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US vetoes Security Council Resolution attacking Trump Jerusalem recognition

US vetoes Security Council Resolution attacking Trump Jerusalem recognition

Nikki Haley rips into foreign govt’s trying to dictate US policy, Israel bias

Monday, Nikki Haley ripped into the United Nation Security Council members. The UNSC demanded the United States rescind recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

The U.S. vetoed the Egyptian-drafted resolution, making the vote 14-1.

US Ambassador, Nikki Haley, was not happy:

Part of her remarks here:

From Haaretz:

Haley slammed resolution 2334 for the creation of the BDS blacklist, calling it “an ugly creation of the Human Rights Council: the database of companies operating in Jewish communities,” and calling the list “yet another obstacle to a negotiated peace.” 
Haley said that the UN is “a disproportionately hostile place for the Middle East’s most enduring democracy,” Israel.

Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon attacked the proposed resolution saying that “members of the Security Council can vote another hundred times to criticize our presence in Jerusalem, but history won’t change. While the Jewish people celebrate the holiday of Hanukkah that symbolizes the eternal connection to Jerusalem, there are people who think that they can rewrite history. It’s time for all countries to recognize that Jerusalem always was and always will be the capital of the Jewish people and the capital of Israel.”

He further added that “each country has the right to establish its own capital, but when it comes to Israel, there are people who think that they can cast doubt on our decision. We are grateful to the U.S. for its steadfastness in standing with the State of Israel, and the truth.”

The Palestinian leadership may turn to the UN General Assembly if Washington vetoes the resolution, as expected. The Palestinian United Nations envoy raised this option in remarks published in Saudi daily Arab News on Monday, ahead of a Security Council vote on an Egyptian-drafted resolution about Jerusalem’s status which the United States is expected to veto.

The draft says any “decisions and actions which purport to have altered the character, status or demographic composition of the Holy City of Jerusalem have no legal effect, are null and void and must be rescinded”.

Trump’s December 6 decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and to move the U.S. Embassy to the city has provoked widespread anger and protests among Palestinians as well as broad international criticism, including from top U.S. allies.

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu was appreciative of America’s stance on the resolution:


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Bucky Barkingham | December 18, 2017 at 1:09 pm

Virtue signaling at the UN security Council. The 14 who voted in favor knew that the US would veto the resolution, so there was no penalty for them to vote in favor.

Israel – Take your city, build your Temple.

I wonder if the UN interpreters struggle with this new language, known as “the truth”, that Nikki Haley is speaking?

Congress needs to pass a resolution which says “UN, go commit an anatomical impossibility.“

This reminds me of the kids who was heard praying “And please, God, make Toronto the capital of Canada, because that’s what I put on the test”.

Curious why we put up with this kind of rubbish? The amount of money that we spend in this organization, the level of corrupt balderdash is astounding. Obviously they hate us, why not put that money into our military so that when the UN is exposed as the corrupt party that it really is we can be prepared. . .

The U.S. should submit resolutions that would require the other nations to take some action they don’t like.

I particularly enjoyed the knife in Obama’s back and the bitch slapping of Hillary.

If it is now proper for third parties to decide where Capitol Cities are to be recognized…

How about we recognize the Capitol City of Yemen, Syria and Lebanon are in fact Tehran? Boycott any UN action that does not explicitly agree with us on this important issue…

    Milhouse in reply to MrMichael. | December 19, 2017 at 9:32 pm

    Capital city. There is no such thing as a “capitol city”. “The Capitol” is the name of the building in which Congress sits. It is in Washington, which is the capital city of the United States.

    Denying that Jerusalem is Israel’s capital is exactly like denying that Washington is the US capital; insisting it’s Tel aviv is like insisting that Wilmington is the US capital.

The other 4 permanent members, Britain, France, Russia and China, voted against us on this. I have NEVER been more proud of my country and more CERTAIN that electing Donald Trump was the right thing for America.