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I have just returned from Geneva, Switzerland, where I was attending the 34th regular session of the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Over the course of my nearly four weeks there, I drafted and delivered six oral statements, co-organized and cohosted a formal side event on the impact of blasphemy laws, attended more than a dozen other events, and engaged on a handful of important resolutions moving through the Council.
Now I’ve returned to Washington, D.C., in time to see that another human rights crisis has broken out. In Pakistan, the government has launched a full-scale assault on the right of citizens to dissent from, and express minority views on, Islam.
Within the past week, authorities have arrested three bloggers, forcing many others to go into hiding—including several who are affiliated with CFI. The government is pressuring Facebook to remove all blasphemous content on accounts and pages based in Pakistan. And they are working to devise a “global plan” to combat blasphemous content.
We are raising these issues with the State Department, Facebook, and other bodies in order to push back against the actions of the Pakistan government. But that will not be enough. We also need to directly help threatened writers and activists.
CFI has a program aimed at doing just that: Secular Rescue. With your help, we’ve already saved nearly thirty people. Now we’re faced with the task of saving even more.
Please consider supporting Secular Rescue today so we can save the lives of these courageous secularists and freethinkers.
Michael De Dora
P.S. Many of us have felt helpless in light of the extent of the problem. While we are your voice at the Human Rights Council, we must also act quickly wherever lives are in danger. Only this comprehensive approach will bring lasting results.
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