A mass execution by Islamic State jihadis (Photo: video screenshot)
Lawyers from the State Department are removing the word “genocide” in speeches and documents describing the persecution of Chrisitians, Yazidis and other minorities in Iraq and Syria, charged The Washington Free Beacon in an exclusive report.
The news outlet sites human rights activist and attorneys familiar with the State Deparment’s policies as the sources for their report.
Nina Shea, an international human rights lawyer and director of the Hudson Institute’s Center for Religious Freedom, named Richard Visek, an Obama appointee, as responsible for the policy. Visek is head of the State Department’s Office of Legal Adviser.
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