Monday, April 29, 2019

Watch: IDF soldier slams UN Human Rights Council "We will defend ourselves whether you like it or not"

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Powerful! For the first time, an IDF officer speaks out in the United Nations Human Rights Council, brought by האמת שלי, to testify against the lies repeated far too often in the halls of the UN. Unde the UN Human Rights council’s controversial "Agenda Item 7" Every year Arab countries use the UN to attack Israel. As usual, the Council — whose members include China, Cuba, Egypt, Qatar, Pakistan, Venezuela, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and UAE — passed zero resolutions on human rights violations by China, Cuba, Egypt, Qatar, Pakistan,
Venezuela, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and UAE, nor on Turkey, Algeria, Vietnam, Zimbabwe, etc. Israel is a population of eight million in a world of seven billion. Yet since its foundation, the Human Rights Council has adopted 135 country-specific resolutions; 68 of which against Israel. Justice is blind and impartial. By continuing an unacceptable pattern of bias through Item 7, the Council discredits its necessary voice, hardening positions on both sides. For as long as the Human Rights Council continues down this disproportionate and biased path, it will make the achievement of a negotiated two-state solution harder not easier. Israel is the only country in the Middle East where women are truly free.