Ten Commandments Commission President Ron Wexler, Spain's Former PM Jose Aznar, Discuss NATO's Role in Global Stability
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 26 /Christian Newswire/ -- Ron Wexler, founder and president of the Ten Commandments Commission, has met in Washington DC with former Prime Minister of Spain Jose Aznar, discussing at length with the leader the role of NATO in fighting terrorism and helping maintain global stability.
Mr. Aznar, who has been a consistent ally of President Bush in the war on terror, was in Washington for meetings and to speak at the Hudson Institute, a Washington, DC public policy think tank.
“There is no doubt that God, in His infinite wisdom, arranged this meeting with Mr. Aznar so that the Ten Commandments Commission and its Action Alert arm can help to provide valuable insight and answers to the war on terror,” said Mr. Wexler following the meeting.
The two leaders agreed that a modified NATO could be instrumental in successfully combating Islamic terrorism if it uses all the resources at its disposal. “Mr. Aznar and I both agreed on the importance of bringing together other conservative leaders in Europe and globally to discuss strategies for defeating terrorism,” said Wexler. “We are looking forward to firming up these crucial contacts with international conservative leaders.”
The two have already agreed on full cooperation on several issues, including an agreement to formulate a U.S and European think tank regarding global threats. “This is where the Ten Commandments Commission will play a vital role” said Wexler. “We were founded as an ‘Action Alert Commission’ and a mouth piece to keep cultural, religious, and governmental decision makers apprised about these types of very important developments.”
Mr. Wexler said that he and Prime Minister Aznar agreed to meet again in the near future to discuss a proposal regarding the re-structuring of NATO based upon the principles of democracy, individual liberties, and the rule of law.
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