A Voice for Freedom on the World Stage

July 28, 2021

Though we are the American Center for Law and Justice, we have a strong presence around the world. With offices in places like Europe and Jerusalem, the ACLJ is heavily focused on foreign policy. During the Trump Administration, we were instrumental in seeing unprecedented victories for peace around the world. For example, America left the one-sided Obama-era JCPOA, the Iran Deal. President Trump officially moved the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. And in a historic move, the Abraham Accords united Israel with other Middle East countries for the first time.

The ACLJ tirelessly supports Israel, domestically and on the international stage. Israel has withstood countless attacks from enemies throughout history. We have seen it firsthand. On a visit to Israel, ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow and ACLJ Executive Director Jordan Sekulow were present during a rocket attack from Gaza onto Israel.

But with a new Administration in office, those strides in foreign relations are quickly being undone. President Biden wants to re-enter the Iran Deal. Iran, the leading state sponsor of terrorism, poses a tremendous threat to both the United States and Israel. The alliance between America and Israel is important and worth protecting, and that is another reason why the ACLJ is needed now more than ever.

We will continue to stand up for Israel and wise American foreign policy. But we are only able to take action with your help. Give a tax-deductible donation today and it will be doubled as part of our Matching Challenge.