This vote against Israel undermines the seriousness of UNESCO assessments.
Two distinguished tour guides showed nine ambassadors to the UN the history of Jerusalem.
"But in order to achieve our state, the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem must be a single territorial unit."
“The time has come to put an end to this absurdity,” Danon said.
“Iran’s use of the Star of David as a target is hateful and unacceptable.”
The forum, in case you were planning to participate, has been sold out. If you are a terror-supporting NGO and didn't receive an invitation, you'll have to watch the whole thing on web TV – or look for ticket scalpers.
Diplomats who voted for the establishment of Israel will take part in the event along with their colleagues from around the world.
The UNESCO motions seeks obsessively to blacken Israel.
UNESCO and the PA now want to erase Israel's connection to Hebron and the Tomb of the Patriarchs.
UNESCO's theater of the absurd.
'The message is that the establishment of Iranian arms factories will be intolerable for Israel,' the diplomat said.
Danon: “It is unfortunate that UNIFIL has chosen to turn the other way as Hezbollah continues to operate in the region."
Danon called on the Security Council to demand that the government of Lebanon dismantle these observation posts immediately.
“The Security Council has provided a platform to anti-Semitic comments and a malicious blood libel,” the Ambassador said.
“I am appalled that once again some find it appropriate to justify such attacks as “heroic.”
If the Palestinian Authority is ignoring the Oslo Accords, why is Israel still moving forward with goodwill gestures to Ramallah?
"I call on the Security Council to condemn this terror attack immediately," Danon said.
In the best spirit of the old headline, "It all began when Israeli retaliated," the report reads as a piece of fine Dada poetry, except the authors are UN employees, and the poem is a composite of Anti-Israel news headlines, bereft of context or even the merest attempt at comprehension.
Is the world's largest food program unable to find $6 million in a $6 billion budget, or is this a ploy to use the Gaza and PA needy to squeeze just a little more out of the donor nations?
New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English sent a letter with an apology to his Israeli counterpart, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, after the two men spoke earlier this week.