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February 7, 2022 12:00 pm

Devastating new report as the ACLJ and the ECLJ take action at the United Nations on behalf of multiple countries targeting Christians for their faith. Jay, Jordan, and the rest of the Sekulow team – including ACLJ Senior Counsel for Global Affairs Mike Pompeo – discuss these countries and the tragedies happening right now in Afghanistan. This and more today on Sekulow .

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Sealed take United Nations human form. Now you share most common call one 800-6843 11 secular be United Nations February 28, April 1 about to prepare for this 45 session and groups like ACLJ working alongside our college.

The Europeans are flawed justice, which is a recognized organization within the UN apparatus. I will put together countries which we believe a desire particular attention by the UN human rights Council and the first of those many of you probably guess so what is the country that shifted the most when it comes to human rights between 2021 and today Afghanistan and let me just tell you how bad Afghanistan. This is this is in our report we also did report on other countries as well go through some of those Nigeria mutiny and bar Pakistan where we have an office in the as well, but the situation this is from a report quoting of the situation for Christians has been some come so dangerous under Taliban rule in its 22 2022 Worldwatch list report open doors listed Afghanistan as the worst place. Think about that. The worst place for Christians to live in the entire world that you said well it's always big as a war zone and we had troops there with 2500 troops there and think girls go to school was a perfect note.

It was never on number one of this list.

In fact, it's the first time in 10 years that another nation has exceeded North Korea's persecution of it.

We talk about life issues. We'd always think about how the US is stuck with North Korea and China as the only countries of the world allow that kind of abortion on demand with no restrictions at the national level. Think about this for 10 years. No other country came close to North Korea's specific persecution of Christians now for the first time all really since the US began withdrawing in the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban is now the worst place to live as a Christian. Think about how quickly and how these policy decisions. The change they so quickly on the ground for the first time in 10 years. In the short window that the Taliban have been in control. It is worse, North Korea, and that the tragedy of this of course is the fact that the binding frustration move forward on this and with the withdrawal and that's what gave the Taliban and the capability of doing this they didn't have that before. Now they do and that is what is also been causing this increase persecution but to beat South Korea and North Graham, sorry to be North Korea as the worst persecutor on religious liberty religious freedom in the world is a big big statement then people need to understand that we were putting these reports together that this is a big effort by the American Center for Law and Justice, and are your presentable. Just affiliates that multiple teams working on these reports will make oral presentations to the United Nations in just a few weeks will first of all J what a perfect example of US foreign policy. Having the impact of life and death around the world and chance in that space that her work at the ACLJ actually becomes even more important because we speak and avoids the United States government is not speaking in a Virginia right in the states a big team to pull off and I want to get into some of the details in a later segment. You talk about legal efforts on the ground with her affiliate office as you talk about advocacy at the United Nations at the human rights Council and then you talk about taking action, working with partners on the ground actually make things happen. J takes a lot of people takes a lot of resources but again, life and death impact. Based on these on these actions that were taken of folks ACLJ is able to do all this work will work in partnership Europeans are flawed justice we go to the report on Pakistan that we did every every case were talking about is a case that were directly working on through our office in Lahore, Pakistan. We need your financial support. The ACLJ to continue this work. Donate today@aclj.org that's ACLJ.org donate today support our work that's ACLJ.org and you can see all these reports that were doing reports that were on the ground doing these cases. Remember the challenges facing Americans are substantial time in our value freedom sword constitutional rights are under attack more important than ever to stand with the American Center for Law and Justice for decades. ACLJ on the frontlines protecting your freedoms defending your rights in courts in Congress and in the public arena and we have an exceptional track record of success.

But here's the bottom line we could not do our work without your support, we remain committed to protecting your religious and constitutional freedoms then remains our top priority, especially now during these challenging times. The American Center for Law and Justice is on your side, you're already a member.

Thank you. Well, this is the perfect time to stand with us ACLJ.org where you can learn more about her life changing become a member today ACLJ only one. A society can agree that the most vulnerable invoice is, is there any hope for that culture to survive.

And that's exactly what you are saying when you stand with the American Center for Law and Justice, defendant the right to life. We created a free powerful publication offering a panoramic view of the ACLJ's battle for the unborn is called mission will show you how you are personally publication includes a look at all major ACLJ cases were fighting for the rights of pro-life activists ramifications. 40 years later Planned Parenthood's role in the ministry and what Obama care means to sever the many ways your membership is empowering the right question free copy of mission in life today online/_the UN were able to do these reports. Everybody can't do this you have to have special status with the United Nations and these were not countries dictated as they do that each year they go through a group of countries call Universal periodic review that's of every country in the world with the human rights situation with their situation at all these different kinds of human rights.

