“This is a good sign ... India was the first country to support us among the Asia group, so we are very happy."
"This is further proof that we are changing the UN's hostile atmosphere."
"At a time when anti-Semitism rears its head, we can never allow the world to forget the horrors of history that came from hatred of Jews."
British theologian Richard Harvey described it as “the most egregious example of a Judensau,” due to the fact that it is displayed on the facade of the church in full public view.
“UNRWA has failed to rehabilitate the Gaza Strip. It has succeeded only in inciting violence against the State of Israel. "
Greenblatt urged the Security Council to “stop pretending that UNRWA and UN resolutions will somehow solve the conflict."
Jan Kubis, the UN’s Special Coordinator for Lebanon, said Monday that he met with Hezbollah Deputy Secretary-General Naim Qassem and even got a copy of his book.
Danon explains the eternal and historic connection between the Jewish people and the Land of Israel.
“Let’s stop pretending that settlements are what is keeping the sides from a negotiated peaceful solution,” said U.S. special envoy for Mideast peace negotiations Jason Greenblatt. “This farce and obsessive focus on one aspect of this complicated conflict helps no one.”
“Enough Palestinian and Israeli lives have been lost, people injured, houses damaged and destroyed!"
In Israel the UN ambassadors are scheduled for an extensive tour of the country to further their learning.
President Trump called Rabbi Goldstein and told him about the moment of silence in the UN. The rabbi said the president's call was "comforting."
"His hard work and unwavering commitment to regional stability were truly appreciated. He will be sorely missed.”
"I believe we can change the United Nations," he said, "by making sure Israel's side of the story is presented."
Arab leaders are expected to make a declaration against the American proclamation on the Golan Heights.
German UN Ambassador Christoph Heusgen suggested the Syrian letter was "deeply cynical."
"We will not accept a reality in which our children become targets of Hamas."
The United Kingdom, Denmark and Australia opposed every resolution
All the way from Oregon, Joe Truzman disproved major points in the recently released U.N. Human Rights Council report—namely, that many of the report’s “victims” shot by soldiers of the Israeli Defense Force were actually members of terrorist groups, including Hamas.
Following the testimony, hundreds gathered for the historic “Rally for Equal Rights” to protest UNHRC’s unprecedented assault on Israel, in which the council targeted the Jewish state in seven biased reports.
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“The State of Israel will not ignore the conversion of Syria and Lebanon into a military front against it and will act forcefully and aggressively against Tehran’s aggression.”
“The report ignores the only truth: that IDF soldiers acted morally to protect Israeli citizens while Hamas sent children to the fence and used them as human shields."
"The council is setting new records for hypocrisy and mendacity, out of an obsessive hatred of Israel, the only democracy in the Middle East."
The commission announced it would hand over information about individual IDF soldiers and officers allegedly responsible for human rights violations to the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Control operations have treated nearly 85,000 hectare since December, of which 30,000 hectare were treated in the past three weeks in Egypt, Eritrea, Saudi Arabia and Sudan.
The Palestinian Authority leadership leadership failed to condemn Ansbacher’s murder -- but they did criticize the Israeli forces for entering the nearby mosque during the search for the terrorist.
"The Security Council's silence will not help in this fight against terrorism, and will only allow the waves of hatred to grow unchecked."
“. . .material purchased using U.S. tax dollars to counter the anti-Semitic and anti-Israel bias injected by the PA is being rejected and not utilized on the ground."
“Instead of maintaining order and neutrality, TIPH observers used violence, created friction with the civilian population, and interfered with security forces."
Speaking to reporters following the Council session, Kuwait Representative to the UN Mansour Al-Otaibi said "the Council members mull the possibility of paying a visit to the West Bank city and other parts of the occupied Palestinian territories."