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The Law, Human Rights, and the Right to Believe

The Law, Human Rights, and the Right to Believe

By Jeffrey Imm • on August 11, 2010

Over thirty years ago, I came to Washington DC, and joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). My first job responsibility was to swear a promise to the United States of America, and I said: “I, Jeffrey Imm, do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic;

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Muslim Americans Condemn Attack on Pakistan Christians

Muslim Americans Condemn Attack on Pakistan Christians

By R.E.A.L. Organization • on August 6, 2010

On August 2, 2010, in Washington DC, Muslim Americans spoke out on the 1 year anniversary of the August 1, 2009 attack on Pakistani Christians in the city of Gojra, Pakistan.  The August 1, 2009 mob attack in Gojra resulted

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United for Pluralism in Pakistan

United for Pluralism in Pakistan

By R.E.A.L. Organization • on August 2, 2010

On the first anniversary of the mob attack on Gojra, Pakistan, Responsible for Equality And Liberty (R.E.A.L.)’s Jeffrey Imm issued the following online petition for the people of the world to promote pluralism to the Pakistan people and Pakistan government,

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We Remember Gojra

We Remember Gojra

By R.E.A.L. Organization • on August 1, 2010

Responsible for Equality And Liberty (R.E.A.L.) remembers the tragic attack on Gojra, Pakistan, on August 1, 2009, where a reported mob of 20,000 murdered Christian men, women, and children, burned Christian homes, and burned Christian churches – all in

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Pakistan: 102 Honor Killings in Punjab in 6 Months, Nearly 3,000 Women Victimized

Pakistan: 102 Honor Killings in Punjab in 6 Months, Nearly 3,000 Women Victimized

By R.E.A.L. Organization • on July 31, 2010

The Pakistan Daily Times reports on 2,909 women victimized over 6 month (January through June 2010) in Punjab, including 102 “honor killings.” – Pakistan Daily Times reports - on report from

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George Washington Quoted on Religious Liberty and Tolerance

George Washington Quoted on Religious Liberty and Tolerance

By R.E.A.L. Organization • on July 30, 2010

During a visit to Newport, R.I., in 1790, a year before the Bill of Rights was ratified, President George Washington received a letter from

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DC: August 2 Conference on Attacks against Pakistan Christians

DC: August 2 Conference on Attacks against Pakistan Christians

By R.E.A.L. Organization • on July 25, 2010

In Washington DC on Monday August 2, 2010, the Pakistan Christian Congress will have a meeting in remembrance of the horrific attacks against Pakistani Christians on August 1, 2009 in Gojra, Punjab, which led to

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British Female Muslim Director of BMSD Explains the Need for Secular Democracy

British Female Muslim Director of BMSD Explains the Need for Secular Democracy

By R.E.A.L. Organization • on July 7, 2010

Unitas Communications has provided Responsible for Equality And Liberty (R.E.A.L.) the following interview with Tehmina Kazi, director of British Muslims for Secular Democracy.  R.E.A.L. supports the leadership, courage, and consistency on human rights

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Indonesia: Forum aims to end violence against women

Indonesia: Forum aims to end violence against women

By R.E.A.L. Organization • on June 8, 2010

Indonesia: Forum aims to end violence against women – Catholic nuns lead program – UCAN: “Hundreds of cases

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Maldives: English Teacher Deported for “Anti-Islamic” Passage

Maldives: English Teacher Deported for “Anti-Islamic” Passage

By R.E.A.L. Organization • on May 31, 2010

Haveeru reports that English teacher Jinto Thomas is being deported for the “crime” of having an “anti-Islamic passage” in a test that reads: –

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