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Obama & UN Aid Union of Arab Jurists in Libya Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Thu, Sep 13, 2012, 06:02 PM
Adviser Jurist.jpgThe Union of Arab Jurists in Libya is allegedly one of the groups that instigated attacks on a U.S. Consulate in Benghazi that killed the US ambassador Christopher Stevens. Nevertheless, President Barack Obama and the United Nations had used American taxpayer dollars to finance the radical Islamic terrorist organization.

According to Eye on the UN, “the UN-accredited organization behind the event included the International Organization for the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (EAFORD) and the Union of Arab Jurists. EAFORD established thirty years ago in Libya, has told UN audiences in the past ‘the anthrax letters … were mailed in the United States by a well-known American Zionist.’ Speeches at the Council from the Union of Arab Jurists include rants about Saddam Hussein as ‘the legitimate president of Irag.’”

Obama has joined the United Nations Human Rights Council, which has provided funding to jihadists. Daniela Valencia, a UN HRC staff member, is quoted as saying that, “U.S. troops are perpetrators of rape, torture and abuse.”

As reported by Eye on the UN, “one cannot get into the building without a check of credentials and purpose, and subsequently being provided by a UN entrance pass. The room is located on UN premises. It is reserved by the UN staff after having vetted the sponsoring organization and the purpose of its proposed event. And after receiving a UN green light, the event is advertised in a UN document, with the UN Human Rights Council’s name across the top. All involved are fully aware that the point of holding meetings on the side of the Council’s session is to influence Council participants.”

To read the entire article from Eye on the UN, link here:

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