The council held its regular meeting on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, drawing almost no top diplomats as planned, as the United States and the United Arab Emirates redirected the focus to other pressing concerns in the Middle East and around the world.
The UN resolution on Holocaust denial and distortion was passed on the 80th anniversary of the Wannsee Conference.
The ambassadors of Israel and Germany denounced the ongoing denial of the Shoah.
The Emiratis join Albania, Brazil, Gabon and Ghana in installing their countries’ flags outside the council chamber, replacing Estonia, Niger, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Tunisia and Vietnam.
International political negotiations with UN countries on this resolution have been ongoing for several months, Israel’s mission to the UN said, and will go public this week.
The resolution is expected to pass in two weeks, only the second Israeli resolution adopted by the UN General Assembly.
The UN forces were not accompanied by Lebanese Army troops when they were attacked.
According to the U.S. State Department's Population, Refugees, and Migrations Bureau, the funds will "provide education, health care, and emergency relief to hundreds of thousands of Palestinian children and families during a time of need."
The IDF and UNIFIL cooperate in returning the Israeli civilian from the Negev region who "apparently entered Lebanon voluntarily."
In an April 2021 secret ballot, the UN’s Economic and Social Council elected Iran's gender apartheid regime to a 4-year term on its Commission on the Status of Women.
There has never before been such an open-ended investigation aimed at any member state in the United Nations.
Ten teachers at UNRWA-run schools, suspected of inciting violence and hate, have been suspended without pay pending results of a probe.
“The UN’s assault on Israel with a torrent of one-sided resolutions is surreal,” said Hillel Neuer, executive director of UN Watch.
“The simple truth is that . . . Iran is almost out of runway."
A spokesman for Prime Minister Naftali Bennett declined to comment on the ambassador's accusations.
The U.N. General Assembly passed three resolutions this week that targeted Israel, which brings the total to 14 resolutions being adopted in the next month that single out the Jewish state.
The UN event ignored the history of massacres and expulsions of 850,000 Jews from Arab countries as well as Iran.
The Press TV interview included a reference to the fact that Iran’s nuclear facilities and scientists had come under "repeated, and often deadly, terrorist attacks.
A recent report by the UN Watch exposed that more than 100 UNRWA employees posted content on social media that spreads hatred against Israel and Israelis, encourages anti-Semitism, and supports terrorism.
“The [Biden] administration abstained on an issue of hate and bigotry,” said Rabbi Yaakov Menken, managing director of the Coalition for Jewish Values. “This is not moral leadership.”
UNRWA chief ties move to criticism of P.A. curriculum taught in U.N. agency’s schools. The U.K. was the third largest UNRWA donor in 2020.
"They are encouraged to love and conserve birds, in their gardens or at work, now and forever."
At the Glasgow Climate Conference the PA PM falsely accused Israel of polluting the environment - watch the truth.
"It's time that we channel our national energy, which is the energy of the people, and the brainpower, to fighting climate change."
"The PFLP operates an organizational and military apparatus, including a network of purported civilian institutions."
UK Ambassador to Israel Neil Wigan offered an apology to Elharar following the incident.
“Since the establishment of the council 15 years ago, it has decided to blame and condemn Israel, not 10 times like Iran, or 35 times like Syria. No, the Human Rights Council has attacked Israel with 95 resolutions. Compared to 142 against all other countries combined.”
During Communication Minister Yoaz Hendel's meeting with U.S. Senator Ben Ray Luján (D-NM), chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Communications, Media, and Broadband, he discussed the need for cooperation between regulators to effectively regulate social networks.
Israel must approve individuals receiving aid to ensure that money goes to the poor and not to Hamas.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken noted its bias, saying the council “suffers from serious flaws, including disproportionate attention on Israel and the membership of several states with egregious records.”