These are countries we decided that the UN human rights Council must take particular concern in an prepaid specific attention to that one_when we write about these. In some countries went out of the rat is true I can me Amar were type of situation there, but it is that bad, but for instance it Pakistan. They were on the ground. We have an office every single violation and what do you would like to specific they don't like how is this the worst place. Now they need cases they need right individual acts to understand that folks if I tell you places so horrible I can give you this story about how it's affecting an individual and their family is a lot tougher to really know taken understand. So every case we talked about in our report on Pakistan is part of our Pakistan offices caseload. These are our actual cases.

As we note this is how that report begins its previous report to the Council. The EC LJ highlighted three cases of major concern that involve serious human rights violation to Pakistan's blasphemy laws abusive young Christian and Hindu girls at the hands of the Muslim majority and exploitation due to the continued practice of bonded labor slave labor. We bring two of these cases against the Council's attention with one new case. All three require immediate intervention as Pakistani authorities have failed to provide justice on this, the country that has systems in place they can do the right thing.

That's right you got push and push one of the reasons why it was so hard his even the judges and prosecutors their life to be in jeopardy know it's it's good because the corruption is significant in their desire to find rentals and there's radicals running about what is important to point out here, both in Afghanistan and the situation in Pakistan is that lives are on the line here. So we were putting these reports together. This is not just you know merely putting together some information that might be interesting to the United Nations. This is putting real cases with real people in front of the UN Council here now.

What's important to understand is the human rights Council has a bias that bias is always towards his and they don't really like hearing about Muslim countries that have engaged much Muslim majority countries that engaged in this we go back to Afghanistan for a moment and let's be honest the withdrawal that was done by the Biden administration increase the religious persecution and death to Christians and other religious minorities in Afghanistan and it did so significantly. Twilight 2500 US troops in Afghanistan. Women going to school, religious minorities not being persecuted and killed in the streets in a matter of months that change. This is the first time in years than another nation has exceeded as we said earlier, North Korea's persecution level on this list that was put together Bob by religious liberty, open doors, which really does monitor these things on a very very significant basis not because improvements of human rights in North Korea. But because of the increased situation in Afghanistan and this was a failure of the United States. By the way, if you're watching on neighbor social media outlets. We encourage you as we give you analysis are not coming it elsewhere on this will encourage you to share this bead with your friends right now really important that you do this, our director of policy Harry Hutchison is with us these reports Harry and putting this power before the human rights Council is a very important part of our advocacy predicament really can't speak up for themselves. I think that's precisely correct and now more than ever. It's very very important because the US government under the direction of Joe Biden has engaged in a number of policy failures that are both shocking and in my opinion, deliberate, we have experienced a fundamental upheaval and policy, particularly in Afghanistan where the Biden administration precipitously withdrew American troops and therefore protection of both Americans and Christians in Afghanistan so the Biden administration essentially said to those individuals, Christians and Americans in Afghanistan. You are on your own. We really don't care because we want to put the interest of the progressive globalist elites first and this is not something that the progressive globalist elites are very very concerned about against their there. This cuts against their entire kind of theory. I think that is correct and so what is necessary is for organizations like the EC LJ to fill in this gap. This vacancy in US policy. The Biden administration has engaged in craven failure after craven failure from Afghanistan to Iran to southeast Asia. When ever there is an opportunity for the Biden administration to show its fecklessness and spineless this to the entire world. It basically takes advantage of that opportunity and that is why we have to all be concerned about what's going on in Afghanistan, Nigeria, India, Pakistan, and Burma.

