Nikki Haley slams ‘hopeless UN-biased’ parting shot to anti-Israel sentiment

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Outgoing U. N. Ambassador Nikki Haley proposed to the U. N. as a “hopelessly biased” against Israel on Tuesday in what is likely to be her last appearance in the security Council — and teased the trump administration’s peace in the Middle East.

Haley spoke at the security Council session on the Middle East, where the Israel-Palestine conflict is the main topic of discussion was often — the discussion is often critical of Israel.

Haley, who leaves office in January, has a point with your remarks on other issues, particularly Iranian aggression in the region. But in her last address to the monthly meeting, broke with this tradition and stabbed in the body, not to mention the anti-Israel bias, and, in particular, the General Assembly will vote this month to adopt where the body has failed, a U.S. resolution condemning Hamas.

“The U. N. has shown itself to be hopelessly biased, as we saw again just two weeks ago at the General Assembly, could not Hamas itself condemn terrorism against Israel,” she said.

Haley has been combating anti-Israel bias at the U. N. one of your priorities in your time at Turtle Bay. The United States withdrew from the U. N. Human Rights Council — what Haley called a “cesspool of political bias,” and cutting funding to the U. N. Agency for Palestinian refugees. In the last month, the United States has voted against an annual resolution condemning the “occupation” by Israel of the Golan heights — a change from the US decision to abstain in the year 2017. Haley said last month that, while they do not condemn the Hamas, has passed the U. N., more than 700 resolutions critical to Israel.


On Tuesday, they accused the U. N. of having an “obsession with Israel.”

“The U. N. obsession, it was completely unproductive. It’s actually worse than that. The U. N.’s obsession with this topic is counterproductive. It has a loud and wrong message to the Palestinians that they might be able to your goals by the U. N., rather than through direct negotiations. And it has a loud and precise message to the Israelis, you can never n trust U.” she said.

Haley is also the Trump administration teased plan for peace in the Middle East, a plan expected to be presented in the spring of 2019. She said she had read it, and, instead of “non-specific and unimaginative policies,” it is more and more thoughtful.

“It brings new elements into the discussion, taking advantage of the new world of technology we live in today. It recognizes that the realities on the ground in the Middle East have changed in powerful and significant ways,” she said.



“This plan will be different than all the previous — is the crucial question, whether the answer will be different.”

There were signs of a possible opposition to the plan from the eight former, current, and incoming E. U.-countries of the security Council, which warned the meeting against a plan that does not respect the current “internationally agreed parameters based on international law, relevant U. N. resolutions and previous agreements.”

“Any peace plan that fails to recognize the internationally agreed parameters would be sentenced the risk to fail,” said the statement.

In her speech, Haley the United States were to adopt a clear position, and said it would decide up to other countries, whether the focus is on the parts of the plan, you don’t like, or move forward with negotiations.

She said the United States would continue to have a hand in friendship and offer to the Palestinians-who told you that U.S. financial support has done “far more than any other country” — but also to Express America’s “strong bond” with Israel.

“…Whatever it is that others decide the world must know that America will remain steadfast in our support for Israel, its people and its security,” she said. “This is a immovable connection between our two peoples.”

President Trump will be the State Department spokeswoman and former Fox News host nominated-Heather Haley succeed Nauert in the year 2019.

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