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I can confirm that Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani is alive today, his 35th birthday. He remains illegally imprisoned in Iran, now incarcerated for two-and-a-half years. He is being held against international law, and has been condemned to death for one reason – his …Read More

It has taken years. Finally, a major victory for Israel in the international arena. As you know, we’ve been working to support Israel in a variety of ways – including before the International Criminal Court (ICC). Today, significant news: the …Read More

One of the most powerful tools we can use in dealing with Iran is publicity. At a time when Iran is flexing its political and military muscle around the globe, we know that they are hoping to keep the plight of …Read More

Just hours after posting the latest update concerning the fate of Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani, comes word from our sources in Iran that officials in Iran may have issued an execution order for the Christian pastor, whose been held for more …Read More

It truly is a matter of life or death. Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani is facing the death penalty in Iran because of his Christian beliefs. It’s a case we’ve written about often  – a case that we’ve been working to resolve …Read More

This Christmas season reveals a growing danger facing Christians in many parts of the world and underscores why the international work of the American Center for Law and Justice and its international affiliates is so important. You don’t need to …Read More

In addition to protecting religious freedom in this country, a large part of our work involves defending religious freedom around the globe. That’s why this new report out by the U.S. State Department is of great interest. The Department’s 13th …Read More

I am very pleased to announce an important development that extends our international outreach to Asia. We have formed a partnership with Handong International Law School in South Korea – a program designed to provide both education and training for …Read More