After the PA got upset with the UNRWA for its intention to make changes to its curriculum to make it more sympathetic to Israel and more historically accurate and truthful, the UNRWA is retracting its plans.
Ruth Dudley Edwards of the Belfast Telegraph wrote that fans of popular European soccer team Celtic who waved Palestinian flags during a recent home match against an Israeli team are clueless about the history of the Middle East conflict. Thank her for standing up and speaking out for Israel!
The plans were announced as a response to the recent wave of Palestinian terror attacks. As usual, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon denounced Israel's decision thought he made no such statement against Palestinian incitement or terror.
During a visit to a UN-financed school in Gaza by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, officials were sure to cover a map showing the State of Israel replaced by the non-existent state of Palestine in order not to reveal what it really teaches Palestinian children and to avoid causing a diplomatic incident.
The United Nations’ bias against Israel shows the organization “has lost credibility, lost common sense, and more than anything lost its most important asset – its integrity,” former Israeli finance minister Yair Lapid said in a speech in which he also called on the world’s democracies to take a stand.
Speaking at the second annual Shurat HaDin-The Israel Law Center conference in Jerusalem, MK Yair Lapid, chairman of the Yesh Atid party, called to stop the flow of money into the United Nations, which abets Islamic fundamentalism and agents of terrorist organizations, like Hamas and Hezbollah.