Siding with anti-Semites and opposing open dialogue, Amnesty International cancelled a debate with the UK’s Jewish community over the UN’s biased human rights agency. Me must protest this unacceptable conduct!
The new UN campaign “highlights the degree to which many organs of the United Nations are actively involved in diplomatic, legal and financial warfare against the state of Israel,” said legal expert Professor Avi Bell.
“Once, this was their home court and they passed whatever they wanted. Today, the atmosphere is different,” Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon said of the Palestinians’ activity against Israel at the international body.
David Satterfield, who is slated to become the State Department’s New Mideast Director, has repeatedly suggested a moral equivalency between Palestinian terrorism and Israeli counterterrorism. Should someone with this perspective be dictating policy?
An Israeli student required the intervention of B’nai Brith Canada, a human rights organization, in order to attend a Canadian trade school that discriminated against him based on his country of origin. A trade school on Gabriola Island, B.C. has rescinded a discriminatory policy rejecting Israeli applicants following an intervention by B’nai Brith Canada and members… Read more »
After Israel announced it would build more homes for Jews in Shiloh in Samaria, the White House and State Department both condemned Israel for establishing a new “settlement,” but the accusation is false and only proves that the Obama administration is biased.
Israel’s Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon slammed Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s address to the UN after the UN chief chose to criticize Israel once again ‘instead of focusing on Palestinian terror and incitement, and instead of compelling [Palestinian Authority head] Mahmoud Abbas to return to the negotiating table.’
Once again, Reuters demonstrated its anti-Israel bias and hypocritical reporting in a news story about a Palestinian terrorist who was shot dead after attacking Israeli soldiers. One thing is clear: Don’t believe everything you read from Reuters.
During Israel’s war against Hamas in Gaza in 2014, the world media, relying on unsubstantiated evidence, reported that Israel bombed the Gaza power plant multiple times – a story that turns out not to have been true.
The United Nations’ bias against Israel shows the organization “has lost credibility, lost common sense, and more than anything lost its most important asset – its integrity,” former Israeli finance minister Yair Lapid said in a speech in which he also called on the world’s democracies to take a stand.