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  • Latest Action: Nov 03, 2009 Motion to reconsider laid on the table Agreed to without objection.

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Foreign Affairs

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  • This bill's most-recent vote occurred on November 03, 2009, with a roll call of 344 ayes, 36 nays, and 30 not voting.

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  • 78% of users oppose H.Res.867

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    78% of users on OpenCongress.org, a free, non-partisan resource, oppose H.Res.867.
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    • On November 03, 2009, by melhoshy - Really sad day for the US congress to bash an acclaimed human rights judge in such clear biased towards Israel. Sad day for US citizens who care about US impartiality and morality in foreign policy.

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      As noted by melhoshy, a user on OpenCongress.org, on November 03, 2009, "Really sad day for the US congress to bash an acclaimed human rights judge in such clear biased towards Israel. Sad day for US citizens who care about US impartiality and morality in foreign policy."
    • On November 04, 2009, by wagingpeace - Well, apparently a crime by definition is only what someone else does. I suppose this makes it that much easier for Israel and the US to remain eternally blameless for any problems in the world.

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      As noted by wagingpeace, a user on OpenCongress.org, on November 04, 2009, "Well, apparently a crime by definition is only what someone else does. I suppose this makes it that much easier for Israel and the US to remain eternally blameless for any problems in the world."
    • On October 30, 2009, by Waronyou - Pandering to the Zionist masters! This bill is disgrace to everything American. We should not support terrorist like the Israel occupying government with billions of funds and worse no one shall mention their crimes against humanity. The dancing Israelies are the only ones who admitted to knowing about 9/11 and videotaped it in celebration.Israel dual citizens have been charged with the most counts of terrorism then any other group but there protected BLAME MUSLIMS. The Israel Lobby is pulling the strings of a broken government.

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      As noted by Waronyou, a user on OpenCongress.org, on October 30, 2009, "Pandering to the Zionist masters! This bill is disgrace to everything American. We should not support terrorist like the Israel occupying government with billions of funds and worse no one shall mention their crimes against humanity. The dancing Israelies are the only ones who admitted to knowing about 9/11 and videotaped it in celebration.Israel dual citizens have been charged with the most counts of terrorism then any other group but there protected BLAME MUSLIMS. The Israel Lobby is pulling the strings of a broken government. "

    Highly Rated Blog Articles

    • Analysis of Resolution H.RES.1734 by Siraj Davis « The Palestine ... - December 26, 2010 by The Palestine Activists Handbook - Good Samaritans: 36 U.S. House Representatives Opposed H.RES 867. This entry was posted on December 27, 2010 at 8:58 pm and is filed under Uncategorized . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed You can leave ...

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      As noted by The Palestine Activists Handbook on December 26, 2010, "Good Samaritans: 36 U.S. House Representatives Opposed H.RES 867. This entry was posted on December 27, 2010 at 8:58 pm and is filed under Uncategorized . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed You can leave ..." (http://tpah.wordpress.com/2010/12/27/analysis-of-resolution-h-res-1734-by-siraj-davis/)
    • The J Street Files: How did J Street's lobbying expenditure go ... - November 30, 2010 by The J Street Files - 202 Members of Congress signed the resolution, but J Street sought to water down the resolution to make it more "balanced," explaining, "We are not urging members of Congress to oppose H. Res. 867. We are urging thoughtful amendment of ...

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      As noted by The J Street Files on November 30, 2010, "202 Members of Congress signed the resolution, but J Street sought to water down the resolution to make it more "balanced," explaining, "We are not urging members of Congress to oppose H. Res. 867. We are urging thoughtful amendment of ..." (http://www.jikileaks.com/2010/12/how-did-j-streets-lobbying-expenditure.html)
    • Der Edelmann und das Pferd » Spiegelfechter - November 07, 2010 by Spiegelfechter - On 3 November 2009, the United States House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a resolution, H. Res. 867 (344 for, 36 against), calling the report irredeemably biased and unworthy of further consideration or legitimacy. ...

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      As noted by Spiegelfechter on November 07, 2010, "On 3 November 2009, the United States House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a resolution, H. Res. 867 (344 for, 36 against), calling the report irredeemably biased and unworthy of further consideration or legitimacy. ..." (http://www.spiegelfechter.com/wordpress/4478/der-edelmann-und-das-pferd)

    Highly Rated News Articles

    • House was right to condemn Goldstone report - November 03, 2009 by Republican Jewish Coalition - ... Yesterday, the House voted on and passed H.Res.867, calling on the President and the Secretary of State to oppose unequivocally any endorsement or further consideration of the "Report of the United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict"

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      As noted by Republican Jewish Coalition on November 03, 2009, "... Yesterday, the House voted on and passed H.Res.867, calling on the President and the Secretary of State to oppose unequivocally any endorsement or further consideration of the "Report of the United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict" " (http://www.rjchq.org/Blog/BlogDetail.aspx?ID=1c071964-988a-402f-b871-4fb446116c38)
    • National Coalition Criticizes Congressional Vote on Goldstone Report - November 03, 2009 by YubaNet - ...to support human rights, international law and equality-criticized today the House of Representatives for passing H.Res.867 by a vote of 344 to 36 with 22 abstentions. The resolution calls on the Obama Administration "to oppose unequivocally any endorse

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      As noted by YubaNet on November 03, 2009, "...to support human rights, international law and equality-criticized today the House of Representatives for passing H.Res.867 by a vote of 344 to 36 with 22 abstentions. The resolution calls on the Obama Administration "to oppose unequivocally any endorse" (http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Yubanet/~3/sZ7uUA0zG-A/National-Coalition-Criticizes-Congressional-Vote-on-Goldstone-Report.php)
    • House calls on Obama, Clinton to oppose UN report - November 02, 2009 by KansasCity.com - ...because it suppresses inquiry - inquiry, that is the hallmark of democratic societies."---The resolution is H.Res.867 The House on Tuesday condemned a U.N. report that accuses Israeli forces and Palestinian militants of war crimes in Gaza last...

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      As noted by KansasCity.com on November 02, 2009, "...because it suppresses inquiry - inquiry, that is the hallmark of democratic societies."---The resolution is H.Res.867 The House on Tuesday condemned a U.N. report that accuses Israeli forces and Palestinian militants of war crimes in Gaza last..." (http://www.kansascity.com/444/story/1547448.html)
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