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Urgent Israel Update: UN Resolution

By Jay Sekulow1482430436021

Over the course of the last few hours there have been major developments in the fight for Israel.

Egypt submitted a resolution at the United Nations (U.N.) late Wednesday night that seriously threatened Israel.  The U.N. Security Council scheduled an immediate vote this afternoon.

The resolution – which referenced pre-1967 borders several times – would have crippled Israel’s sovereignty, weakened its borders, and left it susceptible to false criminal charges at the International Criminal Court (ICC).

Most disturbingly, the Obama Administration was completely silent – refusing to state that it would veto this resolution.  President-elect Trump immediately demanded the U.S. veto this dangerous resolution.

America has always vetoed these biased anti-Israel resolutions in the past. It must always be the strong bulwark for Israel.

We mobilized our offices across the globe, reviewing, analyzing, and fighting to defeat this resolution.

At the last minute, through aggressive pressure, Egypt postponed the vote.  While this is a huge temporary victory, we must remain vigilant.

President Obama has STILL not publicly opposed this resolution. He could betray Israel at any moment. 

We will not back down. Our offices in Washington, at the U.N., and in Jerusalem are mobilized through Christmas, fighting to permanently defeat this resolution.

We will continue to keep you up to date as our fight for our ally Israel continues.

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