Saudi Arabia and Religious Freedom

Winking at one of the world’s worst violators of religious freedom sends the message that we don’t think that religious freedom is that important — or worse, that it’s a principle that we are prepared to trade for more tangible goods, like oil. And that kind of cynicism only reinforces those who violate religious freedom.

If we’re going to advance the cause of religious freedom around the world, every part of our government has to get on board. And that starts with being willing to shine the spotlight wherever it needs to be shone, no matter what lies underneath the ground in that country.

-Charles Colson


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