Uniting all the territory to the east and west of the Jordan River is not contrary to Palestinian aspirations, it is what they want as the first step on the road to a binational state to replace the State of Israel
“Gaza could be like Singapore, but Hamas has chosen to direct all their resources to building terror tunnels and rockets, instead of investing in hospitals and schools,” stated Hillel Neuer, executive director of the Geneva-based non-governmental organization U.N. Watch.
After three days of debate, a majority of the nations represented on the UN Security Council (UNSC) opposed the decision by Israel to withhold monies from the Palestinian Authority (PA) to offset funds used for the PA “pay-to-slay” program.
“The P.A. is refusing to accept over $150 million in revenue to protest the fact that $11 million is being withheld, only to make a political point,” said U.S. special envoy Jason Greenblatt. “Does that sound like a governing authority that is concerned with the welfare of its people?”
The nascent Sanhedrin issued a statement regarding International Holocaust Remembrance Day, calling on the nations of the world to replace the world’s worst advocate of anti-Semitism: the United Nations.
Mohammed Majdi Wahbeh, a three-year-old Palestinian boy from the Nahr al-Bared refugee camp in northern Lebanon, is the latest victim of apartheid and discriminatory laws targeting Palestinians in an Arab country.