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Furious Israeli Officials Vow to Teach UN Chief ‘A Lesson’

via Wall Street Journal
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Israel’s United Nations (U.N.) representative Gilad Erdan believes it’s time for Israel to teach the U.N. a lesson, as the international organization has revealed its biases against Israel throughout their conflict with Gaza.

“We will refuse to grant visas to U.N. representatives. We have already refused to give one to Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Martin Griffiths,” Erdan pressed. “It’s time to teach them a lesson.”

U.N. chief António Guterres stated that he “condemned unequivocally the horrifying and unprecedented 7 October acts of terror by Hamas in Israel.”

“Nothing can justify the deliberate killing, injuring and kidnapping of civilians — or the launching of rockets against civilian targets,” he added.

Guterres went on to say, however, that “the attacks by Hamas did not happen in a vacuum.”

“The Palestinian people have been subjected to 56 years of suffocating occupation. They have seen their land steadily devoured by settlements and plagued by violence; their economy stifled; their people displaced and their homes demolished. Their hopes for a political solution to their plight have been vanishing,” he stated.

“The slaughter of Jew[s] by Hamas on October 7th was genocidal in its intents and immeasurably brutal in its form,” Israeli businessman Dani Dayan pressed.

”Those who seek to ‘understand,’ look for a justifying context, do not condemn the perpetrators, and do not call for the unconditional and immediate release of the abducted — fail the test. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres failed the test.”

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