Tuesday, July 25, 2017


The United Nations Security council discusses issues in the Middle East, including what they call 'the Palestinian question.'


The United Nations Security Council met on Tuesday morning to discuss Middle East topics, including what they called "The Palestinian Question."

Israel's ambassador to the UN, Danny Danon, commented the money and prizes the Palestinian Authority gives to the families of slain or imprisoned terrorists. In particular, he mentioned the financial rewards given to the family of Hanadi Jaradat, who disguised herself as a pregnant woman and committed the 2003 suicide bombing of the Maxim restaurant in Haifa, killing 21 Israelis and wounding 51 more.

Regarding the recognition Jaradat received from her community, Danon claimed that Israel gives awards for the arts and sciences, "Professional Palestinian women win awards for murder," and that while Israeli women become CEOs, Palestinian women become "Chief executive killers."

The United States envoy to the UN, Nikki Haley, then stood and spoke against the council's "obsession" with Israel and called on the UN to shift its focus to terror threats such as Iran and Hezbollah.

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