Often times how these countries retrieve their own people is how they act on the world stage. So if there if there are human rights abusers for China had assigned act of the world stage. If your Pakistan heavy work on the world states in the other countries and in Panama to bring this one up Nigeria under the truck administration was listed as a country by the State Department country particular concern because that the government has failed to secure about 50% of its population. Such a country that is 50% Muslim and 50% Christian. So it's not a tiny Christian minority. The problem is been the government has been unable or unwilling to secure Christians from attacks by radical Islamic groups and why in the world during a time that is like the one you're describing Jordan with the US administration take that particular country off a list that is asking the United Nations to focus on the net of the Biden administration did. They took them off the list of countries of particular concern and we are making the case that that was a mistake and were just higher level and he let me tell you two very important things. I think these reports we put together do number one they connect the dots, like dictation you're talking about here between a foreign policy decision by the United States and ramifications around the world, and Jordan. Here's the other thing may be the even more important think it helps set the agenda for this human rights Council minutes to be more than a month. You're basically the month of March were there in a focus on human rights issues around the world. But if nobody steps up and says anything. And right now the United States is not doing so the focus is all going to be about Israel like Jay said when we bring specific cases to them. Jordan and can show them documented evidence of things that are happening on the ground. They really have no choice but to take those issues up as part of the agenda. So yeah, it takes a team and you know DC in Virginia Beach and Tennessee in Strasburg and Geneva, New York to pull that off, and Jordan. If we don't do it so many times these issues will actually be completely ignored during the session because we do it a little bit different level.

Let's meet this be realistic on this. Not to knock any other group that I would be very clear that we do it in very different level. We engage at both in writing, because we have offices on the ground and some these countries, but also in oral interventions. You've done them. I've done fenced on the move. Our team in Strasburg's on them. It's important to be front and center on that because what that does is enable us to report firsthand. And what we're doing is getting actual action from this data that people released from prison because of our advocacy of these levels. That's right, and Sec. Papazian majority is next putting people like that on our team.

Former Secretary of State for the United States of America.

He also had FCA for America to get this Intel plus the diplomatic Becca Ricker knows that the diplomatic backup versus investor to spend 10 years the UN for that then went into Intel as acting director intelligent at putting that team together while we've been building on this decades long work at the United Nations and speaking out all these issues not allowing these countries to go and act like everything there'd in their country is fine. We call amount.

A part of this is when you go to the UN human rights Council. These countries rotate audit off the Council. The US thought it was so corrupt they left of the trumpet ministry ship because they weren't doing anything about you. Of these specific countries would allows you to get the name and shape publicly world powers nor the place you can really do that you could during a radio broadcast, they're not.

That's not our audience. Though these are international actors get to go into their home at the UN where that's their safe space right bodies bad actors in Colorado were doing and it were to make some announcements coming up in the next several weeks and months and this year we make some major moves on that international front.

Better to be very significant. I mean talk about Madeleine Arnett. Now more than ever campaign. This is the next phase of were taken specific concrete action to protect those that cannot speak out for themselves that my Pompeo joining is coming up want to share the speed again with your friends. Also met Nancy to support the work of the American Center for Law and Justice European Center for Law and Justice media outreach.

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ACLJ.only one. A society can agree that the most vulnerable invoice is certainly protect. Is there any hope for that culture to survive. And that's exactly what you are saying when you stand with the American Center for Law and Justice, defend the rights of life, we've created a free and powerful publication offering a panoramic view of the ACLJ's battle for the unborn Gold edition like it will show you how you are personally pro-life and publication includes a look at all major ACLJ pro-life cases were fighting for the rights of pro-life activists ramifications of Roe V Wade, 40 years later Planned Parenthood's role in the abortion industry and what Obama care means to the pro-life in many ways your membership in the ACLJ is empowering the right to life question free copy of mission life today online ACLJ/challenges facing Americans are substantial time and are now free to insert constitutional rights are under attack more important than ever to stay with the American Center for Law and Justice for decades now ACLJ on the frontlines protecting your freedoms defending your rights and courts in Congress and in the public arena and we have an exceptional track record of success.

But here's the bottom line we could not do our work without your support, we remain committed to protecting your religious and constitutional freedoms then remains our top priority, especially now during these challenging times. The American Center for Law and Justice is on your side, you're already a member. Thank you. Not well this is the perfect time to stand with us ACLJ.were you can learn more about her life changing become a member today ACLJ back to secular folks encourages you to broadcast right now after watching with us, but we are joined by our senior counsel for global affairs for US Secretary of State my Pompeo Sec. propeller jump right to it is.

This is probably's surprising news to a lot of people in the mist of the Olympics and all the stories around that got blurbs but is not got the attention it deserves.

So on Friday. Bryce surprised by the administration announces the granting some sanctions relief that allowed this is pretty shocking to the Iranians. But here's what's more shocking the kind of sanctions relief in the form of waivers related to civilian nuclear activity.

Why is the by the administration. Now, removing any sanctions from Iran that because they won't go to the negotiating table really, but the second is nuclear sanctions really having that that sort of start lifting Sec. Pompeo asked me to explain directly the unexplainable wrap my head around it. I try to be generous and think the why someone might done it and anyone has negotiated anything while you're trying to purchase a used car, just simply getting the children to do what you want to be. You don't give them a gift with nothing in expectation of return rate just doesn't doesn't work, that's what they did here this this reeks of desperation that American diplomats are headed back to Vienna this week trying to get this deal to protect what Pres. Obama had done during his time.

