Posts Tagged ‘ United Nations ’

Chairman’s Report For March 17, 2017

Mar 17th, 2017 | By

In this issue of the newsletter New:        Radical feminists rally around leader who is convicted Muslim terrorist Update:   United Nations should not be the ones “vetting” refugees to the US Update:   New wave of Christian refugees flee city of Mosul where they were trapped Convicted Muslim terrorist leading “Women’s March” Woman gained US citizenship after

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72-Hour Ceasefire in Yemen Set for Oct. 19

Oct 18th, 2016 | By

A 72-hour ceasefire is scheduled to begin on the night of Wednesday, October 19, in Yemen according to a UN envoy. According to Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, the UN envoy, all parties have agreed to the ceasefire, which is subject to renewal. This comes amid the 18-month battle between Houthi rebels and the Yemeni government.

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Syrian Clergyman Urges West to Stop Arming Rebel Groups

Jul 27th, 2016 | By

On Monday July 25, The United Nations in New York backed calls for regular 48-hour ceasefires near Aleppo, Syria but no specific plans have been made. The UN backed the call to action because of the 20 Syrian civilians that were killed and hospitals that were targeted in air raids. The 48-hour ceasefire was requested

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Saudi Arabia Threatened to Break Relations With U.N. Over Human Rights Criticism in Yemen

Jun 10th, 2016 | By

Saudi Arabia warned U.N. head that it would pull hundreds of millions of dollars from U.N. programs if it was singled out for killing and maiming children in Yemen. Saudi Arabia has bombed hospitals and schools in its drive to kill all the Shea Muslims in Yemen.



Inside Saudi Arabia’s Push to Silence Criticism of Its Brutal War in Yemen

Apr 27th, 2016 | By
Saudi terror

An examination of Saudi Arabia’s Yemen diplomacy provides rare insights into the ways a vital U.S. ally has been granted a privileged perch at the world’s most powerful security body. Working through its military allies — principally the United States, Britain, and Egypt — Saudi Arabia has succeeded in blocking actions to restrain its military conduct and highlight humanitarian costs of the conflict.



Obama’s U.N. Plan: Globalize Cops Against ‘Violent Extremists’

Oct 7th, 2015 | By

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, shown here with Baltimore police, announced the new “Strong Cities Network” to plug local departments into international cooperation and “shared resources” with their peers across the globe. President Obama’s new “Strong Cities Network,” announced with little fanfare last week at the United Nations, appears to be another effort to strip authority…



U.N. Says Four Million Refugees Have Left Syria

Jul 21st, 2015 | By

The United Nations reported this month that the number of refugees fleeing conflict in Syria has reached four million. The UN’s High Commissioner for Refugees says that makes Syria the world’s biggest refugee crisis in a generation. Without a settlement to the conflict, it warns, the number of refugees is expected to rise to four-point-25 million by the end of the year.



The Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s “Islamophobia” Campaign against Freedom

Jan 20th, 2014 | By
Dr. Mark Durie

At a forum in Washington, DC noted scholar, Dr. mark Durie delivered a powerful presentation on the Organization of Islamic  Cooperation founded in 1969-founded in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. With 57 member states the OIC is the second largest international organization after the United Nations (UN) and a “major global voting block” at the UN and unique in being the “only such organization devoted to advancing a religion.”