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GENEVA, Dec. 27 – As reported exclusively by UN Watch, the U.N. General Assembly just finished adopting a total of 22 resolutions singling out Israel for criticism in one form or another — and 4 resolutions for the rest of the world combined. See draft texts below.
The four are: one on Syria, a regime that has murdered 40,000 of its own people, and one each on Iran, North Korea and Burma, whose government was largely praised in the U.N. text.
There were zero UNGA resolutions on China, Cuba, Belarus, Zimbabwe, Russia, Sudan, Venezuela, or Pakistan — nor on dozens more of the world’s worst abusers.
UNGA 67th Session (2012)
22 Resolutions Singling Out Israel
Note: For analysis and critique of virtually identical resolutions adopted in a recent session, click here.
A/C.2/67/L.33 – Permanent sovereignty of the Palestinian people in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, and of the Arab population in the occupied Syrian Golan over their natural resources
“Expressing its concern about the exploitation by Israel, the occupying Power, of the natural resources of the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, and other Arab territories occupied by Israel since 1967…”