Commission on International Religious Freedom Likely to Shut Down

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I didn’t know we had one of these. It will close …

… if Congress does not approve $4 million in annual funding for the independent bipartisan commission, as well as re-authorize its mission, which is to advocate for persecuted religious minorities around the world and advise the U.S. government on related policy positions.

sourse: Fox

The Republicans are complaining because the Democrats want to use this money to create 1,100 jobs somewhere in the US.

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2 thoughts on “Commission on International Religious Freedom Likely to Shut Down

  1. The Canadian government is currently hard at work creating such a commission. Although it seems mostly to protect Christian minorities. It plays well in the persecution complex of western Christians.

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