UNITED NATIONS, June 25 ( – Nafis Sadik, head of the United Nations Population Fund,  has often been frustrated by effective cooperation among Christian and Muslim countries against the West’s population control agenda. The Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute reported today that Sadik, herself of Muslim background, attempted to thwart pro-life cooperation by calling Muslim UN representatives to a private meeting.  During the late-night meeting, which took place in March at the final Cairo+5 prepatory meeting, Sadik reportedly berated the Muslim leaders for working with the Vatican and other Christian NGOs. 

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