Christian Genocide Continues

I recently received the email below from Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel with the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ). Jay and his team of lawyers are tirelessly working to help save Christians who are suffering a genocidal slaughterhouse in the Middle East.

ISIS jihadists behead, mutilate, torture, and rape Christians.

Survivors are sold into slavery. Nearly 1 million Christians have been slaughtered or displaced.

ISIS – the Islamic State – is engaged in the blatant genocide of Christians in the Middle East. The entire world knows it.

Yet President Obama refuses to recognize the genocide against Christians. He is pressuring the State Department to deny endangered Christians critical legal protections from slaughter by the Islamic State. It’s outrageous.

Emboldened by the Administration’s deadly silence, ISIS’s systematic extermination of Christians rages on.

We will not be silent. We’re aggressively advocating for persecuted Christians, working in Congress to provide them vital international legal protections. We’ve just filed a crucial amicus brief at the European Court of Human Rights to protect Christians from genocide. Now we’re demanding action on Capitol Hill.

Christians are dying. They urgently need your voice. Demand the Obama Administration recognize ISIS’s atrocities against Christians as genocide and protect them.

Sign Our New Petition: Call It Genocide. Protect Christians.

Jay Sekulow
ACLJ Chief Counsel

The genocide is horrific. The Obama Administration’s response is inexcusable.

Islamic militants in Kenya just removed Christians from a bus to slaughter them.

ISIS – the Islamic State – has forced Christians to kneel on bombshells for detonation. The jihadist army is beheading, raping, and enslaving Christians. The brutal toll: 1.3 million Christians have fled or been massacred. They may not survive until next Christmas.

Yet, the Obama Administration refuses to call ISIS’s atrocities against Christians genocide, denying Christians critical legal protections.

Defending Christians is our sacred duty. We’re demanding Congress provide international legal protection against this genocide.

Our offices in Kenya and the Middle East are aggressively engaged, and we’ve just filed a crucial amicus brief at the European Court of Human rights to defend Christians facing ISIS slaughter.

We can make the difference, but we can’t continue this vital work for persecuted Christians without your support.

We’re far behind our Matching Challenge goal, but any Tax-Deductible gift you give today will be doubled – dollar-for-dollar.

Double Your Impact: $5 Becomes $10; $20 Becomes $40.

Jay Sekulow
ACLJ Chief Counsel

ACLJ is working hard to defend our liberties here in the United States and has won landmark cases in their defense of Christian and American freedoms. The battle doesn’t stop there. ACLJ staff are hard at work in the Middle East, and various other locations throughout the world, to defend Christians who are being persecuted and killed.

Our support of ACLJ is critical, not only for Americans, but those who suffer persecution, and even death, in other nations. Please consider a donation of any size to help, or possibly even a monthly pledge to stand firmly for our freedoms and help save lives.

May the Lord richly bless you for your efforts in behalf of these who are persecuted.

Jesus told His disciples of signs to watch for in the last days, which mark His imminent return:

“Then shall they deliver you (Christians) up to be afflicted, and shall kill you, and you shall be hated of all nations for My name’s sake” Matthew 24:9.

Hundreds of Bible prophecies have been fulfilled and those remaining shall surely come to pass. Are you prepared to stand before God and give an account of the life you have lived on this earth? If not, salvation is only a prayer away. Please visit the How Can I Be Saved page – your eternal destiny depends on it. God bless you.

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