The United Nations comprises 193 member nations from across the world, but only one has been singled out for alleged human rights violations more times than any other, including Iran, Syria and China. Those familiar with the organizing body on which Muammar Gahdafi once graced its human rights council will not be surprised to learn that the country most-targeted by the UN is Israel.
In an insightful, five-minute video produced by Dennis Prager's "Prager University," Anne Bayefsky, director of the Touro College Institute on Human Rights and the Holocaust brings hard-hitting facts about Israel and the UN's abysmal record to light.
For instance, did you know that 38 percent of all UN Human Rights Council resolutions are directed at Israel alone? On the UN's permanent agenda, which contains 10 items, one is always reserved for Israel and since 2006 the organizing body published 48 reports condemning Israel. During that same period only nine were issued on Syria, three on Iran and not one on China.
The highly informative video below provides additional facts and figures that offers concise, insightful data one can cite when defending Israel. Watch below: