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Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld Publishes on Family Security Matters

Posted by Levine Communications Office on March 18, 2011

LCO client Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld has just published Time to Defund the United Nations on Family Security Matters.

The communiqué issued on March 9, 2011 by the President of the sixty–fifth session of the United Nations General Assembly, Joseph Deiss, declared he had “the honor” of hosting the U.S. premiere of the anti-Israel pro-Palestinian film Miral at the General Assembly Hall.
In lending his office’s sponsorship and providing the General Assembly hall for the red-carpet showing of this film, Mr. Deiss provided a world stage to a fictional screenplay by Arab-Israeli writer, Rula Jebreal, awarding it with credibility and legitimacy.
To read the full article, please click here.
About Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld
FamilySecurityMatters.org Contributing Editor Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld is the Director of the New York-based American Center for Democracy. She is an expert on terrorism and corruption-related topics such as terror financing and narco-terrorism. She has published articles in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Newsweek, The Guardian, The Washington Times, National Review, Huffington Post, the Eurobserver, The Jerusalem Post, the New York Sun, and the Los Angeles Times, and has testified on terrorism financing before the U.S. Congress, the European Parliament, the French Parliament and the Canadian Parliament.
To learn more about Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld and to read more of  her articles, please visit here.


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