ICLA Will Be Participating in Today’s Prayer March for Persecuted Christians in Orlando, Florida


Today ICLA participates in a Prayer March for Persecuted Christians in Orlando. The march to highlight the plight of persecuted Christians around the world will start at Eola Park Forum, 512 E Washington Street will begin at 6.30pm local time.

ICLA is concerned about the impact that some sharia principles have on religious freedom. Many atrocities around the world have been committed in the name of sharia and ICLA wants to see these brought to an immediate end. Much of our participation at the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Human Dimension meetings are devoted to this end. By participating in this march, ICLA wants to send a message of support to the many people around the world who suffer religious persecution and have their freedom of worship undermined.

Here are some headlines that outline the plight of Christians in particular:

Christians persecuted at alarming rate in Muslim world

Pregnant Christian to be Executed for Leaving Islam After Giving Birth – State Department Stands Idly By

Young Christian Woman Murdered in Mogadishu

Nigerian Report States “90% of the 276 Kidnapped Girls are Christians” and they have been forced to convert to Islam

Islamic ‘Sex Slaves’ Throw Wrench in Official Narrative

Boko Haram and the Kidnapped Schoolgirls

Christians ‘Crucified Again’ for Refusing Islam

Some background about the march:

2 thoughts on “ICLA Will Be Participating in Today’s Prayer March for Persecuted Christians in Orlando, Florida

  1. International Civil Liberties Alliance http://www.libertiesalliance.org/about-2/icla/

    Anti-Sharia Law and radical Islam.

    The International Civil Liberties Alliance was founded in Basel, as a Swiss-based NGO on 1 June
    2012. However, the organisation has much deeper origins.

    The origins of the International Civil Liberties Alliance can be traced back to comments associated with an
    article entitled ‘The Emperor is Naked’ on the website ’Gates of Vienna’ on 26 September 2006. As a reading
    of that comments thread demonstrates our organisation began its existence from the imaginations of a
    group of bloggers who wanted their voices to be finally heard.

    These bloggers established an organisation called the 910 Group. The group was named in reference to the
    day before the terrorist attack on 11 September 2001 which highlighted their concerns about the global
    jihad. This name intended to represent a desire for people to wake up to the reality of the danger posed by
    jihad. In the 910 Group’s statement of ethics it was made clear that it was open to participants of any
    religion, race, nationality, gender, or political affiliation.

    The 910 Group was renamed the Center for Vigilant Freedom when it was incorporated in the US state of
    Virginia. The name derived from a quote from United States President Thomas Jefferson which stated that
    ‘the price of liberty is eternal vigilance’. From its earliest origins, our organisation has been based on the
    values of classical liberalism and the Enlightenment. It has been based on the principles of the rule of law,
    equality before the law, democracy, individual freedom, and freedom of expression.

    The International Civil Liberties Alliance was created as a project of the Center for Vigilant Freedom. The
    Center for Vigilant Freedom was disbanded prior to the incorporation of the International Civil Liberties
    Alliance as a Swiss based organisation.


    I was one of the founding members of the 910 Group. Counterterrorism was my game and still is, except I now hunt Progressives as well. ICLA is a long time friend to NoisyRoom and a fellow freedom fighter.

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