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The United Nation's Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), released a preposterous report (one they've since pulled) that declares that Israel was an “apartheid state.” Further, it outrageously recommends bringing the State of Israel “to an end.”

The report, which the U.N. Secretary General has already asked to be taken down from its site (although the executive summary of the anti-Semitic report is still on the U.N.’s website), would be laughable if it was not so dangerous. Click here to learn more.

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