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The ACLJ just scored a key victory in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in our ongoing defense of the interests our ally Israel against harmful anti-Semitic discrimination and economic terrorism. We filed a critical amicus brief in a case when a lawyer sued the State of Arizona over what he erroneously called suppression of free speech due to his support for anti-Israel organizations and activities such as those by the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanction (BDS) movement. As we have argued many... read more

It may only be January, but in the past few weeks, the ACLJ has already scored multiple victories for religious liberty and free speech. Just like last year when we successfully defended the rights of a Christian fourth grader who was forbidden from discussing his faith at school, we’ve once again taken action for a Christian student – this time for expressing her belief that innocent unborn babies need protection. The ACLJ was contacted by the parents of a young girl in New Jersey who wore... read more

This is the latest installment of our year-end victories series looking back at some of the numerous victories by the ACLJ in 2019. This year, we scored a tremendous victory for the conscience rights of pro-life medical professionals, when we defended a pro-life nurse forced to assist in an abortion against her beliefs. The ACLJ filed a complaint on behalf of a Vermont OR nurse who was misled and pressured by hospital superiors into participating in an abortion procedure against her deeply held... read more

This is the latest installment of our year-end victories series looking back at some of the numerous victories by the ACLJ in 2019. This year, as part of its expansion of the Mexico City Policy, the Trump Administration announced that it will block U.S. taxpayer funds from funding or even supporting or promoting abortion internationally. Two years ago, the ACLJ publicly supported President Trump’s decision to reinstate Ronald Reagan’s Mexico City Policy that prohibited the use of U.S. tax... read more

This is the latest installment of our year-end victories series looking back at some of the numerous victories by the ACLJ in 2019. Christian kids have a Constitutional right to bring their Bibles to school. This year the ACLJ took action to defend a child when that right was infringed upon by the school administration. A fourth grader, who often brought his Bible to school so he could read it during recess was told by the school principal that he was no longer allowed to read from it. The... read more

This is the latest installment of our year-end victories series looking back at some of the numerous victories by the ACLJ in 2019. A Christian family – including young children – was forced to perform backbreaking labor in Pakistan against their will with no hope of relief, until the ACLJ stepped in to free them. Through our international affiliate, the European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ), we obtained the freedom of Christian man Babar Masih, his wife, and their four children who were... read more

This is the latest installment of our year-end victories series looking back at some of the numerous victories by the ACLJ in 2019. This year, we took direct action to curtail an emerging and disturbing trend in public schools of incorporating Buddhist-based “mindfulness” practices into the daily curriculum of elementary school age children. We were contacted by parents of elementary, middle, and high school students from over a dozen states who were required to participate in as many as three... read more

This is the latest installment of our year-end victories series looking back at some of the numerous victories by the ACLJ in 2019. The ACLJ fights for life and religious freedom all across the world, and this year we celebrated a tremendous victory when a Christian woman was finally freed from a 10-year nightmare ordeal. Asia Bibi, Christian mother of five, was sentenced to hang because she drank from the same water as a Muslim coworker. As a Christian she was considered unclean, and she was... read more

Who could possibly be against ensuring that a woman contemplating an abortion is made fully aware of the choice she is making? Abortionists, Planned Parenthood, and the ACLU, that’s who. And thanks to a recent order from the Supreme Court, these groups are bemoaning the fact that women in Kentucky are now going to be able to make a more informed decision. On December 9th, the U.S. Supreme Court denied review in an important pro-life case out of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, EMW Women’s... read more

This is the latest installment in a year-end series looking back at some of the numerous victories by the ACLJ in 2019. In a tremendous win for our American heritage, the Supreme Court agreed with the arguments the ACLJ has been making in multiple amicus briefs at all levels of the federal judiciary for years, defending our National Motto: “In God We Trust.” An atheist activist filed suit to have the phrase removed from our money, claiming it was a government endorsement of religion and... read more