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Never again. Those words have echoed through history during the decades since the Holocaust ended. Inscribed on a memorial outside the gates of the Dachau concentration camp. Enshrined in the spirit of the 1948 Genocide Convention. Spoken from the lips of countless diplomats and world leaders.

And yet a mere two decades later, the international community sits poised to allow yet another genocidal campaign to go unanswered. Learn more here.

Pastor Andrew's Family Advocate for Release

By ACLJ.org1493410131329

In the days following the Trump Administration's acknowledgment of their awareness of American Pastor Andrew Brunson's plight, members of the ACLJ's senior team held numerous meetings on Capitol Hill advocating for Pastor Andrew's freedom. Pastor Andrew Brunson – a U.S. citizen from North Carolina...

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Victory for Elderly Christian Woman in Pakistan

By Shaheryar Gill1493390824741

Our international affiliate, European Centre for Law and Justice’s office, the Organization for Legal Aid (OLA), has secured another victory in Pakistan. About four months ago, we reported that the OLA’s legal team was representing an elderly Christian woman, Bashiran Bibi, who was assaulted by an...

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Early Hearing for Asia Bibi’s Appeal Denied

By Joseph Williams1493319309843

Earlier this week, the attorney for Christian mom Asia Bibi confirmed that the Chief Justice of Pakistan has declined his client’s request for an early hearing for the final judicial appeal of her death sentence. While this is a heartbreaking development for the Christian mother of five spending...

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ACLJ Urges New UNSG to Recognize ISIS Genocide

By ACLJ.org1493147871070

Yesterday – the day on which the United States and Israel observe Holocaust Remembrance Day – we sent a legal letter to the newly appointed Secretary-General of the United Nations to remind him that genocide is still a very real and ongoing issue and one the international community must stand...

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