This nuclear deal, which guaranteed a pathway for a nuclear weapon that the ramifications are really deep for the Israelis do not confront in Iran not only has a nuclear weapons program, but money and well likely release of $29 billion in funds that the trust ministration for giving Irani and the ability to do lots more or glass more care.

We should never forget this. The same agenda help Americans hostage for 444 days before President Reagan came in office you don't like one of the things that die I'm deeply concerned about Harry Hutchison are director of policy number just talk about this during the break to our online audiences and that is why in the world they would do this while you know this is all going on and you got the Middle East situation is has improved so drastically when you are in office because of the Abraham records and then I look back at negotiators are coming back into Vienna United States saying this is a make or break session to get a deal with Iran and then you get the sanction waivers going at the same time. So what I'm trying to figure out is that they want to deal so badly to get back into what Pres. Obama had done previously but they will do anything at this point how, in other words, what else could that you releasing $29 billion. You are giving them civilian nuclear activity. What what else could you possibly do.

Is there more sanctions they could give up their leverage. The leverage that was provided to them when they came in the office. They basically describe it away. This deep ramifications to more broadly it's bad for Ron is bad for the Middle East. Your point about the Abraham records is exactly spot on the next country thinking about making friends with Israel and the American ministration delinquency with the irradiance you're less likely to recognize Israel as a rental rifle Jewish homeland. This this is also being watched by food and and she and Sharon Kim can see that you share with your Americans and just hang on for a bit.

Give you what you want. It is incomprehensible to me to think that they that the administration the vibrators have believed this would further America's interest these Iran or anyplace else in the world seem like it would've further the interests of China and Russia and other European companies who are willing to look turn a blind eye. Recent German companies who were responsible for building some these early nuclear facilities into the mountains and helping build those but did it it it. Your time will be recurrent Chinese genocide in the Olympics that kind of focus.

There's even a focus about where that Uighur athlete go, who was in the opening service hasn't been written out has not been the press has that opportunity to speak to her but at the same time we talk about more sanctions on Russia. We have because of Ukraine specifically states he Russia by the same time opening up an entire new financial incentive for them in Iran. These are all deeply connected. She could stand together, they just set Olympics was on the closing up together essentially posing a challenge to the west to the United States and Europe and India and Japan and South Korea say right. Here's our team is what we look like this is what authoritarianism looks like. This is what the denial of basic human right. This is with the denial of any religious leader. This is what it looks like what you prepared to do about it. And when the answer to that is allow them to shut down the pipeline. United States were gasoline for do nothing to build our strength to put your more risky now that Handy irradiance a gift I think is I think these dictators the bad guys they got. They can run the house and I pray I pray that that's not the case for these next three years. You piece up at theac@aclj.org by administration's weaknesses on full display in Ukraine that are conflicting signals coming out of the administration. All of I am perplexed to say the least. Whether it's something we really think is imminent. This morning it was imminent over the weekend. They said maybe not so limited. But then Jake Sullivan said all imminent could be any day now.

But that's not imminent. That's what Jenkins and Saki's answer to that is left is innocently mean imminent, what what you think were actually looking at here is put in to make a move and is or can be any response at that point, or should the responses be now in reverse order that we should establish deterrence before it's late again trying to back on our front foot to catch up is really really hard when it comes to deterring someone like that in the second.

I haven't seen the latest intelligence.

I don't have access to that anymore.

But for all the world. It looks like Vladimir Putin is going to be enormously coercive number of soldiers there prepared the amount of equipment. This move not only into Western Russia butted to Belarus what's happening in the black theme of the Russian Navy that looks like a letter that extracts something from the last weather that somebody centigrade or a deal in Syria or a bunch of money that has been Pres. somebody sanction is asked will be the end boy this is that this something I don't think Levaquin would have done had he known that he had administration America that was prepared to lead your future fly just a sec. pop after the final question for we just did some reports on specific countries that we believe the human rights caps needs to pay 50 to 1 of those, of course, topless Afghanistan, but that reason why we focus on Afghanistan is the significant change how it's going backward so quickly, and we focusing on open doors report for 10 years North Korea has been the number one abuser of of specifically of Christians, human rights, they been number one. The worst for a decade.

