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ACLJ Files Submission to UN HRC On the Scourge of Human Trafficking

By Paul Archuleta1624885140000

In January 2021 , over 100 federal, state, and local law enforcement agents in California conducted a weeklong statewide operation to combat human trafficking. The annual operation titled “Operation Reclaim and Rebuild” resulted in the arrests of 450 people and the successful rescue of 39 victims,

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ACLJ Urges Immediate Action at the UN To Stop Human Trafficking

By Paul Archuleta1622033940000

Every day desperate individuals, who are trying to provide food and a better life for themselves and their families, face an unthinkable choice: risk being sold into modern slavery by human traffickers or go hungry. Unfortunately, many find themselves forced to take the gamble because the...

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Stop the Scourge of Global Human Trafficking

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Innocent lives are being exploited, abused, and utterly destroyed RIGHT NOW by the global scourge of human trafficking. Every day, desperate individuals face an unthinkable choice: risk being sold...

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Mass Atrocities Occurring in the Northern Tigray Region of Ethiopia

By Olivia Summers1620050340000

The U.S. State Department estimates that 4.5 million people in the predominantly Christian region of northern Ethiopia, known as the Tigray Region, are in need of humanitarian assistance. Thousands of civilians have been killed, and nearly 62,000 refugees have fled to Sudan. Ethiopia is located in...

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Exposing Ties Between Soros-Funded NGOs and ECtHR Judges – Part 3

By Grégor Puppinck1591016400000

ACLJ Note: The following report is the third and final in our three-part series by our European affiliate, the European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ), exposing the extreme bias of the judges of the European Court of Human Rights. In the second installment , we discussed the case of Bulgarian...

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Exposing Ties Between Soros-Funded NGOs and ECtHR Judges – Part 2

By Grégor Puppinck1588171193073

ACLJ Note: The following report is the second in a three-part series by our European affiliate, the European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ), exposing the extreme bias of the judges of the European Court of Human Rights. In the first installment , we discussed the relationships between the judges...

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Exposing Ties Between Soros-Funded NGOs and ECtHR Judges – Part 1

By Grégor Puppinck1586984973523

ACLJ Note: The following report is the first in a three-part series by our European affiliate, the European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ), exposing the extreme bias of judges of the European Court of Human Rights. Its publication provoked a storm in Europe and is now on the agenda of European...

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The ACLJ Fights for Human Rights at the Supreme Court

By Walter M. Weber1582059787560

The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing a case, for the second time, involving the federal government’s program of overseas aid to fight the spread of the HIV virus. In US Agency for International Development v. Alliance for Open Society International ( AID v. AOSI ), grantees challenged part of the 2003...

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Former European Court of Human Rights Judge Joins the ECLJ

By Grégor Puppinck1579796672403

In the recent months, the ACLJ’s European affiliate, the European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ), has proposed to several distinguished scholars and lawyers to become “Associate research fellow” with the ECLJ. Today, Professor Boštjan M. Zupančič, a former judge and President of the Third...

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What Emerges from the Molla Sali v. Greece Judgment

By Grégor Puppinck1546442813348

Does Sharia have its place in Europe? If so, under which conditions? These are the questions currently facing the bodies of the Council of Europe. Up to the 18 December 2018, the European Court of Human Rights considered that Sharia law is, in its very principle, incompatible with the values of...

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ECHR Upholds Blasphemy Conviction

By Grégor Puppinck1541691055380

Last week, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) upheld the conviction of an Austrian woman who made statements about the Prophet Mohammad’s marriage to a 6-year-old girl that were found to be in violation of Article 188 of Austria’s criminal code by “publicly disparaging an object of...

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Chemical Weapons Must Never Be Used Again

By ACLJ.org1491426911579

The world woke up on Tuesday to horrifying images and news out of Syria. Syrian government planes carried out chemical weapon attacks on its own civilians, killing at least 70 men, women, and children in Idlib. At least another 100 continue to be treated in hospitals. While the Syrian military...

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2016 Victories: Protecting Children From Sexual Exploitation

By ACLJ.org1480514400000

This is the latest installment in a year-end series looking back at a few of the many victories by the ACLJ in 2016. "It would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck and he were thrown into the sea, than that he would cause one of these little ones to stumble.” – Jesus, Luke...

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Fidel Castro’s Death Response By Obama Admin

By Harry G. Hutchison1480450183886

The Obama Administration continues to engage in a preposterous pattern of behavior, which undermines respect for the rule of law, international human rights, and freedom everywhere. Responding to the death of Fidel Castro, a dictator who killed thousands, tortured and imprisoned many others, and...

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2016 Victories: Sgt. Martland Exonerated

By ACLJ.org1479749567809

This is the latest installment in a year-end series looking back at a few of the many victories by the ACLJ in 2016. Sergeant First Class Charles Martland – a decorated war hero who faced expulsion from the Army for defending a child – was exonerated in April 2016 and allowed to remain in the U.S.

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Another Hero Ejected from Military

By ACLJ.org1473259773832

This should not be a continuing problem in the United States of America, and yet it’s happening once again. Another American military hero is facing ejection from the Armed Services simply for doing what is right – trying to stop sexual abuse by Afghan police commanders and protect U.S. soldiers. A...

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Defend Hero Maj. Brezler & Expose Evil

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Another hero is being ejected from the military for doing what is right. Major Jason Brezler – a Marine – sent a dire warning to fellow soldiers in Afghanistan about a corrupt Afghan police chief who...

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ACLJ Sends Letter to Kenyan Ambassador

By ACLJ.org1470940039194

When police officers in Kenya wrongfully shot Josephat Mwenda, Christian human rights attorney Willie Kimani joined Josephat’s case to ensure that justice would prevail in the face of corrupt police power. But justice did not prevail for Mwenda. While leaving a hearing related to the case, the...

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The MARTLAND Act: Combating Child Torture

By ACLJ.org1468250867662

Many of you joined with us in advocating for the reinstatement of Sergeant First Class Charles Martland , an American hero who was facing expulsion from the military for intervening on behalf of an Afghan boy who was being sexually abused by an Afghan Commander. Fortunately, your voices were heard...

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Victory at the Georgia Supreme Court

By Jay Sekulow1467832049425

Recognizing our duty to protect all young children from harm, we stood with the State of Georgia and won a significant victory protecting children from online sexual exploitation. Earlier this year, I was appointed as a Special District Attorney for the State of Georgia, and represented the State...

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