U.S. Votes Against U.N. Resolution Condemning Death Penalty For Blasphemy

The United States voted against a United Nations resolution that condemned the use of the death penalty against those accused of blasphemy, adultery, and same-sex intimacy according to the New Civil Rights Movement. (photo credit: Youtube)

The United States voted against a United Nations resolution that condemned the use of the death penalty against those accused of blasphemy, adultery, and same-sex intimacy according to the New Civil Rights Movement.

The United States has voted against a United Nations resolution that condemns the use of the death penalty as punishment for a variety of acts, including religious blasphemy, adultery, and same-sex relations. The resolution passed 27-13, with seven nations abstaining. America joined just 12 other countries – among them Burundi, China, Egypt, India, Iraq, Japan, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia – in voting against the United Nations Human Rights Council's resolution.

The resolution did not condemn the use of capital punishment.

The resolution condemned the use of the death penalty against those accused of blasphemy, adultery, and same-sex intimacy in countries where the death penalty is legal.

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When did this vote take place? Only one other website has it, and no mainstream media are reporting it. If true, this is outrageous, so where did themaven find it?