversing the government shutdown of...

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Resolution Condemns Sudan’s Atrocity

By Matthew Clark1401983873000

The U.S. Senate has unanimously passed a resolution “condemning the death sentence against Meriam Yahia Ibrahim Ishag, a Sudanese Christian woman accused of apostasy.” The bipartisan resolution was sponsored by Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) and co-sponsored by 30 other Senators, including Chairman of...

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State Dept Following Shariah Law?

By Matthew Clark1401916938000

The Obama Administration’s State Department has been dragging its heels, refusing to acknowledge that the children of the woman on death row in Sudan for her Christian faith are U.S. citizens. Those two young American children – including a newborn infant – are imprisoned with their mother, Meriam...

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Is the State Dept Abandoning a Child?

By Matthew Clark1400698778000

Martin Wani, a 20-month-old American boy , is suffering in prison as his mother, Meriam Ibrahim, is shackled on death row in Sudan because she is a Christian . Martin is a U.S. citizen, but the U.S. State Department refuses to even acknowledge this fact. It’s an unbelievable outrage on top of an...

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Christian Man Beaten After Easter

By ACLJ.org1400516897000

Written by Shaheryar Gill. The Organization for Legal Aid (OLA), ECLJ’s affiliate in Pakistan, is demanding justice for a Christian farmhand, Saleem Masih, who was severely beaten by his Muslim employer’s sons for taking two extra days off of work after Easter. The local police have not registered...

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Christian Woman Sentenced to Death

By Jay Sekulow1400446782000

In Sudan, a judge has sentenced a pregnant Christian woman, Meriam Ibrahim, to death. Her only crime is her Christian faith. According to news reports, her mother raised her Christian, but her father (who abandoned the family) was Muslim. Her father’s faith was imputed to his daughter, so in the...

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Free Speech Equals “Torture”?

By Jay Sekulow1400272442000

It is happening again. Free speech is under attack at the United Nations. And, once again religious liberty is in the crosshairs. Earlier this month, a prominent NGO (nongovernmental organization), the Center for Reproductive Rights, made a formal argument to the United Nations Committee Against...

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Abortion Is Torture?

By ACLJ.org1400166493000

According to some United Nations experts, opposing abortion would be a kind of torture, it would also be a violation of children’s rights. Such an accusation is scandalous; it strongly undermines free speech and religious freedom and questions the impartiality of some prominent members of the...

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Labeling Pro-Life Speech ‘Torture’?

By David French1399991145000

Kathryn Lopez has been covering the ongoing effort by radical pro-abortion NGOs to apply the U.N. Convention against Torture to the Catholic Church for — among other things — its international pro-life advocacy. The argument is so facially irrational that one would be tempted to dismiss it out of...

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Don't Let the UN Criminalize the Pro-Life Movement


This is hard to believe, but it’s true: The Center for Reproductive Rights, a powerful and radical international abortion group is trying to use the United Nations to stop the pro-life movement.


UN Criminalize the Pro-Life Movement?

By Matthew Clark1399919038000

Last week, questioners on United Nations Committee Against Torture called pro-life speech “ torture .” This move is part of a broader push by the radical abortion lobby to essentially criminalize the pro-life movement. The Center for Reproductive Rights (CRR) – an extremist international abortion...

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ECLJ Seeks Justice for Pakistani Girl

By ACLJ.org1399476201000

Written by Shaheryar Gill The Organization for Legal Aid (OLA), ECLJ’s affiliate in Pakistan, is seeking justice for a seven-year-old Christian girl, Saira Iqbal, who was raped by a local eighteen-year-old Muslim resident, Fakhar Alam, on April 20, 2014. Two days after the incident, Saira was taken...

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