Religious Liberty

One Sudanese Pastor Released; One Arrested, Two Others Still Detained

Jubilee Campaign rejoices in the release of Pastor Telahoon Nogosi Kassa Rata, a Sudanese pastor who was arrested on December 13, 2015 by the Sudanese Intelligence and Security Service (NISS). With many people praying for him, he was released by authorities on May 10 after 5 months of detainment. We ask for your continued prayers …

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Boko Haram Hearing and FTO Designation

JUBILEE CAMPAIGN LAUDS U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE’S DESIGNATION OF BOKO HARAM AS A FOREIGN TERRORIST ORGANIZATION WASHINGTON, DC (November 13, 2013) – Several human rights, religious liberty and civil society groups today welcomed the designation of Boko Haram–whose religious persecution of Christians has reached a catastrophic level–as a “Foreign Terrorist Organization” by the U.S. Department of State. In its official release, the White …

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Continued Inaction, Continued Killings: The Cost of Lies and Impunity

On Sunday October 28, 2012 a church in Nigeria was bombed. At least ten Christians died and over a hundred were injured. Given the time difference, right about the time that we in America were getting up and going to church, the Christians in Kaduna were counting their wounded and burying their dead. Since 2010, …

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Recognizing Reality: The Slaughter of Nigerian Christians is Religious

Jubilee Campaign and other human rights groups gravely concerned with the US State Department’s ill-informed statements A group of human rights and religious liberty organizations in Washington condemn the barbaric multi-city Easter Sunday bombings in Kaduna and Plateau state that claimed dozens of lives. Attacks on northern and central Nigeria’s Christian community come as no …

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Uncertain Times for post-Kim Jong Il North Korea; Final Verdict on Yousef Nadarkhani Case Delayed

The Death of a Dictator 2011 has been a hard year for oppressive governments. Protestors forced the dictators of Tunisia and Egypt to step down. Armed militias in Libya, with some NATO backing eventually killed Gaddafi and put his body on display. The rumbles of revolution shook autocratic governments from Morocco to China, drawing promises …

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Support the Protection of Religious Minorities

Libyan Rebels Edge Toward Shari’a Law You are all aware of the armed conflict occurring in the nation of Libya. Over the past months and weeks the West watched ‘freedom-loving’ revolutionaries push back the forces of the socialist dictator Moammar Gadhafi. However, as with the rest of the Arab Spring movements, the Libyan movement contains …

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Calling On Congress To Support the Protection of Religious Minorities

The actions and policy of the U.S. Government play a critical role in the fight for human rights and religious freedom. In particular, the U.S. Department of State gathers information and writes uniquely authoritative reports on human rights. What the State Department reports or fails to report has an enormous affect on human rights work …

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Jubilee Campaign seeks improved ICC operations

July 25th, The Hague, The Netherlands – International Human Rights Non-governmental organization, Jubilee Campaign, is seeking the improvement of the International Criminal Court’s processes to expedite the handling of investigations and review of reported crimes against humanity. After meetings with the ICC in an attempt to find out the status of preliminary examinations the ICC …

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