Michael De Dora is still at the meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, making powerful statements for liberty for everyone, regardless of their religious or non-religious beliefs. Here’s his most recent one, about nations that refuse to recognize or protect the rights of religious and non-religious minorities.
Once again, this is a key distinction between humanist groups and Christian right groups. Have you ever heard of the American Center for Law and Justice, Liberty Counsel or the Alliance Defending Freedom standing up for the rights of anyone other than Christians and, once in a while, Jews? I haven’t. But CFI and other humanist groups demand justice for all religious adherents and non-religious people as well.