PM Bennett expresses disappointment in U.N. for not condemning Gazan rockets

Itamar Eichner|
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett expressed disappointment in talks with U.N. secretary-genera António Guterres regarding the absence of U.N. condemnation of the rockets launched from Gaza to Israel.
"The international community must not serve the agenda of the terrorist organizations," Bennett told Guterres.
"These are people who prepared rocks and firebombs ahead of time, for use from within the mosque. Israel is the stabilizing force - if we did not impose order, tens of thousands of Muslims would not be able to pray."
The two also discussed the UN Secretary General's expected trip to see Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Voldymyr Zelenskyy, and the efforts to resolve the situation between Russia and Ukraine.
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