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It’s bad enough that the abortion industry receives taxpayer support, but the fact that it can then earn additional profit by selling aborted babies’ body parts for medical research is infuriating. We’ve been demanding an end to this disgusting practice, and now the federal government has agreed. In a monumental win for life, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under President Trump just ended a disturbing contract between the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and a California... read more

There is nothing more innocent than a baby still growing in the mother’s womb. They don’t know anger. They don’t know hate. They don’t know Republican from Democrat. They only know love. Yet more and more states are considering legislation that would allow those innocent lives to be taken, even up to the moment of birth. But in another historic victory for defenseless, unborn babies, Louisiana has just become the latest state to take a bold stand to protect these precious unborn lives. And by... read more

Our European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ) affiliate in Pakistan, the Organization for Legal Aid, has secured another victory. This time, a Christian bonded laborer was falsely accused by his Muslim employer of stealing money. The Christian man’s real “crime” was asking to be paid according to the labor laws of Pakistan. Ghafar Masih, the Christian man who was falsely accused of theft by his employer, Shahid Sharif, had been working at Shahid’s brick kiln as a bonded laborer for about five... read more

Early in the morning of May 20th, without waiting for his family to kiss him goodbye one last time, Dr Sanchez sedated Vincent Lambert to profoundly anaesthetize him, and simultaneously removed his hydration and nutrition to provoke his death. His agony, and the distress of his parents, followed live by the French, were to last the whole week. Yet, last May 3rd, the U.N. Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, which had received an application by the Lambert parents at the... read more

Last year, as we explained in more detail here , the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) proposed an administrative rule designed to enforce federal statutory rights of conscience. These laws , in different contexts and various ways, protect the rights of medical personnel from being coerced into violating their moral or religious beliefs in the delivery of healthcare services. Though many of these conscience laws have been on the books for decades, they unfortunately have been... read more

Today marks a huge victory for a Christian woman and for religious freedom, as after suffering a 10-year nightmare ordeal, Asia Bibi is finally, officially, safe and free. According to reports from multiple news outlets, Asia Bibi’s attorney confirms that she is now out of Pakistan and safely in Canada. Nine years ago, the Christian mother of five was sentenced to hang because she offered a Muslim coworker a cup of water. As a Christian she was considered unclean, and as a result of her... read more

On Friday, April 12th, the ICC Pre-Trial Chamber assigned to monitor the ongoing situation in Afghanistan denied the ICC Prosecutor’s request to begin a formal investigation of war crimes and crimes against humanity allegedly committed by Taliban, Afghan government, and NATO forces (including U.S. forces) during the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan. This a wonderful, albeit temporary , victory for our men and women serving in Afghanistan. Yet, no Americans should ever have been investigated in... read more

The Trump Administration, as part of its expansion of the Mexico City Policy, just announced that it will prohibit U.S. taxpayer funds from funding or even supporting abortion internationally. Last week, in another step validating this Administration’s support of life, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced that in enforcing the Mexico City Policy, the State Department is working to ensure that not only are U.S. funds not going to fund “nongovernmental organizations that perform or actively... read more

The ACLJ recently defended the constitutional rights of a child that had been infringed upon by the school administration. The child, who is in fourth grade, routinely enjoyed reading from his Bible during recess. The principal of the school, however, confiscated his Bible and told him that he was no longer allowed to read from it. The child was also prohibited from meeting with other Christians during recess to discuss their religious beliefs. The ACLJ immediately intervened and contacted the... read more

Just when things looked most grim for innocent unborn babies in New Mexico, a bill to codify Roe v. Wade , and legalize abortion up until the moment of birth was shot down by the State Senate in a bipartisan vote. Just like we told you happened in New York, where the state’s governor signed a bill into law that made it legal to abort a baby at any stage, even up to the moment of birth, New Mexico’s proposed legislation, HB 51, would have decriminalized late-term abortion and infanticide. read more