Postcards are flooding the White House mailbox to bring attention once again to free Pastor Saeed Abedini, who has been imprisoned for his faith in Iran for over two years.
The American Center for Law and Justice is sponsoring the "postcard blitz" on the White House to help free Abedini.
November 24 is the deadline for nuclear negotiations with Iran. The ACLJ is hoping the blitz will remind President Barack Obama to not forget about Abedini, who is a U.S. citizen. . . .
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New legislation pending in Bulgaria would significantly restrict religious freedom and impair the free exercise of Christians in the former communist nation. Bulgaria’s three main political parties sponsored a parliamentarian bill amending the Religion Denominations Act of the country. The bill,
In our continuing efforts to combat genocide, this week through our international affiliate with consultative status at the U.N., the European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ), we sent a letter to the U.N. Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide, Adama Dieng. In our letter, we informed him...
For one Christian pastor, Thanksgiving was spent in a Chinese prison cell, separated from his wife and children in America. Pastor John Cao – a lawful U.S. permanent resident – has faithfully served the people of China and Southeast Asia for decades, conducting humanitarian efforts and building...
On March 5, 2017, Pastor John (Sanqiang) Cao, a 59-year-old Christian pastor and humanitarian worker, was arrested and thrown into prison by Chinese security agents in Yunnan province, China, as China continues its crackdown on Christians . Pastor John is a U.S. permanent resident from Greensboro,