Comment: Insurance won't pay under certain circumstances

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Insurance won't pay under certain circumstances

All the insurance I've seen generally has clauses against "act of God" and "act of war". This could laughingly be called the former (if there's a God that created everything and set it in motion then any resulting effects are due to Its behavior, and thus everything that happens is an "act of God"), and justifiably the latter: this action sent the US into a decades-long war, and thus was the "first act" to start it, e.g., an act of war.

It stands to reason then, that if claims for acts of war are null and void, why is this loss even being considered in a courtroom?

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