No one even came close and in less than a year. Afghanistan has taken that unfortunate place is the number 1 Worst Pl. in the world to live as a Christian, and the etiquette underscores the way the withdrawal occurred by the by the administration and empowering the Pala band had has led to this the disaster now for Christians living in Afghanistan, Jordan, I don't think for one moment present by Ms. team considered the human rights ramification the park. I think they were simply determined to get out willy-nilly.

Note no conditions, just where to go and whatever happens after that. Not my problem. Pres. Biden has mentioned Afghanistan in months in a formal setting to a group to talk about the things that they're working on another still Americans. Those who supported record where they are working with a group of folks to try and help get them out. I asked Christian prosecution persecution in Afghanistan today rivals North Korea and what's happening in Nigeria Christians. This is one of dangerous places in the wealth of Christians in the United States is not done its basic duty to do all the good to protect and think about that. We filed also with the UN on Nigeria as well as situation Afghanistan with an office in Pakistan andthank you for your insight is always "this is why you support the work of the ACLJ not just talking about were taken action ACLJ.org portable ACLJ is been on the frontline protecting your freedom is defending your rights in court in Congress and in the public arena.

The American Center for Law and Justice is on your side, you're already a member. Thank you. If you're not well this is the perfect time to stand with us ACLJ.org where you can learn more about our life-changing work, member today ACLJ keeping you informed and now is Jordan secular secular to your phone calls out to 100-684-3110 of those impacted first half-hour woodlot time take your calls over open up the lines that what hundred 684-3110 01 of the issues I wanted to kind of expand a little bit to budget because it brought up with Sec. Pompeo.

It really talk much about it before he came on so much understand how to set up the US is right now talking about massive sanctions on Russia if they made Ukraine say that's bad.

By the way sakes it's a good place before. That's how you would prevent it. You can't just threaten especially when you're you come from administration. The strong redlines by that strong lines in the sand before which Biden comes the Obama administration and a lot of his advisors who did that in Syria so they really feel the threat unless you do the sanctions preemptively, but all all that being said, the same territory by these massive sanctions on Russian and everything is blamed on Russian we just relief. We gave sanctions.

Relief to Iran.

29 and not for like their medical needs that for like some food that they need for their own people or something like that. No doubt user relief from nuclear activity. They are now allowed to go to the world sell and purchase without threat of US sanctions quote "civilian nuclear uses so they can export their nuclear technology. But what is also been taken by Russia, China and other countries nuclear technology, so long as it's quota quote civilian and most of the time.

The only difference between civilian and not civilian is how much uranium here of the level you're enriching uranium exactly that's all we're talking about a massive number $29 billion to go to Iran, the world's largest sponsor of terrorism and they do this is the biggest thing is it so amazing to me.

Harry is they do this the by ministration, thinking somehow they are raised in Seo now will come back to the table that I don't think you should of ever giving 29 billion. I will usually give them relief. But you certainly wouldn't do it before you even have them at the table.

They will not even sit down with us absolutely. And if I were advising the Iranians I would give them that advice, if you got 29 billion from the United States government. Why not shoot for 50 billion or something.

The other thing is a run can continue its nuclear enrichment program and it receives $29 billion. So if you think about all of the rhetoric that the Biden administration has offered with respect to the Ukraine. It's important to keep in mind that virtually every policy move. The administration has made has strengthened the hand of the Russians. So by helping Iran you help the Russians the Biden administration removed sanctions on the northern stream pipeline. They basically have done virtually everything possible to help the Russians. I think leaving Afghanistan helps the Russians and so at the end of the day.

One of the things that I would say about the Biden administration is that they are inflicted with the disease of incoherence. They don't really know what they are doing and I think they Are here is 29 billion to Iran to maybe get back to the table to maybe write what is the reaction we have quick quick on the breaker was a reaction Washington all this cousin. It is as absurd as literally yet D.N.J. the reaction is that there's literally only one reason that you would do this at a time when you know what Iran is doing.

The only reason J that you would I release the waivers and he would relieve that pressure is because you've chosen the narrative over the facts on the ground. J there's no other explanation for it. I think what we understand folks in number. The ACLJ were involved in all this, the European worker Taira that year UN work that so that we come back rake work. We actually do so. We don't just report news here. I think you ought to know us, know that. But if you're if you're new to the AC as if that a state-of-the-art working.

