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Meriam Yahya Ibrahim of Sudan
Filed in: United Nations | 10:43 AM Jul. 24, 2014

Meriam Ibrahim is Free & Israel Under Fire

Meriam Ibrahim and her American family are now safe and free in Italy. Israel remains under fire. Today celebrating a victory and fighting to defend

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Filed in: United Nations | 10:16 AM May. 22, 2014

Fighting to #SaveMeriam in Sudan

Meriam Ibrahim and her American son continue to suffer in a Sudanese prison. She has been sentenced to death for her Christian faith. Today, how you

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Meriam Yahya Ibrahim of Sudan

Content type: RadioShow | 10:43 AM Jul. 24, 2014
Meriam Ibrahim is Free & Israel Under Fire

Meriam Ibrahim and her American family are now safe and free in Italy. Israel remains under fire. Today celebrating a victory and fighting to defend Israel.

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Content type: DocketBlogPost | 2:41 PM Jun. 12, 2014
Two Major Victories for Religious Freedom at the European Court of Human Rights

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),

Meriam Ibrahim from Sudan

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 10:57 AM Jun. 5, 2014
Unanimous Senate Resolution Condemns Sudan’s Atrocity and Demands Freedom for Meriam and her Children

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)

U.S. President Obama speaks about national security at the National Archives in Washington

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 3:26 PM Jun. 4, 2014
Is the Obama State Department Following Shariah Law Over U.S. Law in Refusing to Acknowledge Meriam’s Kids’ Citizenship?

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 – includin

Content type: Video | 10:51 AM May. 23, 2014
The Fight to Save Meriam Ibrahim

We're fighting to save Meriam Ibrahim's life, a pregnant Christian sentenced to death for her faith in Sudan. Join the effort by signing our petition at http://beheardproject.com/meriam#sign. Your signature could save a life.

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Content type: RadioShow | 10:16 AM May. 22, 2014
Fighting to #SaveMeriam in Sudan

Meriam Ibrahim and her American son continue to suffer in a Sudanese prison. She has been sentenced to death for her Christian faith. Today, how you can give voice to the voiceless.

Meriam Ibrahim from Sudan

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 1:59 PM May. 21, 2014
Is the State Department Abandoning an American Toddler Imprisoned in Sudan?

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 fa

A Cross in Sudan

Content type: RadioShow | 10:33 AM May. 21, 2014
An American Toddler Suffers in Prison

An American toddler suffers in prison as his mother faces execution for her Christian faith. Today, why we must take a stand and fight for their freedom.

Man Beaten in Pakistan

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 11:27 AM May. 19, 2014
Pakistan: Christian Man Beaten Taking Two Extra Days Off After Easter

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

Meriam Ibrahim

Content type: RadioShow | 10:48 AM May. 19, 2014
Christian Woman Sentenced to Death for her Faith

A judge in Sudan has sentenced Meriam Ibrahim to be tortured and executed because of her Christian faith. Today, why we must take action to demand her freedom.