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Ending Discrimination in Disaster Relief Funding

By ACLJ.org1506085200000

Christian charity has been the greatest financial force for good the world has ever known, yet churches are being penalized and discriminated against in providing vital aid to those in the most need after some of the worst natural disasters we’ve ever witnessed in America. When natural disasters...

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6 Keys to Repealling ObamaCare

By ACLJ.org1506028658479

The GOP has put forward their final attempt to repeal ObamaCare this year: The Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson bill, also known as Graham-Cassidy . Vice President Mike Pence has aptly described this as “ our last best chance to stop and turn [ObamaCare] around .” Time is of the essence because the...

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President Echoes ACLJ Call Against Genocide at UN

By ACLJ.org1506008857016

This week, President Trump delivered a powerful speech at the United Nations (U.N.) General Assembly. To aid in the fight against ISIS and to help end the genocide against Christians, President Trump called for the creation of in-region safe zones, something we’ve long advocated. In his maiden...

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Defending the Unborn at the U.N.

By ACLJ.org1506002400000

Article 6 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) states, “Every human being has the inherent right to life. This right shall be protected by law.” However, as we recently reported , the U.N. Human Rights Committee is attempting to revise its General Comment on Article 6...

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Defending Christians Facing Genocide at the U.N.

By ACLJ.org1505914991031

As part of our ongoing efforts to end the ISIS genocide against Christians, we delivered an oral intervention before the United Nations Human Rights Council through our affiliate, the European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ), again urging the U.N. to act. In our intervention we told the story of...

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Time to Reform the United Nations

By Harry G. Hutchison1505850311447

This week President Trump took his robust agenda for reform to the United Nations (U.N.). President Trump said : “ … I am confident that if we work together and champion truly bold reforms, the United Nations will emerge as a stronger, more effective, more just and greater force for peace and...

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UK Foreign Office's Reply to ACLJ on Genocide

By ACLJ.org1506105417974

As Christians suffer persecution and death, we can – and MUST – be their voice. To combat these atrocities, we are continuing to expand our largest legal advocacy campaign for Christians facing genocide globally. In July, we sent crucial legal letters to 12 world leaders – most of whom have...

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Forced to Recite Islamic Prayer to Receive Food

By ACLJ.org1505745680217

Christian South Sudanese refugee children are denied food in Sudan’s refugee camps unless they recite Islamic prayers. The U.S. Department of State includes three nations on its “State Sponsor of Terrorism” list . Sudan is one of them, along with Syria and Iran. Sudan was designated a State Sponsor...

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New False Charges For Pastor Brunson

By CeCe Heil1503955860493

In an unexpected video conference with a judge last Thursday, American Pastor Andrew Brunson was informed that the prosecutor had added additional charges upon which his continued detainment was now based. These “new” charges, coming 322 days after his initial arrest in October of last year, are...

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ACLJ Urges US Ambassador to Confront Genocide

By ACLJ.org1503498806209

The Islamic State’s (“ISIS”) genocide against Christians and other religious minorities not only continues in Iraq and Syria, but also is spreading around the world. This week, in our ongoing effort to engage the Executive branch in combating this genocide, we sent a letter to Kansas Governor Sam...

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Blow to the Left: Refugee Pause Restored

By ACLJ.org1505248479471

Justice Kennedy just issued an order restoring another part of President Trump’s Executive Order to protect the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the United States : the 120 day pause on all refugees. In March, President Donald Trump issued Executive Order 13780, which has two components: 1)

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Remembering 9/11: Why We Continue to Honor

By Jay Sekulow1505137177424

On its 16th anniversary, let us pause and take a moment to remember 9/11. Even after 16 years, the tragic events of September 11, 2001, are still seared in our nation’s collective memory. 9/11 shook America to its core. Who could forget the pain, the suffering and the horror of what became the...

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The First Step in “Extreme Vetting”

By ACLJ.org1504723464072

Finally, the United States will once again use the most direct, time-tested, commonsense method to vet incoming immigrants and refugees to keep our nation safe: in person interviews . In an era of ISIS urging jihadists worldwide to infiltrate and attack America, the idea that we would not at least...

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North Korea's Strategic Gamble

By Wesley Smith1504058779775

Late Monday North Korea launched yet another ballistic missile, in clear violation of United Nations sanctions and in defiance of U.S. attempts to resolve issues with the rogue nation through diplomatic means. However, this latest North Korean provocation was more serious, as the missile flew...

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