Nikki Haley totally exploded during her hearing and she has a good point. The nominee for UN Ambassador confronted the foreign policy of our government because it is completely wrong and dangerous. In the past few weeks everybody was completely shocked from Obama when he supported his buddies in the UN against Israel. The country of Israel was our loyal ally since this country was created in the middle of the 20th century. Until now, we’ve always build strong and stabile relations with this country until Obama did his dirty job and Netanyahu completely froze his bonds with Obama and the USA. Look what Nikki Haley has to say about this:
— Im Tirtzu (@IMTIzionism) January 19, 2017
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley blasted the United Nations for its longstanding bias against Israel during her confirmation hearing to be the United States’ next ambassador to the body.
“Nowhere has the U.N.’s failure been more consistent and more outrageous than in its bias against our close ally Israel,” Haley said Wednesday during her opening statement to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
The governor noted, “In the General Assembly session just completed, the U.N. adopted 20 resolutions against Israel and only six targeting the rest of the world’s countries combined.”She added that in the past 10 years the U.N.’s Human Rights Council passed 62 actions against the Jewish state, while nations like Syria, Iran and North Korea have received far fewer.With this as context, Haley went on to condemn U.N. Security Council Resolution 2334, which passed last month. At the direction of President Obama, the United States did not stand with Israel by vetoing the measure (as it has in the past with similar ones), but rather abstained.
The resolution refers to the West Bank and East Jerusalem, which Israel acquired during the Six-Day War (1967), as “occupied Palestinian territory” even though the lands belonged to Jordan before the war and no nation of Palestine ever existed there. Jordan attacked Israel from both these areas at the outset of the conflict.
The resolution calls on Israel to immediately halt all construction in both the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
Haley addressed the U.N. measure during questioning before the committee, stating, “I think what happened with 2334 was a kick in the gut to everyone. So we can think what we want to think on settlements, but you have to go back to the fact that the U.S. abstention, when that has not happened since 2011 at all, against Israel was wrong.”
“I think the fact that we have not allowed the Palestinian Authority and Israel to resolve this themselves is wrong. I think for the U.N. to have inserted themselves into that is wrong,” she added.
At his final press conference Wednesday, Obama stated he wanted to send a “wake-up call” to both the Israelis and the Palestinians by having the U.S. abstain from the vote; however, the inherent incongruity in the president’s claim is that 2334 was directed entirely against Israel.
Haley stated Wednesday that in her assessment, 2334 will make peace between the two sides “harder to achieve.”
“I would never abstain,” she said. “That was the moment we should have told the world that we stand with our ally Israel.”
To be honest there are many thesis about what happened in Israel before a century and a half. On the other hand, the Israeli people colonized Palestina because they were driven out of Europe, but they did not start the war. This is a dangerous and controversial topic in which high government officials should not take part is such discussions. Israel is a strong country and we have to keep our good relations with the Israeli government, instead of supporting the islamic terrorists.
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