UN envoy tears Human Rights Council report in protest of anti-Israel bias

Itamar Eichner|
Israel's Ambassador to the UN Gilad Ardan on Friday tore to pieces the annual report of the UN Human Rights Council from the rostrum in protest of the paper's anti-Israel bias.
The report featured extensive sections that condemned and criticized Israel for the tactics it used during the last Gaza war in May, among other things, while completely ignoring Palestinian terrorist factions launching rocket fire at Israeli civilian centers.
"The Human Rights Council attacked and condemned Israel in 95 resolutions compared to 142 resolutions against the rest of the world," Erdan said. "This distorted and one-sided report's place is in the dustbin of anti-Semitism."
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