Ann Bayefsky’s Eye on the UN har produceret denne video, som blev uploadet på YouTube den 29. august 2011:
Israel & UN Double-Standards: Durban III @ New York City
The United Nations Charter promises that the organization’s central principle is the equality of all men and women and of all nations large and small. The United Nations Durban Declaration and Durban conferences treat Israel differently than all other nations. The United Nations has violated that trust.
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Durban III: An Anti-Israel Forum Takes Shape
Sep 8, 2011 • By Anne Bayefsky
At the U.N. in New York, diplomats have been putting the finishing touches on a new “anti-racism” declaration set to be adopted by over a hundred world leaders at the annual opening of the General Assembly. The declaration will be the culmination of the one-day summit on September 22, known as “Durban III,” after the original 2001 racist “anti-racism” debacle held in Durban, South Africa. To date, nine states, including the U.S., Israel and Canada, have decided to boycott Durban III, and with two weeks to go, the question is whether more democratic states will follow their lead in light of the dangerous manifesto now before them.
On September 22, the U.N. General Assembly will feature speeches from the U.N. high commissioner for human rights, Navi Pillay – a major supporter of Durban III – and Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who is poised to deliver his usual anti-Semitic tirade under the General Assembly’s banner. Along with these speeches, get ready for a major assault on human rights: The Durban Declaration charges Israel – and only Israel, among 192 U.N. nations – with racism. The declaration is a reincarnation of the “Zionism is racism” libel, and it is about to be catapulted to new heights if Pillay, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), and willing collaborators in the developing world’s G-77 get their way.
Mere HER i The Weekly Standard.
Opdatering 10. sepember 2011 – Anne Bayefsky har en opfølgning i The National Review Online:
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