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Resolution At Vote
Security Council Resolution At Vote
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
Security Council Resolution #213 “Liberate The Arab League” shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
Applauding the Security Council for liberating The Arab League from another anti-Muslim occupation;
Grateful to the Arab community and to various concerned regions for helping to stabilize The Arab League by supporting the regions native government;
Knowing The Arab Leagues government is dedicated to preserving the region and will never abandon it, as did the former administration following the passage of SC#200;
Observing the influx of unknown nations to The Arab League;
Fearing SC#213 will enable determined anti-Muslim forces to topple the native government and destabilize The Arab League;
Believing that reinstating border controls will allow The Arab League 's rightful government to safeguard against inevitable future invasions;
Hereby Repeals Security Council Resolution #213, "Liberate the Arab League."
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The Security Council resolution Repeal "Liberate Eternal Scholars" was passed 16,239 votes to 1,117.
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