Washington, DC: For the first time in the history of the United States, the International Religious Freedom Alliance, a 27-member International Religious Freedom Alliance, has started to defend religious freedom around the world. The International Religious Freedom Alliance (IRF Alliance) has officially announced the launch of the International Religious Freedom Alliance on Wednesday, in the presence of representatives from over twenty countries. This is great news for Christians who have suffered the most persecution in the world for their faith.

In his proclamation, Pompeo made it clear that the issue of religious freedom would be brought to the attention of the global community. Pompeo made the first mention of the IRF Alliance at the second religious freedom meeting in Washington last July. Pompeo said it was an alliance of like-minded partners who value and fight for each person’s religious freedom.

He added that by uniting powerful nations with their resources and capabilities, they would prevent freedom of religion violators and protect victims of religious persecution. Pompeo said the United States is calling on the nations of the world in a clear voice to end religious persecution, prevent crimes against believers, and repeal laws that restrict freedom of faith.

The Allies pledged to uphold the Constitution’s Declaration of Principles, reaffirming Member States’ commitment to the exercise of religious freedom. The Declaration of Principles states that allied nations are obligated to regularly monitor, report, and report on violations of religious freedom and to help victims of religious persecution.

Albania, Austria, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Gambia, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Slovenia, Senegal, Senegal, Senegal The United Nations is a member of the International Religious Freedom Alliance.


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