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ACLJ Delivers Critical Report to UNHRC Over Violent Persecution

By Shaheryar Gill1655906400000

The Hindu nationalists in India continue to perpetrate violence against Christians and low caste Hindus and tribal people who convert to Christianity. We recently submitted a report highlighting these issues for the U.N. Human Rights Council’s 50th session, which began June 13, 2022. Our report...

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By Jordan Sekulow1655297940000

We’ve just sent a letter to the State Department asking our government to redesignate Nigeria as a Country of Particular Concern (CPC). Under the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998, the President is required “to review annually the status of religious freedom in each foreign country” and...

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UN Details Horrors in Afghanistan But Leaves Out Suffering Christians

By Shaheryar Gill1655131279041

Recently, U.N. Special Rapporteur Richard Bennett returned from Afghanistan after his 11-day visit and provided an update on the situation on the ground. The Taliban have continued in their indifference to ongoing human rights abuses being carried out across the country, with many of the abuses...

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The Biden Administration Must Act on Christian Persecution in Nigeria

By Mike Pompeo, Senior Counsel for Global Affairs1654889478313

Last year, I wrote here about the concerning, rising persecution of Christians in Nigeria. What was true then has become even worse now, and the time is long since passed for the Biden Administration to act. Over 50 Nigerian Catholics were killed while attending Mass this past weekend when a bomb...

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