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USCIRF 2011 Report

USCIRF 2011 Report

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Annual Report of theUnited States Commission on International Religious FreedomMay 2011(Covering April 1, 2010
March 31, 2011)Commissioners
Leonard A. Leo
Chair (July 2010
June 2011)
Dr. Don ArgueDr. Elizabeth H. Prodromou
Vice Chairs(July 2010
June 2011)
Imam Talal Y. EidFelice D. GaerDr. Richard D. LandDr. William J. ShawNina SheaTed Van Der MeidAmbassador Jackie Wolcott
 Executive Director 
Professional Staff 
Tom Carter, Director of CommunicationsDavid Dettoni, Director of Operations and OutreachJudith E. Golub, Director of Government RelationsPaul Liben, Executive WriterJohn G. Malcolm, General CounselKnox Thames, Director of Policy and ResearchDwight Bashir, Deputy Director for Policy and ResearchElizabeth K. Cassidy, Deputy Director for Policy and ResearchScott Flipse, Deputy Director for Policy and ResearchSahar Chaudhry, Policy AnalystCatherine Cosman, Senior Policy AnalystDeborah DuCre, ReceptionistCarmelita Hines, Office Operations ManagerTiffany Lynch, Senior Policy AnalystJacqueline A. Mitchell, Executive CoordinatorKristina G. Olney, Associate Director of Government RelationsMuthulakshmi Anu Vakkalanka, Communications SpecialistFront Cover: KHUSHPUR, Pakistan, March 4, 2011
Pakistanis carry the coffin of Shahbaz
Bhatti, Pakistan‘s slain minister of minorities, who was assassinated March 2 by the PakistaniTaliban for campaigning against the country‘s blasphemy laws.
Bhatti, 42, a close friend of USCIRF, warned in a Washington visit just one month before his death that he had receivednumerous death threats. More than 15,000 persons attended his funeral. (Photo by AamirQureshi/AFP/Getty Images)Back Cover: JUBA, Sudan, January 9, 2011
Southern Sudanese line up at dawn in the firsthours of the week-long independence referendum to create the
world‘s newest state. The
referendum vote was the final milestone in the implementation of the 2005 ComprehensivePeace Agreement, which ended more than 20 years of north-south civil war in Sudan. (Photo byRoberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images)U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom800 North Capitol Street, NW, Suite 790Washington, DC 20002202-523-3240, 202-523-5020 (fax)

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