Egypt Crisis! Don't let radical Islam shape the future

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Egypt Crisis! Don't let radical Islam shape the future

Egypt is on the brink of spiraling into turmoil — and now a radical Islamic terrorist organization has announced it will support the protesters! The Muslim Brotherhood could take advantage of the chaos to create a larger role for Islam in Egypt’s government — and further imperil Christians who are already at risk of death for their faith!

Stand with the ACLJ now and sign our petition urging President Obama to strongly back efforts for a truly democratic government in Egypt that will:

  • value human rights
  • protect religious freedom
  • and keep the peace with Israel!

This is a crisis moment for the Middle East, for Israel, and for Christians in Egypt! Please come to their aid now.

When you sign the petition to show your support, as a token of our appreciation, we’ll send you our new booklet Sharia Law: Radical Islam’s Threat to the U.S. Constitution.

Declare your membership today with the ACLJ by signing our Petition for a Democratic Egypt.


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