As the jihadist army grows, it commits genocide against Christians and plots to terrorize America.
Yet, the Obama Administration says there is “no military solution” to ISIS, only a diplomatic one.
That’s absurd. And deadly.
Christians are dying every day.
We must act. At the ACLJ, we’re aggressively advocating across the globe for persecuted Christians. We’ve exposed the evil that is ISIS. Our offices in the region are working to defend Christians. We’re directly engaging at the United Nations and fighting in Congress to protect the persecuted Church.
Now we need Congress and the Obama Administration to hear directly from you. Demand action to defeat ISIS and defend Christians.
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