When former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee raised the specter of the Holocaust in his evaluation of President Obama’s Iran deal, he touched a raw nerve because Huckabee got it right: The Holocaust taught us that evil is not satiated after it consumes Jews. A deal that is catastrophic for Israel is also catastrophic for the United States.
When a U.S. President comes to the United Nations to convince Americans that he’s serious about protecting their security, we’re in trouble. When he comes to the UN–an organization that has no official definition of terrorism–to have us believe he’s
The UN Human Rights Council held a special session in Geneva on July 23, 2014 to declare effectively that Israelis do not have human rights. The session ended with a resolution that launched an “investigation” into what the Council decided
12:05 p.m. EDT: Netanyahu has taken the podium. Bibi says: “Jewish people’s odyssey teaches never give up hope, always remain vigilant” Too late for stopping Iranian nuke? #UNGA – Anne Bayefsky (@AnneBayefsky) October 1, 2013 Bibi tells #UN “our hope is
On Tuesday, President Obama will address the UN General Assembly for the fifth time. Year after year, he apologizes to the assembled–comprised primarily of non-democratic states–for any offense caused by his predecessors. He then promises to dilute America’s moral leadership
President Obama has turned to Congress to save him from staggering political isolation on the global stage. It is an isolation that is the inverse of the promise of a passionate and reciprocal multilateral embrace that carried him into office.
The UN has awarded official accreditation to an NGO headed by the antisemitic former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. As its founder and President, Mohamad calls his personal project the “Perdana Global Peace Foundation.” Apparently, the title’s reference to the word “peace”
The UN made me do it. That’s how Obama officials are explaining Secretary Kerry’s intense efforts to move Israel onto the front burner and shove over the bloody turmoil immediately affecting millions of Israel’s neighbors and the imminent catastrophe of
What do Samantha Power, Obama’s nominee for UN Ambassador, and Richard Falk, UN Human Rights Council “expert” and Boston terror apologist, have in common? They both champion the United Nations’ human rights credentials and denigrate those of the United States.
The UN Human Rights Council’s “human rights expert” Richard Falk has been enthusiastically welcomed in certain quarters after his obscene remarks on Boston’s “canaries” and justifiable “resistance” to “the American global domination project.” Monday evening in Beirut, Lebanon, Falk received
On July 7, 2011, U.S. UN Ambassador to Geneva, Eileen Donahoe, issued a statement condemning Richard Falk for an anti-Semitic cartoon posted on his personal blog. Falk is the UN “human rights expert” who thinks Boston had it coming. He’s also the
UN Human Rights Council “expert” Richard Falk has published a statement saying Bostonians got what they deserved in last week’s terror attack. He quotes W.H. Auden to make his point: “to whom evil is done/do evil in return.” Richard
Addressing the nation on Friday evening about the actions of the Boston terrorists, President Barack Obama posed the question “why.” After all, the suspects had been direct beneficiaries of American largesse, including a successful asylum application, a green card and
The UN is now hosting in the public entrance hall of its New York headquarters a Palestinian exhibit which includes pieces that artfully depict all of Israel as Palestine. The display goes hand-in-hand with the logo featured at the top
Notwithstanding alleged U.N. support for a two-state solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict, at New York Headquarters Tuesday, only the flag of the non-state of Palestine was flown alongside the U.N.’s own flag. The flag of the member state of Israel
[youtube 5jM_UPIwNZ0 nolink] The United Nations Charter promises that the organization’s central principle is the equality of all men and women and of all nations large and small. The United Nations Durban Declaration and Durban conferences treat Israel differently than