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United Nations assists haters of Israel to maintain lies about Jewish history

The mammoth disparity on Israel by the United Nations is documented and extremely biased.

The United Nations in Article #1 of its human rights declaration makes this statement:
• All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.

The United Nations is being dominated by Islamic fundamentalism which is clearly anti-Israel and anti-Semitic. Instead of a rational balance that should be the goal, the world body is descending into an ideology that is helping to perpetuate the rabid rhetoric of radical jihadist activists that habitually lie about Jewish history.

The educational culture in the Islamic dominated countries are filled with inaccurate propaganda concerning Jewish history in their school textbooks. Hatred of the Jewish culture is cultivated by grossly inaccurate information.

In an effort to correct and present at least a more historically accurate picture of Jewish history, Israel was going to put on an exhibit at the United Nations showing the 3,500 years of Jewish history in the Holy Land. This is when the entrenched radical jihadists at the United Nations decided to flex its muscle.

Distorted history is the favorite ammunition of these sinister working haters against Israel, and one just cannot have the truth to shed an illuminating light on their Islamic diatribe.

In a pitiful move to appease the prejudicial thinking of these haters that believe Israel does not have a right to exist, in a cowardly move the United Nations canceled the exhibit documenting the 3,500 years of Jewish history in the Holy Land.

You just can’t allow the truth to get in the way of the jihadists lies now could you? The United Nations has shown little backbone in the past as a block of Islamic members to the United Nations have helped to generate of blizzard of condemnations and bias resolutions aimed more at fulfilling ideological goals than displaying any brotherhood.

At best the relationship between Israel’s historical best ally in the United States has chilled considerably since the Obama Administration came into power. Obama’s world-wind tour at the beginning of his tenure to Islamic nations signaled things would change. His junket excluded Israel.

How bad is the reputation of the United Nations against Israel? In a meeting April of 2007, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon acknowledged that Israel has been treated poorly at the United Nations and this bias still remains in issue.

Secretary Ban repeated this issue again in a public meeting in Israel just in August of 2013 six years later. One would begin to believe there should be improvements to the pathetic track record of the United Nations this year or at least the start of a more healthy perspective.

The UN had a splendid opportunity to begin correcting this documented injustice by allowing the Israel exhibit of Jewish history.

The cancellation of Israel’s exhibit by the UN demonstrates that old ways die hard.

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