|Christians are running out of time. TODAY we’re taking urgent action.|
Every day, 16 Christians are killed for their faith across the globe.
Afghanistan was just designated the most dangerous country for Christians in the world by a leading persecution watch group. In Nigeria, Christian pastors are beheaded. In India, Christians are jailed and discriminated against. In Pakistan, our affiliate on the ground is representing Christians on death row for their faith. The persecution is unbearable.
And in Afghanistan, the Taliban is going door to door looking for Christians to kill and unmarried women to take captive. Christians are hiding in their homes fearing what the Taliban will do to them – a genocidal persecution.
Our contact on the ground in Afghanistan reports that “men, women and children are subjugated, beaten, and executed for their beliefs that differ from the tyrannical Taliban.”
We are taking emergency action TODAY, submitting 5 critical written submissions directly to the U.N. on each of these countries – some of the absolute worst persecuting nations. Dying Christians need our voice. As we file at the U.N. TODAY, we urgently need your support.
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ACLJ Chief Counsel
The deadly violence against helpless Christians – especially children – is wreaking unthinkable devastation. We’ve expanded our efforts, taking direct action at the U.N.
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|Radical Islamic militias are targeting Christians for slaughter all across Africa just because of their faith. In Nigeria, more than 120 Christian kids were kidnapped earlier this year from a Baptist school. Many have now been freed or escaped; but according to reports, dozens more helpless children are still being held for ransom by radical Islamic gunmen.|
Unfortunately, this has become a way of life in Nigeria. Christian teens are abducted and forced into slavery. Christian pastors have been beheaded.
This should outrage the entire world. But too few are speaking up.
Then-Secretary of State Mike Pompeo placed Nigeria on a persecution watchlist – something he credited the ACLJ with helping achieve. Now he is working with us as ACLJ Senior Counsel for Global Affairs, demanding international intervention to stop the bloodshed before it’s too late.
I delivered a critical oral intervention to the U.N. Human Rights Council to demand protection for Nigeria’s Christians. We’ve made 45 submissions to the U.N. this year, condemning persecution in some of the worst persecuting nations, like Nigeria – demanding an end to this evil. And we’re already preparing our next filings.
We can help SAVE CHRISTIAN LIVES. But we face a daunting challenge. We urgently need YOU.
Sign Our Petition: Save Dying Christians NOW.
ACLJ Executive Director