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USCIRF Condemns Trial Outcome of Ethiopian Muslim Leaders


August 6, 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) strongly decries the convictions and sentencing of 18 Muslim leaders in Ethiopia.  They were charged under Ethiopia’s controversial Anti-Terror Proclamation and found guilty of plotting to institute an Islamic government.  USCIRF has long advocated for the leaders’ release.

USCIRF Calls on Ethiopia to Release Religious Freedom Advocates on Trial


July 22, 2013 | by USCIRF

WASHINGTON D.C. -- On the one-year anniversary of the crackdown on Muslim protestors for peacefully advocating for their religious freedom rights, the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) calls on the Ethiopian government to release 29 individuals who have been detained and put on trial.

USCIRF's 2013 Annual Report on the State of International Religious Freedom Identifies World's Worst Violators


April 30, 2013| By USCIRF

Washington, D.C. -- The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), an independent federal advisory body created by the International Religious Freedom Act (IRFA) to monitor religious freedom abuses abroad, today released its 2013 Annual Report. The Report highlights the status of religious freedom globally and identifies those governments that are the most egregious violators.

Remarks by Commissioner M. Zuhdi Jasser U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom Religious Freedom, Conditions in Ethiopia, Council on Foreign Relations

USCIRF Comissionar M. Zuhdi Jasser gave the following remarks at the Council of Foreign Relations on Religious Freedom Conditions in Ethiopia on Thursday Feburary 14, 2013.  



Thank you for that kind introduction.  


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