Christian persecution has escalated at a staggering rate worldwide.
ISIS – the Islamic State – has abducted hundreds of Christians for slaughter.
Though they are on the run, they have crucified Christian men, enslaved Christian women, and barbarically beheaded Christian children.
Pakistan has sentenced Christians to death for blasphemy, and has barbarically persecuted children of underprivileged Christian families.
Iran and Sudan have imprisoned Christian pastors, merely because of their faith.
America can and must do more to protect persecuted Christians around the globe.
We’ve mobilized our international offices and continue to work in Congress to protect the persecuted Church.
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The worldwide persecution of Christians is on the rise.
They’ve been imprisoned, tortured, and even brutally killed for their faith. America must do more to defend them. Stop funding persecuting nations and take decisive action to protect Christians.
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We recently told you how we filed a written submission at the U.N. Human Rights Council (HRC) to present the current plight of Christian Pastor and U.S. Permanent Resident John Cao. This week we have been conducting high level meetings at the U.N. in Geneva, Switzerland. Today we accompanied Pastor...
Through our European affiliate the European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ), the ACLJ recently filed two more submissions with the U.N. Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva. One regarding human rights abuses in China and the other regarding the imprisonment of Pastor John Cao in China .
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