French Foreign Minister Fabius said, “Our American friends ... are maybe more open [to a Security Council resolution on Palestinian statehood] than before.”
"At this time of heightened tension, I caution against action that would only perpetuate the cycle of hatred and violence."
Forty years ago, a dark chapter was written in the UN’s history, and despite the retraction of the resolution, the hypocrisy and delegitimization against Israel still echo in the halls of the UN.
Through the recently completed UNICEF-supported rehabilitation works, approximately 589,250 Syrians and Jordanians are now benefiting from improved access to piped water systems.
Gag order released: A Gaza merchant was indicted for smuggling hundreds of tons of materials under the noses of UN inspectors.
Israeli sources revealed the acceptance came after “intensive diplomatic efforts” at many different levels.
Abbas told U.N. Human Rights Commission, "For how long will this protracted Israeli occupation of our land last? After 67 years. how long?"
Chris Gunness, spokesman for UNRWA, addressed a "charity" organization that the U.S. has declared a terror group that funnels money to Hamas.
Expat Arabs in Chile are trying to convince the Santiago government to declare Israel's ambassador to be "persona non grata."
“It's a black day for human rights,” said Hillel Neuer, executive director of the Geneva-based UN Watch.
New Israeli UN Ambassador Danny Danon politely tells the UN that what they need is an attitude adjustment.
Israel’s SpaceIL enters Google Lunar XPrize Competition and attempts to land the first Israeli spacecraft on the moon, a senior MFA official tells UN.
US Secy of State John Kerry agrees with PM Netanyahu at their meeting in Berlin it is "critical to stop the incitement, to stop the violence."
"Blaming Israel for the surge in violent attacks, must be condemned."
Rewriting history, UNESCO decided that the unquestionably Jewish sites are Muslim.
UN Secy-Gen Ban Ki-moon calls emergency session to brief the Security Council on "violence between Israelis and Palestinians."
The PA met with resistance from all sides.
Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely called the UNESCO-sponsored resolution another “shameful and deceitful attempt” to rewrite history, adding that “the Temple Mount and the Western Wall in Jerusalem are the cornerstones of Jewish history. They are historical facts no one can dispute.”
Adoption Day of Nuclear Iran Deal: "all economic and financial bans against Iran" will be removed.
Israel has rejected out of hand a draft proposal by France to internationalize the Temple Mount.
Anti-Israel demonstrations are growing louder in Europe, and now France wants to internationalize the Temple Mount.
"This reprehensible act is yet another example of the escalating violence in the region [but] all sides [must] respect the sanctity of all holy sites."
Iranian parliament approved document very different from the JCPOA - it calls for ending sanctions and ending Israel's nuke program.
Iran's parliament has voted to approve the nuclear IranDeal.
The Palestinian Authority is ruled by anarchy, Israel has no choice but to kill or be killed, so the U.N. will gallop in next week on its horse called the "peace process."