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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

UN Adopts Nine Anti-Israel Resolutions--USA Keeps Quiet

The United Nations Human Rights Council this month adopted nine resolutions against Israel. The United States remained silent. A report by Lebanon expressed its objections "to the establishment of the Zionist entity on Palestinian territory”

Israel's representative started to respond, “My delegation would like to state on record our strong objection to the inappropriate and abusive language used to reference the State of Israel. Unfortunately, the existence of a dominant terrorist organization, Hizbullah, as well as political tensions and struggles between different vital groups…" he was rudely interrupted by the Council president (the delegate from Thailand) who broke in to recognize the delegation of Lebanon who declared: “If there were no Israeli occupation there would have been no resistance and resistance of peoples against foreign occupation is a legitimate right. Thank you” at which point the hall which broke into applause. The Council president followed up with: “I appreciate the concern expressed by the Lebanese delegation”
According to Arutz 7, other UNHRC members responded with verbal assaults against the Israeli diplomat--Again the Obama rep remained silent.

Some of the comments quoted by Arutz 7 were:
Syria--There is no other terrorism on the surface of the planet like the terrorism committed by Israel--This entity was established on the basis of terrorism
Syria again--Israel…threatens to use nuclear weapons
Syria yet again--Lebanese resistance is not terrorism
Lebanon--Hizbullah was only a resistance movement that had the honor to resist the occupation

And there you have it. You have to ask yourself--Why are we pumping billions of dollars into the UN and more important, how can anyone believe the Obama administration is a fair broker when it comes to finding a resolution to the tensions in the middle-east?

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