Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Gilad Erdan said the UN Security Council was “extremely biased”, completely disregarding Israeli massacres against Palestinian since 1948.
Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Gilad Erdan announced that “Israel will not take part” in the UN Security Council session regarding the Palestinian issue, alleging “extreme bias” at a time when “Israel” continues its systematic genocide of the Palestinian people.
Before he left the room, Erdan claimed, “If this council refuses to respect their [fallen soldiers] memory, I will dedicate this speech to their memory. I light this candle, Mr. President, to honor them, and may their memory be blessed. I’m sorry, but I refuse to spend this sacred day listening to lies and condemnation. This debate disgraces the fallen, and Israel will not take part in it.”
As the number of Palestinians martyred by IOF bullets, since the beginning of 2023, has exceeded 95, and as “Israel” threatened a second Nakba through the expansion of settlement projects condemned by the international community, Erdan claimed the council demonstrated an “extreme bias against Israel” and singled it out.
However, Erdan made no mention that “Israel” continued to be an occupation entity built on the genocide and forced expulsion of Palestinians.
When asked about what he anticipated regarding the upcoming meeting set to be held between Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and his Palestinian counterpart Riyad Al-Maliki, Erdan stated that since the meeting will not be centered around an allegedly nuclear Iran, “Israel” had no interest in the outcome.