Tag Archive for UN hypocrisy

U.S. Amb. Haley: Iran, Hezbollah seeking to destabilize Middle East


WATCH U.S. envoy to the UN Nikki Haley tells Security Council, “The incredibly destructive nature of Iranian and Hezbollah activities throughout the Middle East demands much more of our attention. It should become this council’s priority in the region,” instead of engaging in what she called “routine Israel-bashing.”

By News Agencies & Israel Hayom Staff


U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley accused Iran and its ally Hezbollah on Thursday of conspiring to destabilize the Middle East — a charge “categorically” rejected by Iran’s U.N. envoy as a “misleading propaganda campaign” perpetrated by Israel and others in the region. Continue Reading »

Moment of Clarity: UNESCO Chief Says ‘Jerusalem Ancient Capital of Israel’


In a bizarre contradiction to last year’s infamous UNESCO resolution stripping Jewish rights to Jerusalem, Irina Bokova, the director-general of very same UN organization publicly acknowledged, “Jerusalem is the capital of King David, where Solomon built the Temple.”

By Israel Today Staff


UNESCO, the director-general of UNESCO, which last year passed a motion denying the Jewish connection to Jerusalem, shocked many last week when she publicly affirmed the Jews’ historic connection to the Holy City.

UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova – Photo: Wikimedia/UNESCO/Michel Ravassard/Ian Denison

“In the Torah, Jerusalem is the capital of King David, where Solomon built the Temple and placed the Ark of the Covenant,” Bokova reminded the European Parliament in a session on Thursday. Continue Reading »

WATCH: Israel’s envoy responds to UNESCO’s Jerusalem resolution by throwing it into the trash


view videoTo the committee’s chairman, Israel’s Ambassador to UNESCO said, “this is the garbage” as he pointed to the trash can. Then he held up a piece of paper and said, “this is the resolution, and this is the place for it” as he dropped it into the garbage-can.


In a piece of diplomatic theatrics, Israel’s Ambassador to UNESCO Carmel Shama-Hacohen on Wednesday threw a copy of the Jerusalem resolution into a trash bin right after it was approved by the World Heritage Committee in Paris.

In attacking WHC’s approval of a text that ignored Jewish ties to the Temple Mount, he equated the Jerusalem resolution with the famous 1975 United Nations resolution that Zionism equals racism, “The fate of this resolution shall be no different than that of UN resolution 3379 adopted in 1975, which equated Zionism with racism. Continue Reading »

UNESCO Passes Resolution: Temple Mount and Western Wall exclusively Muslim


Only 6, the US, UK, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Germany & Estonia, of the 58 members of UNESCO, voted against the anti-Jewish, anti-Christian resolution.



In a 24-6 vote, UNESCO on Thursday gave its preliminary approval to a resolution that ignores Jewish ties to its most holy religious sites: the Temple Mount and the Western Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem.

Temple Mount - Photo: IsraelandStuff/PP

Temple Mount – Photo: IsraelandStuff/PP

Another 26 nations abstained and two were absent all together.

Those countries who voted in support of Israel were: the United States, Great Britain, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Germany and Estonia.


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Canada to UN: Don’t name Canadian anti-Israel prof as Palestinian rapporteur


A row of Canadian gov’t officials that include the Foreign Affairs Minister & MPs Michael Levitt, Tony Clement and Peter Kent of the Conservative Party have called on the United Nations to disqualify local professor as UN adviser after accusations of his anti-Israel bias.

By Shoshana Miskin


Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Stephane Dion has joined the chorus of voices calling on the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to review its appointment of a Canadian law professor with an alleged history of anti-Israel bias to a key Middle East position.

Western University law professor Michael Lynk was named on Thursday the UNHRC’s special rapporteur on human rights in “Palestine”. Continue Reading »

Prosor: UN should wave white flag in surrender of principle, not Palestinian flag




The UN – with some EU countries in tow – would pass a resolution stating that the world is flat were such a resolution brought by the Palestinians, Israel’s UN ambassador Ron Prosor said Thursday night.

Prosor’s remarks came after the world body approved a resolution calling for the Palestinian flag to be hoisted along with the banners of the other nations that make up the world body. Continue Reading »

‘No Surprise’: UNRWA Teachers & Director Publish Anti-Semitic Posts on Facebook

UN’s largest agency, established exclusively to perpetuate the Palestinian refugee problem, claims it will investigate the rampant anti-Semitic & pro-terror uploads from its school teachers, that even Facebook allows.

By Cynthia Blank


Teachers working at United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) schools in Gaza, Judea and Samaria, Lebanon and Jordan have received no disciplinary action for supporting anti-Semitism and terrorism on social media, the Elder of Zion blog has revealed in an ongoing investigative report.

Screenshot of UNRWA teacher's FB post - Credit- Elder of Zion

Screenshot of UNRWA teacher’s FB post – Credit- Elder of Zion blog

According to the blog’s findings, the teachers often published Facebook posts against the Jewish state and in support of terrorist activity. Continue Reading »

UNHRC to target Israel yet again seeking violations in Gaza and/or West Bank

New special rapporteur on Palestinian affairs will charge Israel with “deliberately” targeting civilian homes in Gaza during its conflict with Hamas last summer.



