Tuesday, September 24, 2013

UN "Human Rights" Racket's Top-of-Mind Issue: Arabs Deprived of Rights--By "Arrogant" Joooos

More evidence (as if it's needed, which, clearly, it is not) that the UN's "human rights" racket is mired in Zionhass:
The United Nations Human Rights Council met Monday in Geneva to discuss the human rights situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, including East al-Quds (Jerusalem). 
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon gave a report to the Council that addressed issues of settler violence, forced evictions and excessive use of violence by Israeli Occupation Forces. Other speakers addressed the “illegal conduct” of Israel in Gaza and the West Bank, and most called for Israeli settlement building to cease, according to the Jerusalem Post. 
Israel’s representative was reportedly absent during the meeting, prompting Palestinian representatives to accuse Israel of “arrogance.”...
Gassings in Syria? Copts slaughtered in Egypt? No biggie for the odious body that makes a mockery of the once estimable concept of human rights. But Israeli "arrogance"? Now, that's beyond the pale.

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