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Jay Sekulow talks to Sean Hannity about Prayer at 9/11 Ceremony

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September 7, 2011

Jay Sekulow, ACLJ Chief Counsel, appeared on the Sean Hannity radio program making the case for why prayer and clergy at the 9/11 memorial service is not only constitutional but most appropriate for this solemn occasion. Sekulow debated the president of American Atheists who continued his assault on people of all faiths.

Listen as Jay Sekulow explains how prayer at a public memorial is part of America’s tradition and heritage and should be permitted on the 10th anniversary of 9/11.

ACLJ staff writers are part of the ACLJ’s legal, legislative, and media teams; and they are all dedicated to the principle that religious freedom and freedom of speech are universal, inalienable, God-given rights for all people.

ACLJ.org

ACLJ staff writers are part of the ACLJ’s legal, legislative, and media teams; and they are all dedicated to the principle that religious freedom and freedom of speech are universal, inalienable, God-given rights for all people.

Jay Sekulow talks to Sean Hannity about Prayer at 9/11 Ceremony

By 

ACLJ.org

|

September 7, 2011

Jay Sekulow, ACLJ Chief Counsel, appeared on the Sean Hannity radio program making the case for why prayer and clergy at the 9/11 memorial service is not only constitutional but most appropriate for this solemn occasion. Sekulow debated the president of American Atheists who continued his assault on people of all faiths.

Listen as Jay Sekulow explains how prayer at a public memorial is part of America’s tradition and heritage and should be permitted on the 10th anniversary of 9/11.

ACLJ staff writers are part of the ACLJ’s legal, legislative, and media teams; and they are all dedicated to the principle that religious freedom and freedom of speech are universal, inalienable, God-given rights for all people.

ACLJ.org

ACLJ staff writers are part of the ACLJ’s legal, legislative, and media teams; and they are all dedicated to the principle that religious freedom and freedom of speech are universal, inalienable, God-given rights for all people.

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