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You’ve heard us talk about our international affiliate offices, the European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ) and the ACLJ Jerusalem.

What you might not know is that those teams, which handle our critical advocacy work overseas, are fully funded here in the U.S. by the generous giving of ACLJ supporters.  

Today on the broadcast, I spoke with Rami Levi, Counsel General at the ACLJ’s Jerusalem office. Rami really laid out the importance of our work in Jerusalem, including at the International Criminal Court and the United Nations.

As Rami told our audience today, our work has helped to increase security in Israel and actually saved the lives of many Israeli citizens.

The dire threat to Israel is real and it is ever present. I have been on the ground in Israel with Rami, as we were forced to take cover from terrorist fire. Believe me when I tell you it was harrowing.

The people of Israel live with that fear every day.

As 2019 begins, we cannot afford to stand back or reduce the crucial work we are doing to defend the Israeli people.

This is why we continually say we need YOU. This important, life-saving work would not be possible without the support of ACLJ members.

On a positive note, in 2018, we celebrated the acknowledgement of Jerusalem as the one true capital of Israel, and my dad, ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow, personally attended the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.

That momentous occasion was one he fought for decades to make happen. That too was made possible by ACLJ member support.

Before the new year begins at midnight tonight, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to continue the work of the ACLJ.

And remember that today, during our Year-End Matching Challenge, any gift regardless of the size will be DOUBLED, giving you twice the impact.

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