Posts Tagged: international law

Tell Secretary Clinton to say “no” to legalizing settlements

From our colleagues in the Office of Public Witness: An Israeli Commission wants to make all settlements and outposts legal under Israeli Law. Your action is needed to make sure U.S. opposition is strong and bold. On Monday the U.S. State Department came out against the Levy Committee Report which, among other things, states there… Read more »

Togo ratifies Convention on Cluster Munitions

On Friday, June 22, 2012, Togo became the 72nd State Party to the Convention on Cluster Munitions.  The Convention bans all use, production, stockpile and transfer of deadly cluster munitions.  Togo was one of the first countries to sign the Convention and with Friday’s ratification, Togo has deepened that commitment. Togo has said that it… Read more »

Advent Devotion – December 1, 2010

Scripture – Isaiah 2:1–4 Isaiah’s vision in the early chapters of his book is mostly of the punishment of Judah and Jerusalem. Judah is to be destroyed because the nation is corrupt; pride and wealth have distorted the nation God…

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