The U.N.’s Treatment of Israel Summed Up in One Stunning Graphic

dJune 25, 2015

The Blaze:

It probably won’t come as a shock to know that since its formation in 2006, the United Nations Human Rights Council has passed more resolutions condemning Israel than any other country.

But more eye-opening is that it’s condemned Israel more times than every other country combined.

The Geneva-based U.N. Watch counted all of the resolutions out and summed up the findings in one stunning table:

(Screenshot Credit, The Blaze)

(Screenshot Credit, The Blaze)

UNHRC resolutions condemning countries that were not Israel totaled 55 over nearly a decade. By contrast, Israel was targeted 61 times.

U.N. Watch executive director Hillel Neuer compared Israel’s treatment with that granted to its Middle East neighbors who don’t exactly hold the most exemplary human rights records:


U.N. Watch accused the world body of engaging in “endemic selectivity and politicization” for nine years. Not only did the number of resolutions overwhelmingly target Israel, countries with poor human rights records have been awarded seats on the council.

“Sadly, with members like China, Russia, Cuba, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Venezuela and Qatar, the UNHRC today may possibly rank as a more corrupt international organization than FIFA,” U.N. Watch said in a statement, referring to the scandal-ridden international soccer federation.

More at The Blaze

Disclaimer: This article was not written by Silent Soldier.

6 thoughts on “The U.N.’s Treatment of Israel Summed Up in One Stunning Graphic

  1. The U.N. is made of countries of tin pot dictators who violate human rights worse than all civilized countries combined. Time to quit funding the assholes and get them out of the U.S. for ever.

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