These issues, it's in DC, whether it's in your weather anywhere around the world or at the UN. Wherever their meeting support our work. ACLJ.org the challenges facing Americans are substantial time and are now freedom sword constitutional rights are under attack more important than ever with the American Center for Law and Justice on the frontline protecting your freedoms defending your rights" in Congress and in the public arena and we have an exceptional track record of success. But here's the bottom line we could not do our work without your support, we remain committed to protecting your religious and constitutional freedoms and then remains our top priority, especially now during these challenging times. The American Center for Law and Justice is on your side. You are already a member. Thank you. Well, this is the perfect time to stand with us ACLJ.org where you can learn more about our life-changing, member today ACLJ only one. A society can agree that the most vulnerable in voice is, is there any hope for that culture to survive. And that's exactly what you are saying when you stand with the American Center for Law and Justice, defendant the right to life, we've created a free powerful publication offering a panoramic view of the ACLJ's battle for the unborn is called mission will show you how you are personally publication includes a look at all major ACLJ were fighting for the rights of pro-life activist ramifications 40 years later Planned Parenthood's role in the ministry and what Obama care means to serve the many ways your membership is powering the right question free copy mission life today online/684 30. What did you believe the US is about satiating Russia over Ukraine sanctions which again will impact all of us because we rely so much because with a longer energy independent rely so much on Russian oil and gas's oversight sexy Russian oil and gas.

Guess what the expense of the pump works with. I'm not saying you don't do that to bad actors. By the way, because of the sum of the financial impact be nice to buy demonstration explain more that the American people spend a little bit more time for those of us who would be interested in knowing that a lot of Americans were based in knowing if the gas goes up another dollar a gallon where Artie very high and it's because of a move, but I want to get your thoughts on this post. What you believe we just discussed. Can you believe the Biden administration just gave sanctions. Relief to the Islamic Republic of Iran who elected one of their chose one of the most radical Presidents in history since signal to the world who so far as said no to every US demand and now we've given sanctions relief to their nuclear program. The US has provided unilateral sanctions relief to the Islamic Republic of Iran's nuclear program.

I want your thoughts on that 1-800-684-3110 and you get a bit when they're asked questions about this. I mean this is the be inspecting agencies about nuclear situation in Iran take a listen to assistance. This was on Al Jazeera saying all access on what access is it that you've been denied testing for the that they get the capacity to reinstall outcome asset social that the money touring activity would be more comprehensive. You think maybe before you gave her $29 billion worth of relief. You might say that the IAEA inspectors back in and let the cameras back in as it was the previous agreement before you give them $30 billion for terrorism, which is what they use my for that and in building the nuclear arsenal and as Jordan said the difference between by the way, civilian utilization of of nuclear material is is a matter of degree is not a matter of can connect and that civilian use be converted to military use of Corsican and that there's also questions about the gift understand the sameness that I director again on Al Jazeera.

Could Iran make a nuclear weapon in less than a month less in the months which would would point to the fact that the nuclear deal should be that they were to re-create should be dead anyways because if you could up if you get a weapon, a lesson about there's no deal to be had to take a listen to what do you think Iran could make a nuclear weapon when less than a month.

We don't have any information in the 90s that actions I would like to get into language that may be construed as something I got what we say is that the amounts of material are growing that this is material that he had 11 goals and this is something that has to be looked at with a lot of care okay so here's my question. This is why the American Center for Law and Justice are affiliates around the globe exist and that is this where is Washington.

Other than stroking checks for $29 billion, which is basically what you get when you get the sanction relief. $29 billion to the Islamic Republic of Iran. The IAEA inspectors says well we really couldn't beat them goodbye. Don't know we don't know because we don't have the data, but the idea that this is going on right under the nose of the Biden administration they are promoting this is their idea.

JI mean, they gave the game away before they even sat down at the table the whole idea was to return to the JCP away regardless of what the facts work J the idea that the burden of proof to show that Iran is not on the cost of the of nuclear weapons resides with anyone other than the Iranian people. I mean, the idea that the IAEA would say what we don't know and that would be good enough for the Biden administration to reengage is just appalling budget here. Here's the other thing I think there is a thread here in Sec. Pompeo touched on this, but it's not just Iran with the Biden ministration gave the game away before they even sat down. The point to engage Russia where you had leverage was before they got the solace of the Chinese army look an economic sanction there now.

J does so much less two months later now now the President she has Artie stepped in that gap, but this is the way that the Biden administration has engaged with foreign affairs. They choose a narrative. It's one of appeasement and they take any deal that's on the table.

