Netanyahu claims UN and World Health Organization against Israel:
“Unfortunately, when it comes to UN decisions about Israel, that simple recognition is too often absent. It was absent last December when the Security Council passed an anti-Israel resolution that set back the cause of peace.
It was absent last May, when the World Health Organization adopted — you have to listen to this: the World Health Organization adopted a Syrian-sponsored resolution that criticized Israel for health conditions on the Golan Heights. Who does the World Health Organization criticize? Israel. Is there no limit to the UN’s absurdities when it comes to Israel?” —-
Netanyahu claims that UNESCO lies about Israel:
“In July, UNESCO declared the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron a Palestinian World Heritage site. That’s worse than fake news. That’s fake history. Mind you, it’s true that Abraham, the father of both Ishmael and Isaac, is buried there, but so too are Isaac, Jacob, Sarah, Rebecca – Sarah is a Jewish name, by the way – and Leah, who just happen to be patriarchs and matriarchs of the Jewish people. You won’t read about that in the latest UNESCO report.
Netanyahu claims UN is antisemitic.
“For too long the epicenter of global anti-Semitism has been right here at the UN.”—
Israel blames Iran for terror in the region:
From the Caspian Sea to the Mediterranean, from Tehran to Tartus, an Iranian curtain is descending across the Middle East. Iran spreads this curtain of tyranny and terror over Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and elsewhere, and it pledges to extinguish the light of Israel. [Israel tries to prevent everyone who tries to shine a light on it]
“Iran spreads this curtain of tyranny and terror over Iraq, Syria, Lebanon” more lies
IAEA lax when it comes to Israel:
Benjamin Netanyahu’s bureau in Jerusalem released a statement criticizing the International Atomic Energy Agency for taking its time with carrying out the demanded inspections of the Iranian sites, that may contain nuclear materials and equipment. The Israeli statement comes after the nuclear watchdog declared its independence to be paramount, in an apparent response to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s description of a “secret atomic warehouse” in Iran.
The Israeli leader’s speech contained no evidence that Iran had restarted its weapons program or in any way violated the limits on nuclear activities like enrichment set up by the deal — which the IAEA has repeatedly confirmed Iran is abiding by.