Overseas Discrimination (1960)

Posted on October 3, 2013

Overseas Discrimination against Americans: Threats to the Integrity of American Citizenship (1960) “Let integrity and uprightness preserve me.” – Psalm 25:21 National Women’s League again express dismay and concern over the continued acquiescence by our national government in the imposition by Arab States of discrimination against American citizens because of their religion. In 1956, Republican Continue Reading »

Operation Recognition (1978)

Posted on October 3, 2013

Operation Recognition (1978) The ICRC (International Committee of the Red Cross) requires the use of one of its three official emblems: the Red Cross, the Red Crescent (used by Muslim countries) or the Red Lion and Sun (the symbol of Iran). Since 1949, the Magen David Adom Society (Red Star of David) in Israel has Continue Reading »