The United Nations has been particularly targeting Israel, at least in the last 10 years – a period that coincides with the rise in myopic liberalism and secularism (which ignores radical Islam) across the world.
According to UN Watch, from 2012 through 2015, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) adopted a total of 97 resolutions criticizing countries; 83 out of those against Israel alone.
From its creation in June 2006 through June 2016, the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) adopted 135 resolutions criticizing countries; 68 out of those 135 have been against Israel (or more than 50%).
The UN Watch is a UN accredited NGO that measures the performance of the UN by the UN’s own charter and is one of the foremost champions of human rights around the world.
When in September 2015 the UNHRC nominated Saudi Arabian ambassador to the UN to the organization’s chair, UN Watch’s executive director Hillel Neuer criticized the move in the following words:
“It is scandalous that the UN chose a country that has beheaded more people this year than ISIS to be head of a key human rights panel. Petro-dollars and politics have trumped human rights.”
On March 20 at the UNHRC, Arab countries tried to gang up on Israel. Palestine, Qatar, Sudan, Syria, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Pakistan joined in one voice to condemn Israel of everything from “discrimination” to “extremism” to “apartheid” to “ethnic cleansing”.
Neuer spoke on behalf of Israel. He reminded the UNHRC that those who accused Israel were in fact the “worst abusers of human rights, of women’s rights, of freedom of religion, of press”.
Then Neuer silenced the entire UNHRC by asking a question that the self-proclaimed defender of liberalism and secularism shirk from because it not only exposes the hard truth about Islamic countries but also reveals the lies of the criticizers of so-called Islamophobia.
Watch the video to the end.