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Category Archives: Human Rights

Child marriage a scourge for girls


Aug 04 2013 By Lisa Anderson NEW YORK (TrustLaw) – Child marriage, which steals the innocence of millions of girls worldwide and often condemns them to lives of poverty, ignorance and poor health, is one of the biggest obstacles to development, rights groups say. A girl under the age of 18 is married every three...
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Slavery in our days


It is a great evil in the world that slavery is increasing in the modern world. Women and men are being lured into situations while they hoped to find a nice job. When they arrive they are being received well than they are given een address to go to and upon arrival they take their...
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Li Ying persecuted in China


Please pray for Li Ying! Li Ying is currently serving a 15-year prison sentence for her role in the publication of an underground church magazine in China. She was arrested April 2001 along with 16 others from the South China Church and condemned to death December 2001. Her current sentence was handed down during a...
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Persecution because of faith


Marzieh and Maryam released for prison after 300 days. On Nov. 18th 2009, Maryam and Marzieh were released without bail, but charges against them have not been formally dropped, and they may still face a court hearing in the future. Look the site up for writing letters to the prisoners: www.prisoneralert.com Get informed, pray and...
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From Cotton to Organic Cotton


  Most people think that cotton is a very natural fabric, but the opposite is true. Cotton is one of the most chemically intensive farming operations in the world and leads to massive environmental and health problems like cancer. Hashem made human beings to rule over everything that He had made…but not to destroy everything He...
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Stop Breast Ironing


The UN says that 3.8 million West and Central African girls are at risk of a painful form of body mutilation know as ‘breast ironing’. In Cameroon where the practice is most widespread, 50% of adolescent girls in cities and a quarter of all girls nationwide have their breasts ‘ironed,’ often by their mothers. The...
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Food and slavery


Paying attention to food laws Every day we pay attention to the food laws from Leviticus 11. Many of us have discovered the joy of being dedicated to God and His perfect laws for life and we do not feel a burden to apply these laws in our lives. On the contrary. And still living...
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FGM in Egypt


FGM in Egypt now forbidden by law. After a difficult time of struggles and debate a law was passed in the Parliament of Egypt that forbids legally FGM. (May 2008) However if there is a medical reason to do FGM it can be done and this way is being used in order to get FGM...
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Mutilated for Life


  Recently I read a book about female genital mutilation (FGM) written by Waris Dirie, Somali model and victim of FGM. We should know that young girls undergo mostly always without anaesthesia a procedure that is torture and effecting the rest of their life. Pain, depression and not being able to love as she was...
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Humanity in danger


Using our time on earth wisely Our lives that we have received from our Creator are in fact incredible precious. In Jewish tradition life is considered a gift and life has to be sanctified by keeping the rules and regulations that God has given in His Word. Freedom to live within the borders God has...
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