Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu calls the UN, an “anti-Israeli circus”


view videoIsrael’s Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu reacts to the UN, following their decision to create a ‘blacklist’ of businesses working in Judea & Samaria, by acknowledging the UN’s obsessive bias against the only Jewish State.

By Shoshana Miskin


Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu condemned Thursday the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) over their decision to compile a “blacklist” of Israeli and international companies that conduct business in Judea and Samaria, the Biblical heartland of Israel.

”The UNHRC has become an anti-Israeli circus with their attacks on the only democracy in the Middle East and their disregard for the gross violations in Iran, Syria and North Korea,” said Netanyahu.

The prime minister called on “responsible governments” not to respect the UN resolution that discriminates against Israel.

”What is absurd is that instead of dealing with Palestinian terror attacks and ISIS terror attacks in Europe, they decide to condemn Israel,” added the Prime Minister.


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One comment

  1. Mats says:

    And what the hell can the “real” people in the west, as in my case Sweden, do about that?
    We can just conclude that our leaders do not represent us. Dreamers from the left living in a fairy tale have kidnapped the office of Sweden. Remember that those dreamers supported Israel until they realised that Israel is stronger and smarter, 1967.
    In their world the weak is always right and gets their support until they are equally atrong, so that all can be grinded down. When there are five arabs left and two jews, they will change over to support Jews until they are all dead.
    I wish I could help you.
    Best regards from Sweden.

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