Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Zionist Jews were absent from the meeting of the UN Human Rights Council

Zionist Jews were absent from the meeting of the UN Human Rights Council

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Hidayatullah.com Jewish-Zionist Israel absent from the forum Human Rights Council of the United Nations on Tuesday (01/29/2013) and became the first country to have refused to attend a meeting to discuss the implementation record of human rights in their own country.

Told Reuters Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor argued that Israel had announced "the suspension of its participation in the UN Human Rights Council. This policy has not changed. "

Meeting the agency plans to review the implementation of human rights in Israel in a meeting Periodeic Universal Review (UPR), which was attended by all member states. Review last held in 2008, at which time the Zionist Jews come to attend.

The absence of Zionist Jews in Geneva, Switzerland, drew criticism from many quarters.

President of the UN Human Rights Council which is the Polish ambassador Remigiusz Henczel, urged Israel to cooperate and attend at least the last meeting in October-November.

United States responded with criticism very soft. Without mentioning Israel as an ally (the U.S. usually refer to Israel as allies or close friends), Eileen Chamberlain Donahoe U.S. ambassador to the UN Human Rights Council in his speech said only that the UPR is an invaluable mechanism applied to all countries and implemented with cooperation .

Arab states will initially questioned Israel-related issues Mavi Marmara incident, mistreatment of prisoners in the Zionist prisons, as well as the expansion of Jewish settlements, joined respond. "This is a case that clearly shows an uncooperative attitude and inappropriate from a country that will be reviewed," said Wafaa Bassim representative of Egypt.

Meanwhile, Pakistan's Ambassador Zamir Akram speak pretty loudly. He satirical treatment of the soft state near the western powers and Washington.

Speaking representing the countries of Islamic Cooperation Organization Akram said, "What surprised us was the level of deviation and the rate proclamation given to Israel by the number of countries for his behavior that violates its obligations."

"We wondered whether cooperative attitude (excuse-red) so it will be given to other countries that are not close to a number of powerful countries in the world," added Akram quipped proximity Jewish Zionist Israel by the United States and European countries.

A UN investigation team formed last year, the meeting will present their report on whatever Israeli settlements established in the Palestinian territories violated international human rights law. *