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While the permanent members retained veto power with respect to non-procedural matters, the Security Council would not require a unanimous vote to act, and would have the power to take decisions that would be binding on Member States. The Nation of Israel appeared on this land centuries later when they were brought out of the land of Egypt. It may have left standing a host of inequalities that have troubled us ever since. Another is to compare Christian theology and the U.

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