Resolutions such as the one taken by the European Parliament are the kind that give the enemies of peace in the Middle East -- apparently including the European Parliament -- ammunition to keep fighting to achieve their goal of destroying Israel.

This biased journalism was crowned by commentary direct from Jeremy Bowen, whose report from Gaza at the end of the conflict looked more like pro-Hamas propaganda than objective reporting.

Blinken needs to go out and talk to ordinary Palestinians. There, he will get a good grasp of the profound anti-Israel sentiments and deep support for Iran's proxies and others who wish to wipe Israel off the map.

The message the Palestinian leadership is sending to its people is: A Palestinian convicted of financial corruption is nowhere near as worthy of public office as one who murders Jews and masterminds terrorist attacks.

The UN will not provide relief or answers to the families of the victims of the Lebanon explosion because it's too busy passing resolutions against Israel.

'Palestinians in Lebanon do not enjoy several important rights; for example, they cannot work in as many as 39 professions and cannot own property.' — UNRWA

Eating with an Israeli or watching a TV series that sheds a positive light on Jews constitutes 'normalization' and is considered a crime and an act of treason.