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The world’s largest Christian peace organization violated the sanctity of the United Nations in its actions on Tuesday, the church announced.
The Christian Legal Society (CLS), which has been a leading voice for peace in the U.N. Security Council for decades, violated the UN charter and UN resolution 242, which calls on all states to uphold the “universal commitment” to the nonaggression principle.
The resolution was passed unanimously at the United States Senate, and is expected to pass the House of Representatives.
The CLS has long been a thorn in the side of the U,S.
For years, the organization has tried to keep the peace at the U., especially in the Middle East, where the CLS is the most powerful religious organization in the world.
Its president, Rev. Franklin Graham, has said the CLC’s advocacy for peace is a direct contradiction to the United State.
Graham said the organization’s mission is “to create an atmosphere in which the United Nation is recognized as a legitimate international organization that is rooted in the love of Jesus Christ, not a collection of moneybags.”
CLS was created in 1953 to provide a “neutral forum” for peace negotiations in the UN Security Council.
It was created to “protect the sanctities and principles of the peace treaty and promote peace and security, promote respect for human rights, and protect and promote the dignity of every human being.”
It has been accused of supporting Palestinian terror groups and funding terrorist groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah.
In 2006, the CLs executive director, the late Robert Jeffress, was indicted on charges of corruption and money laundering.
Jeffress resigned from the CL for failing to pay his $40,000 monthly salary, which he had been paid since 1998.
The charges included fraud in the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Turkey.
In 2015, the U S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations investigated CLS and found it to be an anti-Israel group.
In a statement, the Senate Committee said it “deeply regrets that the Committee found that the CLSC has been engaged in a pattern of engaging in anti-Semitic and other discrimination and has made its activities in the Security Council a source of concern.”
The CLSC was founded in 1754 by Thomas Clarkson, a Presbyterian minister and abolitionist.
The group has been criticized for supporting dictatorships in Iran and Guatemala and supporting the regime of Benito Mussolini.
The organization has had a long and controversial history, with its members including former presidents of Egypt, Guatemala, Angola, Uganda, Chile, and the Philippines.
CLS’ executive director and executive director of U.S. operations, Peter Knaus, resigned last year.
The move came after CLS members threatened to boycott the Us.
House of Representative, which is controlled by Republicans.
The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), which promotes corporate interests, has endorsed CLS.
In its statement on Tuesday morning, the group said the resolution’s sponsors are “ignoring the human and religious suffering of Christians around the world, including the millions of Muslims who have been murdered in the name of religion and in the service of political power.”