Israel’s Deputy Foreign Minister notes the Islamic bloc’s control of the UN, and the difficulties Israel accordingly faces from the stealth jihad against it there. Video thanks to Perry:
On the eve of the 62nd anniversary of United Nations General Assembly Resolution 181 (the Partition Plan for Palestine to create a Jewish and an Arab state), Danny Ayalon, Deputy Foreign Minister of Israel said “If there was a vote to admit Israel to the United Nations today, there is no doubt in my mind that we would not get in.”
Ayalon also said that in 1949, when Israel was admitted, two-thirds of the nations represented at the United Nations were democratic, whereas today the opposite is true. “Many of these nations are dictatorial and human-rights abusers who form an automatic majority against us which is formed by political expediency and group-think,” Ayalon said. “If the Arabs or Palestinians wanted to pass a resolution claiming that the earth is flat, this would be assured of a majority.”
The Deputy Foreign Minister also talked about how Israel has to make creative strategies to counter this situation. He made the comments at a forum sponsored by Hadar: Israel Council for Civic Action, at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center in Jerusalem.