Former House member urges fierce protection of religious rights

WASHINGTON — It’s been six years since Frank Wolf served in Congress for a dozen two-year terms. But for the 82-year-old retired congressman, the fire is still in his belly when it comes to protecting the religious rights of people worldwide. “I have seen firsthand the results of genocide,” Wolf said in remarks July 14 at the International Religious Freedom Summit in Washington. “I saw it in Darfur,” he said, adding that he and Ambassador Sam Brownback, a former ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom, “were the first members of Congress to travel there.”

Former House member urges fierce protection of religious rights

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