ACLJAmerican Center for Law and Justice
ACLJAppleseed Center for Law and Justice (Washington, DC)
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In its submission placed before the UNHRC, the ACLJ claimed that, "The Islamic Republic of Pakistan continues to violate the human rights of its religious minorities.
ACLJ noted that the IRS made unrelenting demands on the organizations for such information as donor lists and Internet passwords, in the process holding up tax-exempt applications for years (in some cases over seven years).
The ACLJ's budget is nearly $20 million, but an allied group Sekulow runs, Christian Advocates Serving Evangelism (CASE), has a staggering $53 million in revenue--although it's unclear what exactly CASE does.
(139) This is one of the reasons that Shared Hope and ACLJ focused the Protected Innocence Initiative on state law.
"The torture, the beatings, the death threats never end," said Jordan Sekulow, Executive Director of the ACLJ, which represents Pastor Saeed's wife and children who reside in the U.S.
To Jay Sekulow, chief counsel of the ACLJ, it's a relationship that's toxic.
The ACLJ has said that it will challenge the commission's decision, although the LMC has said that landmarking the building would not prevent the Cordoba Initiative from turning it into a mosque, just limit its design scope.
(173.) American Center for Law and Justice, ACLJ Hails Victory for
The ACLJ describes itself as protecting "God-given inalienable rights." Support for the ACLJ "is dependent upon God and the resources He provides through the time, talent, and gifts of people who share our concerns." (30)
The pharmacists are being represented by the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), a conservative legal group founded by Christian evangelist Pat Robertson.
The American Centre for Law and Justice (ACLJ) provided the Air Force with a legal analysis of the guidelines.