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Cruz: ‘Unconscionable’ That U.S. Would Be Forced to Host Terrorists As UN Ambassadors
 Posted: April 3, 2014 by a12iggymom in Uncategorized   

see video: http://www.mrctv.org/videos/cruz-seeks-block-terrorists-serving-un-ambassadors-nyc-what-if-taliban-had-sent-bin-laden-envoy-0
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U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon greets Iranian President Hasan Rouhani in New York on September 27, 2013. (UN Photo/Rick Bajornas)

(CNSNews.com) – Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) introduced legislation Tuesday aimed at preventing “known terrorists” from entering the U.S. to serve as U.N. envoys in New York.

“It is unconscionable that, in the name of international diplomatic protocol, the United States would be forced to host a foreign national who showed a brutal disregard for the status of our diplomats when they were stationed in his country,” Cruz told the Senate.

 The move comes several months after Iranian President Hasan Rouhani nominated a diplomat named Hamid Aboutalebi as Iran’s next representative to the U.N. in New York and filed a visa application.

 - See more at: http://cnsnews.com/news/article/patrick-goodenough/cruz-unconscionable-us-would-be-forced-host-terrorists-un#sthash.KC3Bwpbe.dpuf
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