Even if the deal is, we don't really know what can happen in a month. There is no deal on the table so absurd to give them $29 billion it is no deal. This hopefully get some back to the table. This again back to what table for what purpose, if even if the IAEA inspectors. The Dir. Gen. Hogan is diplomatic there but he he's being honest.

They have no cameras there. They have no access these but he said based on what they got amidst growing at a very high level.

So he did want to say yeah they can have a bomb in a month.

But why then is the world's feeling. So what are you going to do with this deal is acute. You really believe you can delay that was not to have any impact on it whatsoever and by the way, who were the good with the other good actors of the really going to get bother Russia and China are part of that process. I was legit. Now do business with Iran when it comes nuclear activity with no that's exactly whose can benefit on this. I was just thing about this. Eric is 29 billion is not just a boon to the Islamic Republic of Iran. But it's also a boon to Vladimir Putin and presidency. I think that's absolutely correct.

So I think plan is also correct that the United States continues to give up leverage in favor of the narrative. A narrative of openness, inclusion, tolerance so that the United States government today has proven its willingness to tolerate terrorist threats to the United States. Keep in mind we gave up leverage to the Taliban in Afghanistan and so I would say that with Wendy Sherman and Jake Sherman and others in the administration.

What we are dealing with are toddlers who are willing to appease Iran, China, Afghanistan. The Taliban, you name it. Basically, then they want to return to the American people and say we enjoyed the smug moral superiority of globalist elites who are willing to praise our willingness to be spineless at the end of the day but here's what I think that's important for people to understand that is what we do here. The Americans and philologist. We don't just talk about these issues start with them and go to Jordan and the fact of the matter is always whether it's Iran, whether it's Pakistan or or abuse in Afghanistan on Christians, we are front and center on this, not just talking about it taking direct action at the highest level of international tribunal yeah did Sec. Pompeo said the Biden administration didn't even consider human rights when they're withdrawing from Afghanistan. Michael guess who did we did at the ACL day.

We didn't just consider it, we prepared to file a report at the United Nations take this would've been ignored at the human rights Council. I really do believe it unless those of us who did laid the groundwork to have consultative status put evidence in front of them and force them to look at what has happened and now that Afghanistan is the worst place in the world for Christians to live in. Can you imagine a human rights Council going by without it being addressed. I really do think that would have happened Jake except for this we put the evidence in front of them. We compiled the team to make it necessary. We put it on the agenda and now there can have to consider in this is all while on the front page of the New York Times website is McCrone making basically lasted separate with Putin because Europe is at a critical crossroads.

Anytime your critical crossroads Europe Russia. This is not a good thing to get it at a potential is it potential is in imminent is a part of Ukraine.

Is it all of Ukraine. You know, the reports are 50,000 people dead at 5 million Ukrainian refugees, mostly to Poland, which a country would have to have significant preparation. We world this is true for many, maybe, but a few thousand troops is not cannot do it for 5 million people that that will be again to allow that kind of action to occur in Europe in 2022 5 million displaced Europeans 50,000 dead because of conflict and vault that includes Russian troops into as well, but again I mean that we then had a conflict that happened in Afghanistan son happening in a rack set over and set yours up, somewhere we sit this is in Europe and you got all these last-ditch efforts the end of the day. These last-ditch efforts are occurring only because the US was unwilling to get these countries like France and Germany all aboard together right.

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Yes, it was a surrender to the Taliban and we knew that that was going to be the case because the Taliban before they even had taken Koppel mid July they had they had already taken the rest the country so wasn't like a surprise, surprise the televangelist back. They were back in the question was how long it would take to take Koppel US until thought 90 days but not like never think it was they were wrong day and 1/2.

But what is that limiting the day before, try to figure this out.

The day before gobbled 14 August July they were meeting in the next day the big capital felt this and I get it all and all kind of underscores together only if the funds I Lynette in New York on line one halo that welcome to secular you're on the air, taking my call that healing. Thank you for all of the hard work that you're doing. My about a licking sanction that if we are acknowledging that Iran is a world like the point Karen and yet where lifting sanctions on Iran that also that also mean that we are supporting terrorism over certainly releasing money, allowing them to spend money how they choose, you will get a saying that and they asked their number one world leader in paying for terrorist activities in order of terrorism, so the support of the vast range of terror groups which by the way attack and kill US troops throughout to destabilize that just threats here in the United States, but to destabilize the entire Middle East. Their major destabilization efforts right now is happening in Yemen, where even in the UAE and Saudi Arabia there thinking about installing and talking to Israel about similar systems as the iron though because they are being shot at by Iranian rebel groups yet and the Iranians are indiscriminate and they will support the support equipment they will support groups that are do not share their theological version of Islam Seville support to Benicia. They don't they don't care as long as it's a common enemy in a common enemy is right now. Not just Israel but to the countries now in relation Israel, she got that going on at the same time, the United States has deployed troops over to Eastern Europe and here you brought up a good point during the break got all this was Iran was in the 8500 troops, which is not sick but significant number of troops over to the Eastern Europe microbes going for the slick emergency meeting with Vladimir Putin as if were like Chamberlain sending him is like Chamberlain to meet with you know nothing Putin's Hitler, but he is an autocratic, that's for sure.

