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Muslim civil rights group ‘appalled’ by John Bolton’s interim replacement

Jerusalem Post Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
Muslim civil rights group ‘appalled’ by John Bolton’s interim replacement“While we welcome the resignation of John Bolton, who has a long track record of promoting anti-Muslim policies and associating with hate groups, we cannot simply replace one Islamophobe with another
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