Its Latest Charge against Israel Makes the United Nations’ Bias Crystal Clear

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After withstanding relentless rocket assaults from Hamas-sponsored terrorists in Gaza, Israeli soldiers faced the threat by increasing their offense and relying on an advanced missile defense system known as the Iron Dome.

In a revealing statement regarding Israel and its allies, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay recently spoke out against the nation’s efforts to protect its citizens. Despite the fact that Palestinian militants have faced numerous accusations that they have used human shields to increase civilian casualties, it was Israel that the South American official chose to criticize.

Pillay went as far as to contend the Jewish nation is in violation of the Geneva Convention.

“This is why again and again I say we cannot allow impunity. We cannot allow this lack of accountability to go on.”

Israel’s allies — specifically the U.S. — also drew her ire.

“They have not only provided the heavy weaponry which is now being used by Israel in Gaza, but they’ve also provided almost $1 billion in providing the ‘Iron Domes’ to protect the Israelis from rocket attacks.”

She concluded by expressing outrage that no such “protection has been provided to Gazans against the shelling.”

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3 thoughts on “Its Latest Charge against Israel Makes the United Nations’ Bias Crystal Clear

  1. I agree with her on two points: 1) her choice to focus on Israel, because Israel’s attacks are far more detrimental to human life and 2) Israel is being protected by the US and can therefore do anything with impunity, despite being far more deadly than Hamas.

  2. “They have not only provided the heavy weaponry which is now being used by Israel in Gaza, but they’ve also provided almost $1 billion in providing the ‘Iron Domes’ to protect the Israelis from rocket attacks.”

    How evil. How really, really evil. I mean, how can the US help the Israelis to protect themselves against rocket attacks.
    Sick.

    “High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay”.
    I guess it’s now a human right to be killed by rockets.
    What an utter travesty.

    “This is why again and again I say we cannot allow impunity. We cannot allow this lack of accountability to go on.”
    Qustion, my dear. To whom are you accountable?

  3. I think the comments from Navi Pillay, UN High Commissioner of Human Rights, clearly demonstrate that the UN has outlived its usefulness. It’s time to disband the UN. It may have been a noble gesture at one time, but no more.

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