Jewish groups prepare to protest UN’s anti-Jewish bias in Geneva


The UN Human Rights Council is set to launch an unprecedented attack against Israel on Monday. At a time when horrific human rights abuses and ethnic cleansing are occurring in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, the pro-Jihad and neo-Nazi United Nations will devote an entire day to attack and condemn the world’s only Jewish state, and the only democracy in the Middle East.

This session of anti-Semitism and demonization of Israel will include the releasing of a blacklist of companies that do business in Judea and Samaria. When Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu referred to the UN Human Rights Council as the UN Terrorists Rights Council, he was not exaggerating.

“Jewish groups prepare to protest UN’s anti-Israel bias in Geneva,” Israel Hayom, March 16, 2019. 

Several Jewish and pro-Israel organizations will rally in Geneva on March 18 to protest the demonization of Israel by the United Nations, and in particular the U.N. Human Rights Council, which is based in the Swiss city.

The protest, to be held at the Place des Nations across from the UNHRC building, is being organized by U.N. Watch, a nongovernmental organization whose stated mandate is “to monitor the performance of the United Nations by the yardstick of its own charter.”

On that day, the 47-nation UNHRC is planning to launch an unprecedented assault against Israel when the Jewish state will be singled out for an entire day, a pariah treatment meted out to no other nation, as the council will present seven separate reports alleging Israeli war crimes. The UNHRC will release a report by its Commission of Inquiry into Israel’s “large-scale assault” on “civilian” Palestinian protesters on the Israel’s border with the Gaza Strip.

It will also release a report on a blacklist of companies that do business over the Green Line. U.N. Watch has called the compilation of the database “an act of economic warfare against Israel and its allies, which does nothing to further human rights.”

“The U.N. should not devote further resources to this charade,” the organization said.

According to U.N. Watch, the March 18 protest will point to five resolutions condemning Israel, while Iran, North Korea and Syria have been targeted with one resolution each. There will be no resolutions on Turkey, Zimbabwe, China, Pakistan and other oppressive regimes, the organization noted.

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