Backstabbing (Israel) 101

Writing for Fox , Ann Bayefsky details the Administration's backstabbing of Israel:

By supporting the Security Council statement in unprecedented haste with few facts, and by now refusing to indicate that the Israeli investigation satisfies the Council's demand, the Obama administration is encouraging the U.N.-driven assault.

On June 1, the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva launched a so-called "independent international fact finding mission" - with a mandate to report on what they had already decided was Israel's "outrageous attack." Though the administration eventually voted against the resolution, it has done nothing to remove its standing pledge of substantial financial support for the investigation and everything else the Council does.

At the same time, the U.N. Secretary-General jumped in with his own idea for an international commission of inquiry headed by a person of his choosing. Although Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rightly rejected the idea as a gross interference in Israeli sovereignty, evidently President Obama has refused to insist that Ban Ki-moon take it off the table.

Instead, despite Israel's investigation and its international participants, none of the U.N. players have backed off - and neither has the Obama administration. Backstabbing 101.

h/t: RL

Clarice Feldman


Writing for Fox , Ann Bayefsky details the Administration's backstabbing of Israel:

By supporting the Security Council statement in unprecedented haste with few facts, and by now refusing to indicate that the Israeli investigation satisfies the Council's demand, the Obama administration is encouraging the U.N.-driven assault.

On June 1, the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva launched a so-called "independent international fact finding mission" - with a mandate to report on what they had already decided was Israel's "outrageous attack." Though the administration eventually voted against the resolution, it has done nothing to remove its standing pledge of substantial financial support for the investigation and everything else the Council does.

At the same time, the U.N. Secretary-General jumped in with his own idea for an international commission of inquiry headed by a person of his choosing. Although Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rightly rejected the idea as a gross interference in Israeli sovereignty, evidently President Obama has refused to insist that Ban Ki-moon take it off the table.

Instead, despite Israel's investigation and its international participants, none of the U.N. players have backed off - and neither has the Obama administration. Backstabbing 101.

h/t: RL

Clarice Feldman


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