Source: Jordan Cope

While largely established to forge “friendly relations among nations,” the U.N. has been anything but friendly toward the Jewish state: Israel.

In fact, the U.N. General Assembly (UNGA) has long afforded a platform and impunity for those promoting Israel’s destruction and the ethnic cleansing of Jews from their homeland.  In 1974, the UNGA hosted the then-chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Yasser Arafat, who infamously referenced his “freedom fighter’s gun” during his speech.  At that time the PLO was an “internationally recognized terrorist organization” with its charter stating that “[a]rmed struggle is the only way to liberate Palestine.”

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Some four decades later, terrorists still receive impunity in the UNGA.  In 2018, the UNGA rejected a resolution that sought to condemn the terrorist group Hamas.  While the assembly condemned antisemitic terrorism for the first time in 2021, it has targeted Israel in 112 resolutions since 2015.  This represents a staggering 70 percent of all UNGA condemnations since then.

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