Obama Administration to Join anti-Israel U.N. Human Rights Council


The Obama administration has revoked a decision by the Bush administration to boycott the Geneva-based United Nations’ premier rights body to protest the influence of repressive and racist states, according to The Washington Post.

The U.N. Human Rights Council is wholly owned and operated by Islamic states that legitimize Hamas and Hezbollah terrorism, supported by an automatic majority from China, Cuba, and other repressive regimes. Canada, now the true America,  is the only country in the world that has been willing to stand up and resist Orwellian resolutions that are destroying the true principles of human rights.

The resolutions of the U.N. Human Rights Council failed to address human rights violations of Muslim countries, notably Iran’s persecution of Baha’is, Saudi Arabia’s banning of all religious practice aside from Islam, and the persecution of Christian communities in Egypt, Pakistan and Iraq. Instead of this, the U.N. Human Rights Council recommended to criminalize the defamation of Islam.

One Response to Obama Administration to Join anti-Israel U.N. Human Rights Council

  1. Donna Halper says:

    I know my right-wing friends are turning this into something terrible– “proof” that Obama is anti-Israel (which he is not). But I happen to think he is doing the right thing, and I am very much a supporter of Israel. For years, the Bush administration, which disliked the UN, refused to participate, leaving the haters to do whatever they wished. Truth is, it doesn’t do any good to NOT talk to our enemies. Better to engage with them and refute some of the lies and falsehoods they are trying to spread, while trying to persuade them to change their point of view. Obama is wise to have America’s voice heard when Israel’s foes are speaking slanderously, and being on the council will make it easier to block anti-Israel resolutions.

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