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Don’t Fund Radical Islamic Governments

By Jay Sekulow1348006539000

The United States was attacked on 9/11, eleven years after the worst terrorist attack on our soil. The Obama Administration refuses to acknowledge that this was a coordinated attack on our embassy. The U.S. continues to send billions of our tax dollars to radical Islamic-led regimes. Listen as Jay Sekulow discusses these important developments with Sean Hannity on his radio program.

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