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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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Time to Reform the United Nations

By Harry G. Hutchison1505850311447

This week President Trump took his robust agenda for reform to the United Nations (U.N.). President Trump said : “ … I am confident that if we work together and champion truly bold reforms, the United Nations will emerge as a stronger, more effective, more just and greater force for peace and...

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Continuing Anti-Israel Bias at UN

By Skip Ash1444338806822

Once again the United Nations (U.N.) has made a bad situation worse, issuing reckless statements in the wake of more jihadist murders of Israeli civilians. We’re taking direct action. Following closely on the heels of the recent public renunciation of the Oslo Accords by Palestinian Authority...

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Implications of the Palestinian...

By Skip Ash1443732176771

On September 30, 2015, Mahmoud Abbas, President of the Palestinian Authority, addressed the UN General Assembly in his role as “President of Palestine.” In his UN address , Mr. Abbas recited his rendition of the history of Palestine and, as he so often does, accused Israel of all manner of...

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Rouhani Spikes Nuclear Football

By Matthew Clark1443472533367

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani spiked the nuclear football in his U.N. victory speech in New York this afternoon. Complete with threats against the “Zionist Regime” (Israel), blaming the U.S. for ISIS’s dominance in the Middle East, and empty promises about its nuclear ambitions, the president of...

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