On the fifth year of the Middle Eastern destruction, which is going to last for decades, it's time to determine that the United Nations has become irrelevant here, except in regards to one country, which is the last remnant of the old regional order – Israel.
Can the UN do anything in Syria? In Iraq? In Yemen? In Saudi Arabia? In Egypt? In Libya? That's why it focuses on Israel.
It gives this organization's institutions a feeling that they have some advantage, that they are useful. The larger the failure in the region, the more the obsession towards Israel will grow, to the point of a farce. The more the Arab regimes fall apart, their attempt to divert the attention towards us becomes more desperate.
Israel is defending itself – at the grotesque "Human Rights" Council, which is controlled by dictators, at the delusional UNESCO and at the Security Council, where some members don't even recognize Israel. So it might be time to change direction, to turn the regional void into something which could assist us. It's time to use the UN as an offensive tool, not just as a defensive tool. It's time to move the warfare into enemy territory.
From now on, the UN institutions should be flooded with complaints, reports and information about the destruction taking place around us. Every day, a complaint, a report to the media, a resolution in the different institutions. The quality will create the quantity. Even if it isn't accepted, the conscious effect will eventually become fixated. We should embarrass them, just like they seek to embarrass us.
Every day, we should file a report about the Mahmoud Abbas gang which is carrying out mass arrests, including torture, which is persecuting minorities, where UN funds have been disappearing for years, which is responsible for racist incitement against Israel on a daily basis.
The world doesn’t know this, and the UN institutions are the tool for flooding the world with information. And again, we must not be gentle or cautious, but flood on a daily basis. An industrialization of information.
And what about the horrors committed by Iran against the country's ethnic minorities? The executions which are only increasing, the persecution of homosexuals? The destruction of Syria, Iraq and Lebanon through Tehran's emissaries? The barrel bombs and chemical weapons of the Assad regime? Hezbollah's terrorism in Syria? And what about the Turkish and Saudi support for the Sunni jihad organizations in Syria and Iraq?
And how is it possible that the UN isn't flooded with reports and complaints about Hamas' terror? And what about Qatar, which won't stop bribing everyone in the West, including perhaps people in the UN itself? Or the shocking human rights situation in the Persian Gulf dictatorships? And what about Tunisia, which abandoned human rights at once following the latest terror attack on its soil? This is just partial list of what has to be turned into a weapon from now on, into deterrence.
Israel shouldn't defend itself, it should attack. That way, it will be able to "trade" for the first time in its history in the UN – in other words, reduce the offense dosage in return for a similar dosage reduction among the Arab parties, which know exactly what will happen when the truth about them is revealed in the West. They are obsessing with you? You obsess with them.
And so, by giving this degenerated institution – the UN – access to the truth, the world will understand that Israel is a fortress of democracy and human rights despite the military and political challenges around it and within it. Despite ISIS and similar organizations, which are the product of radical Islam. That way, the world will understand where the paradise of the Middle East is and where its hell is.