The United Nations Human Rights Council is set to hear in Geneva on Monday an initial oral report on the controversial Gaza probe as well as multiple other reports on alleged Israeli violations of human rights.


A session of the Human Rights Council at the United Nations in Geneva underway. – Photo: REUTERS

The day will open with a short initial oral report from the Commission of Inquiry into Gaza, which is made up of a two-member investigatory team, headed by former New York Supreme Court judge Mary McGowan Davis. Continue Reading »

Strong UN Bias as Israel Only Nation Condemned for Women’s Right Violations

WATCH: Israeli envoy Ron Prosor slams UN Commission on the Status of Women for ignoring serious global problems concerning women’s rights to attack Israel over Palestinians.

By Itamar Eichner


Out of nine official documents produced from the UN’s annual Commission on the Status of Women report, only one of the UN’s 193 members were mentioned in regards to ongoing infringement of women’s rights – Israel – in what Jerusalem says in another case of UN bias.

Israeli delegation to UN – Photo: AFP

The document, titled the “Situation of and assistance to Palestinian women”, slams Israel for the ongoing occupation of the West Bank, a situation which it says has led to “(h)igh levels of unemployment and poverty” among Palestinians, especially women. Continue Reading »

Kerry Tells UN Human Rights Council They’re Obsessed With “Unbalanced Focus” on Israel

“We will oppose any group within the UN system (attempting) to regularly and arbitrarily de-legitimize Israel,” the top US diplomat warns the council in Geneva.

By i24news


US Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday slammed the  for what he called its “unbalanced focus” on Israel and said he would defend the latter against allegations of abuses.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prays at the Western Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem, on February 28, 2015 – Photo: Marc Sellem/Pool/AFP

Speaking to the Council in Geneva, Kerry also enjoined the group to probe human rights abuses in eastern portions of Ukraine by pro-Russian rebels as well as in North Korea. Continue Reading »

WATCH: Disenchanted Israeli Ambassador to UN Presents ‘Oscars’ to Israel’s Antagonists

Israeli ambassador to the UN mocks the “theater of the absurd” for celebrating their cynical  commitment to peace & security around the world by handing then out phony ‘Oscars’.

By Israel Today Staff


The UN Security Council this week held a special session on its commitment to peace and security in the world in honor of the world body’s 70th anniversary. Taking place a day after the Academy Awards in Los Angeles, Israeli Ambassador Ron Prosor mocked the gathering by handing out phony “Oscar” awards to Middle East abusers of human rights whom the UN has categorically failed to curtail.

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Israel accuses UN of going silent on terrorism but intolerant on building homes in Jerusalem

UN’s special rapporteur, Makarim Wibisono, hasn’t issued any statement condemning any of the terrorist attacks, even after 4 rabbis & a policeman were killed in a synagogue, but quick defending the Palestinians.



Israel on Thursday accused United Nations special investigators of ignoring the deaths of innocent Israelis and singling out the Jewish state by attacking its policy of demolishing terrorist homes.

synagogue attack

A bullet hole in a door of the Jerusalem synagogue where two Palestinian terrorists killed four rabbis and a police officer, November 19, 2014. – Photo: REUTERS

In the last two months the UN’s special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories, Makarim Wibisono, has not issued any statement condemning terror attacks that killed Israelis in recent months, including the one in the Har Nof neighborhood in which four rabbis and a policeman were killed.

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ALAN DERSHOWITZ: US + Arab States’ attack on terrorists in Syria parallels Israel’s on Hamas in Gaza


When the IDF attacked Hamas military targets, including targets that had multiple uses, it was publicly condemned by the same Arab states that are participating in the U.S.-Arab attacks on duel purpose targets in Syria.

The air attack by American and Arab forces against ISIS and other terrorist targets parallels Israel’s air attacks against Hamas terrorist targets in Gaza.  According to retired General Wesley Clark, the United States air attacks are designed to degrade and destroy the infrastructure of the terrorist groups, including the electric grid, the sources of their finance and other mixed military-civilian targets.

Rubble from US air strike in Syria's Idlib province - Photo REUTERS

Rubble from US air strike in Syria’s Idlib province – Photo: REUTERS

When Israel attacked Hamas military targets, including some that had mixed uses, it was condemned by the same Arab nations that participated in the joint United States-Arab attack in Syria.  Continue Reading »

UN hails ‘The Year Of Palestine’ by condemning Israel in 6 resolutions


In marking the 1 year anniversary of the Palestinian Mission attaining UN’s status as “non-member observer state”, of the 6 resolutions against Israel, one says Israel should cease imposing its jurisdiction on Jerusalem & another declared 2014 the “Int’l Year of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.”



UN General Assembly votes on admitting Palestine Photo: REUTERS

NEW YORK – The UN General Assembly passed six more resolutions concerning Israel on Monday, including one that called for Israel to return the Golan Heights to Syria.

The ongoing onslaught of United Nation’s Bias & Hypocrisy against Israel

Of the six resolutions one said Israel should cease imposing its jurisdiction on Jerusalem and another one, labeled 68/L.12, declared 2014 the “International Year of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.” Continue Reading »