A Tuesday meeting at the UN resulted in a demand for a cease-fire with 153 countries voting in favor.

The United States proposed amending the ceasefire call with a statement that the UN “unequivocally rejects and condemns the heinous terrorist attacks by Hamas,” the UN however rejected the amendment.

In response to the intentional blindness of the UN to Hamas and its terror activities, the Israeli ambassador to the UN Gilad Erdan held up a placard of who to call for a cease-fire.