US envoy to UN at AIPAC: There will never be a sunset on America's commitment to Israel's security

March 2, 2015 16:51


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US Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power affirmed America's commitment to Israel on Sunday during a speech at the AIPAC annual policy conference.

"There will never be a sunset on America's commitment to Israel's security," Power vowed, adding that, "The US will not allow Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon. Period."

Power said that there was an alarming surge in global anti-Semitism in recent years. Criticism of Israel is never a justification for incitement to violence, she stated.

Power said that the US was committed to fighting against this anti-Semitism.

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