Saturday, February 11, 2006

National Religious Coalition Against Torture

Formed at a conference a month ago, the organization fills a much-needed role by emphasizing the inadequacy of Congressional and administration response so far to revelations of U.S. torture. The NRCAT campaign promises to be an effective way of keeping the issue alive. It also offers that vital antidote to despair in the face of an issue as overwhelming and painful as torture: a concrete action that will make a difference. Sign the statement, make a contribution, and encourage others in your church and community to join you. As the statement asks,

What does it signify if torture is condemned in word but allowed in deed?



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