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U.N.'s handling of human rights? A 'mockery'
Commentator cites presence of China, Conga, Saudi Arabia on key panel
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The United Nations is making a “mockery” of human rights issues, charges George Igler, a commentator at the Gatestone Institute.

“Today, the most senior transnational body responsible for preserving ‘human rights,’ the United Nations Human Rights Council, housed within the Palace of Nations in Geneva, is arguably a pathetic joke,”he recently wrote.

While not issuing a call for the United States to withdraw from the international body, his arguments align with a withdrawal movement that followed the latest condemnation of Israel by the U.N. Security Council. The council contended land on which housing is being built for Jews belongs to a non-existent Palestinian state.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2017/02/u-n-s-handling-of-human-rights-a-mockery/#JpDSR1TXLhL5cPMp.99
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