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How Long Will US Wait?

By Jay Sekulow1407788081000

Now is not the time to allocate blame.

Now is not the time to debate who “lost” Iraq – whether it’s President Bush’s fault for starting the war or President Obama’s fault for trying to end the war prematurely.

Now is the time to act.

In the aftermath of the Holocaust, the world’s leaders made a simple vow: “Never again.”. . .

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The U.S. Withdraws from U.N. Human Rights Council

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ACLJ tells U.N. to Take Action Against Genocide

By ACLJ.org1522778400000

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By ACLJ.org1521231250465

It is high time that the United Nations either begins to work with the United States, particularly in the fights against terrorism and human rights abuses, or else lose their U.S. tax dollar funding. According to a recent memo, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, has proposed...

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