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Why Doesn’t the UN Condemn Hamas Attacks on Israelis? – Jason Greenblatt (U.S. Mission to the UN via Daily Alert)

By   /  May 12, 2019  /  Mid. East news, Terrorism, U.N. & NGOs  /  No Comments

May 10, 2019 Why Doesn’t the UN Condemn Hamas Attacks on Israelis? – Jason Greenblatt (U.S. Mission to the UN) U.S. Special Representative for International Negotiations Jason Greenblatt told a UN Security Council meeting on May 9, 2019: “It is baffling and disappointing to see the obvious, continual anti-Israel bias here….It is truly shameful that in […]

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Refute Palestinian Lies to Promote Mideast Peace, by Max Singer (WSJ)

By   /  December 7, 2018  /  History, Israel, Lies & Deceptions, Mid. East news, U.N. & NGOs  /  No Comments

Dec. 6, 2018 There’s no ‘occupied’ territory, and the Jews have been in Israel for thousands of years. Click here for full article

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Palestinians Tortured; Media Silent by Bassam Tawil (Gatestone Inst.)

By   /  April 9, 2018  /  double standards, hypocricy, media bias, Mid. East news  /  No Comments

Mar. 23, 2018 The real story now is no longer about what the foreign correspondents are reporting related to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Rather, it is about what they are not reporting. In its report — which so far appears to have been of less than no interest to both the foreign media and international human rights groups […]

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THE UN, THE T-WORD AND ISRAEL, by Michael Freund (J. Post)

By   /  July 27, 2017  /  hypocricy, Israel, Mid. East news, Terrorism, U.N. & NGOs  /  No Comments

July 26, 2017 When is terror mentioned by the UN regarding Israel? Over the course of the past week, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres issued separate statements regarding four terrorist attacks that occurred in Asia and Africa, employing tough language to express his condemnation of the violence and bloodshed inflicted upon innocent people. The brief […]

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