Defending Religious Freedom for U.S. Marine Captain

Liberty Counsel filed the answer brief to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals on behalf of a United States Marine Corps Captain who was granted a preliminary injunction because he faced punishment after the military rejected his appeal from a denial for a religious accommodation from the shot mandate.

Injunction, Court Order Against Church Reversed

San Jose, CA–The County of Santa Clara and Health Officer Sarah Cody, through County Counsel James Williams, obtained a temporary restraining order and injunction in November 2020 against Calvary Chapel San Jose, Pastor Mike McClure, and Pastor Carson Atherly for violating the Covid-19 health orders that restricted church services, required masks and the submission to the county of a Covid-19 Social Distancing Protocol.

U.S. Marine Granted Emergency Relief From Discharge and Eviction

Within two hours of Liberty Counsel’s request, Judge Steven Merryday granted a temporary restraining order for a U.S. Marine First Lieutenant to stop the Department of Defense from ordering administrative separation and eviction from his home for merely requesting an accommodation of his sincere religious beliefs.

Mobs Attack Christians’ Homes, Businesses After Church’s Legal Recognition

Outraged over the newly received formal legal recognition of a church in Egypt, Muslims in large crowds attacked and damaged the homes, shops and vehicles of many area Coptic Christians, according to a persecution watchdog.

Air Force Academy Cadets Dismissed for Religious Beliefs

Up to 16 cadets at the Air Force Academy have just been notified they will not graduate, dismissed because of their Christian religious beliefs against abortion for refusing vaccines tested on aborted fetal stem cell lines, including seniors who will incur up to $400,000 in debt. Another 16 cadets at West Point face a religious purge.

ChinaAid Releases Report Detailing 2021 Persecution

ChinaAid released its 2021 Annual Report today, detailing persecution and key findings for the year.

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