The United Nations must take its talking points from MSNBC — or maybe it’s the other way around.
UNWatch.com, as the name implies, dedicates itself to “Monitoring the United Nations, promoting human rights.”
This last week it uncovered at least 20 letters written by Israeli officials and sent to the United Nations. Each letter asked for U.N. intervention in response to repeated rocket attacks and bombings directed at Israel from the Gaza strip by Hamas.
As expected, the pleas were met with yawns of indifference. It was only when Israel took action to defend itself that the U.N. finally took an interest and rushed in to intervene.
A cease fire was eventually reached.
On Nov. 22, one day after Hamas and Israel brokered a ceasefire, Hamas broadcast the following music video: ”Destroy the throne of Zion, the house of absolute evil Raise the banner of victory Be like the fire of a volcano Repeat in the name of your Jihad: Death to Israel! With blood and fire, resist until freedom Defeat the soldiers of aggression the enemies of humanity.”
The United Nations has taken no notice.
Read more at UNWatch.org.
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