Security Council vote on Iranian sellout will include agenda item on Israel
To add insult to injury, the United Nations Security Council session approving the West's sellout to a nuclear Iran will include an agenda item about Israel
In addition to the council’s expected endorsement of the Iranian nuclear deal, the 15-member body will also reportedly discuss Israel’s treatment of Palestinians.
Malaysia, a non-permanent member of the
Security Council, proposed adding the discussion to the agenda,
according to a report in the Hebrew-language website NRG on Sunday.
The Foreign Ministry said the expected
discussion was “an ugly and cynical attempt to further cement the
Palestinian issue on the agenda of the international community.”
The ministry rejected the use of multilateral
organizations such as the UN to coerce it into any sort of action
vis-à-vis the Palestinians, and said that progress in peace talks can
only be achieved in direct bilateral negotiations.
According to diplomats, the resolution
endorsing the deal should pass the Security Council with little
difficulty, since the five veto-wielding permanent members of the
Security Council — Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States —
were among those countries that negotiated the accord.
If passed, the new resolution would replace
the existing framework of seven sets of Security Council sanctions
imposed since 2006 on Iran, enshrining a new set of restrictions.
The United Nations symbolizes World anti-Semitism, and the Obama administration has now made the United States much more a part of it than ever before. I hope all those Jewish Americans who voted for him are pleased. Their day will come too.
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