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Christians face barbaric genocide: beheadings, torture, and enslavement.

After successfully pressuring the Obama Administration to recognize this “genocide against Christians,” we’re launching a brand new multi-pronged legal advocacy campaign to stop the genocide and protect Christians. We’re mobilizing our global offices in the most expansive campaign for the persecuted Church we’ve ever undertaken. We urgently need your tax-deductible support.

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ACLJ Thanks Secretary Kerry

By ACLJ.org1464136127662

Today we delivered a critical legal letter directly to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry thanking him for recognizing the “genocide against . . . Christians” and calling on him to fulfill our obligations under the Genocide Convention by first urging immediate action at the United Nations (U.N.)

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House Implements Key ACLJ Proposals

By Benjamin P. Sisney1463694465700

This week, the U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed a major International Religious Freedom bill , equipping our government with critical tools to combat religious persecution around the world. The bill contains several key recommendations ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow proposed to the...

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Victory: A Safe Place for Refugees

By Nathanael Bennett1463692859912

Just last week, we reported that the U.N. was moving forward on recommendations from our seven-point plan to combat genocide at the hands of ISIS (Islamic State). Now there is another victory to report – this time in the U.S. House of Representatives. Last fall, we put forward a comprehensive plan...

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Pastor Released, Church Members in Prison

By Jordan Sekulow1463685971222

As we first reported last weekend, Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani was rearrested by Iranian authorities on Friday. This marked the second time he has been rearrested in Iran after being acquitted and released from a death sentence for his Christian faith in 2012. This time he was arrested along...

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