World of Faith and Freedom: Why International Religious Liberty Is Vital to American National Security

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INTRODUCTION

1. The National Security Strategy of the United States, 2006, section II. Accessed at www.whitehouse.gov/nsc/nss/2006/sectionii.html.

2. National Strategy for Combating Terrorism, September 2006, 1. Accessed at www.whitehouse.gov/nsc/nsct/2006/.

3. The State Department’s 2006 Annual Report on International Religious Freedom (hereafter IRF Report) reported: “The Government [of Afghanistan] also responded positively to international approaches on religious freedom and worked effectively on high-profile cases such as [that of] Abdul Rahman.” Available at www.state.gov.

4. At a March 6, 2006, press conference Under Secretary Nicholas Burns related his private remarks to Afghan Foreign Minister Abdullah: “I said on behalf of our government that we hope very much the judicial case … would be held in a transparent way. And of course, as our government is a great supporter of freedom of religion and as the Afghan constitution affords freedom of religion to all Afghan citizens, we hope very much that … the right of freedom of religion will be upheld in Afghan court.” On March 20, spokesman Sean McCormack: “it’s important … that the Afghan authorities conduct this trial … in as transparent a manner as possible. Our view … is that tolerance, freedom of worship is an important element of any democracy and these are issues … that they are going to have to deal with increasingly.” Statements accessed at www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/2006/html.

5. For a compendium of critical comments on the administration’s handling of the Rahman affair by religious supporters, including Colson’s, see Rob Moll, “Should Evangelicals Support Bush’s Foreign Policy If He Can’t Guarantee Religious Freedom?” Accessed at www.chrisitianitytoday.com/ct/2006/117/13.0.html.

6. Statement of ambassador at large for international religious freedom to the Congressional Human Rights Caucus, April 7, 2006.

7. The Constitution of Afghanistan, Preamble, paragraph 8.

8. Zalmay Khalizad, “Afghanistan’s Milestone,” Washington Post, January 6, 2004, A17.

9. IRF Report for 2005, issued November, 2005.

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