ISIS – the Islamic State – is beheading, crucifying, and slaughtering Christians.
The radical Islamic army is threatening to terrorize America.
It is waging jihadist genocide against Christians, raping women, and enslaving children.
Yet, President Obama has called ISIS a “JV” team. He says it can be “managed.” He’s flat wrong. And hundreds are dying daily.
The only way to stop this evil and protect Christians is to defeat ISIS – militarily.
At the ACLJ, we’ve exposed ISIS. We’re working in Congress to protect Christians. Now we’re demanding President Obama defeat and destroy ISIS.
Demand action with us.
Petition to Defeat and Destroy ISIS and Protect Christians
To President Obama and Congress
Pinprick air strikes and sending a handful of soldiers into Syria and Iraq won’t stop ISIS. It’s already failed. It’s time for America to lead. It’s time for America to protect Christians from genocide. Equip our troops and our allies to defeat and destroy ISIS.
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