And as if the last moment here to try to avert peace in our time. Absolutely. So what we've done is we've put together a history that the world can read very easily. We've surrendered in Afghanistan. We surrendered to the Taliban we've surrendered to Russia with respect to the north stream of pipe. We have also surrendered to Iran. Meanwhile, the United States has given up its energy independence. What does that mean it means that we are now more then ever if you well dependent on Russia and indirectly we are and we are dependent on Iranian oil because oil is a fungible commodity, and so to the extent that we give up our own energy independence. That means we are more dependent on terroristic regimes, autocratic regimes and at the end of the day the American people are paying a price each and every day at the pump with higher gasoline and energy prices will cycle back to the phone's one 800 684 31 to a question from Alex in North Carolina hey Alex very much what you do that, 29, $30 billion more that come problem and does America that are packed it's a release of assets. The assets of the been frozen by the United States government, which could going to the taxpayers continue to be frozen are now released so it's it's comes up your balance sheet.

If you would putting on your balance sheet will come off your balance sheet by question and I think yours is a good one.

Alex is my question is what is the reaction in Washington to all of the immediate relief is 29 billion Alex. I think that the actual effect that they are allowed to. They are allowed to without threat of US section engage the world in in nuclear programs, weathered steels that they're making paying for deals. Other countries are paying them for something. The cost is 29 billion. That's a ton within its it was about somebody they are able then to utilize turn that money right back around to increase their nuclear capabilities.

By working with a Russia and China.

So then yes yourself so what is Congress's got a role in some of this, then you would think should be some conservatives concerned about this picture me some liberals concerned about this. What is the sense you're right, there are concerned there are some conservatives concerned J but it's not risen to the level it needs to enlarges for a very, very brief history lesson.

If you go back. These are neither sanctions that actually predated the Iran deal the Iran deal put the waivers of those sanctions into place and really JI mean fast when the Congress should've engaged said no we are not going to ratify that there there was actually a bipartisan majority that help that Iran deal get through it's time for them to right that wrong J and come back over the top and assert their authority. I haven't seen enough movement to do that and in the last thing I would say Janice to Lynette's question doesn't directly fund terrorism will make maybe not. But J, it certainly emboldens Iran and gives him a sort of tacit permission to continue their track of time to give you 29 billions of assets here so they can release 29 billion, the best at someplace else become a leader that's that's it. That's what they did, our friend, former ambassador to the United Nations for Israel Danny Danon was interviewed about this and I will get on the broadcast this week is not a present of all the could take a listen. What he had to say 16 to go back to the negotiation. Yeah, we understand what light outlining the hands of the Iranians. We know that that line, we know that thou threatening a state of these that the US is about three should not give them all funds the loss of both. On the contrary, low-pressure and relevant to the US would decide to reenter the JCP way you would have to take care of all of the threat of nuclear Iran.

But Allison is always storage manager in Israel's been very upfront unified as a government girls and who the leader is currently say we will not allow that to have the nuclear wedding itself. They are about the way you not mean you could be also documented action by us, you crave it. Unfortunately, the need to take potential military action by Israel not know that invading Iran obviously but suit significant military which could that have a significant Iranian response think that this was a hit. Israel and it's all because at that poorly. The US is boxed wine back to the trust administration. Iran was weak on their knees begging the world to feed your people that were in your nuclear program is actually where Israel was able to have think it's Israel was able to hack into their program. The centrifuge started blowing up on their own so I mean that's what it was when they were under severe sanction now were lifting safe on the supports that this is why we give any analysis we give the action that ACLJ.org support our work center for social media platforms wherever you can. ACLJ.org is ACLJ door.org. You become part of the team ACLJ's been on the frontline protecting your freedom is defending your rights in court in Congress and in the public arena. The American Center for Law and Justice is on your side. If you're already a member thinking.

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