Pompeos accuses UN of ‘unrelenting anti-Israel bias’

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    The US government will not provide information to the UN for its list of companies operating in occupied Palestinian territories, US State Secretary Mike Pompeo has said, accusing the international body of anti-Israel bias.
    The long-delayed document, which names 112 companies operating in the West Bank and Golan Heights, was released by the United Nations Human Rights Council on Wednesday.
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    Israeli Foreign Minister Israel Katz branded the document a “shameful capitulation” to anti-Israel groups, while PM Benjamin Netanyahu accused the UNHRC of “trying to blacken Israel's name” instead of doing its job of “dealing with human rights.”

    Pompeo said in a statement on Thursday. “Its publication only confirms the unrelenting anti-Israel bias so prevalent at the United Nations...

    The vast majority – 94 out of 112 – of the listed companies are Israeli-based, while 18 others are registered in other countries. The list includes such US companies as Airbnb, Expedia, TripAdvisor, General Mills, Booking Holdings and Motorola. The document also named UK’s JC Bamford Excavators, Opodo, and Greenkote PLC, Dutch firms Kardan NV, Altice Europe NV, Tahal Group International BV and Booking.com, as well as French Alstom and Egis Rail. The list also includes a number of Israeli- based subsidiaries of international businesses.

    Read all here:
    https://www.rt.com/news/480777-pompeo-blasts-unhrc-list/
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    So, that's the gist of it! Antisemitism and Anti-Israelism in highest places!!
    How dare they!!:razz:

    I think Pompeo should rather take a closer look at what his country is doing instead of crying the "anti..." word.
    First of all, what business do foreign companies have on land stolen from Syria and Palestine, unless they were invited by the rightful land owners?
    But that is just the sore point - Israel and the US determine who's land it is; together they are the almighty, unbeatable power block of the world nobody dares to challenge.

    For sure, some of these companies are there to explore and extract the resources underground.
    Trump disappoints me! He keeps questionable bedfellows. But then, the US is already owned and operated by the Zionists from Khazaria. Just as Ariel Sharon said years ago!!
     
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    Checking up on Pompeo I found this article:

    Full text of Pompeo’s statement on settlements
    Breaking with decades of policy, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declares Israel’s West Bank settlements not ‘inconsistent with international law’.

    Well, I guess it's a done deal now. Whether the Palestinians like it or not, Israel and Pompeo decided that's the way it will stay! Whoever says otherwise is an anti-Semite!


    https://www.timesofisrael.com/full-text-of-pompeos-statement-on-settlements/
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    Over the last 100 years lots of people lost their homeland. Alone in the Middle East people have gone through horrendous times of war, torture and persecutions in the last couple of decades. Was it necessary? Is the USA still not satisfied with how things are? How much longer starvation and sickness through senseless sanctions? Millions have to live in tents, ruins and makeshift shacks. Why? What is their crime to have to endure such punishment?
    Does anyone know?
     

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