ACLJ: Stop Sending U.S. Taxpayer Dollars to Egypt & Libya


The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), which works to protect religious freedom and human rights in this country and abroad called on the Obama Administration to end its foreign policy of “appeasement and apologies” and stop sending U.S. taxpayer dollars to countries which permit and support the terrorism of Islamic militants bent on destroying America.

“The anti-American violence at the direction of Islamic extremists in not only very troubling, but amplifies what can only be described as a failed foreign policy by the Obama Administration,” said Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the: ACLJ. “The Obama Administration continues to send billions of taxpayer dollars to countries that permit and support the terrorism of radical Islamists bent on destroying America. It’s time to bring an end to a foreign policy of appeasement and apologies. We’re calling on the Obama Administration to cut-off funding to Libya and Egypt until stable governments – which support America – are put in place.”

Led by Chief Counsel: Jay Sekulow , the American Center for Law and Justice is based in Washington, D.C. and works in this country and abroad to protect religious freedom and human rights. The ACLJ has seven international affiliate offices, including one in Israel.

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