It is totally one-sided.
The 50 year-old reputation of the UN General Assembly as a trusty platform for incitement against the State of Israel acquired its first blemish on Wednesday evening, when a plurality of member states voted in favor of a US-sponsored amendment condemning Hamas for the deadly violence on the border between Israel and Gaza. "Everyone recognizes that. But advancing peace is not the goal of this resolution".
Moments later, a sudden burst of applause led by the Israeli Ambassador to the UN, Danny Danon, signaled that the U.S. amendment had passed, with 62 member states voting in favor, 58 opposing and 42 abstaining.
"I wish everyone supporting this one-sided resolution would put as much energy into encouraging President Abbas to the negotiating table", she said.
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Since the protests began on March 30, Israeli forces have killed 124 Palestinian and wounded more than 3,800 others.
Further, the statement said that it was late at night and the operational circumstances were complex, therefore, opening fire on the car's wheels was justified.
Mansour stressed: "We need action".
"We can not remain silent in the face of the most violent crimes and human rights violations being systematically perpetrated against our people", Mansour said.
Turkish Ambassador to the United Nations Feridun Siniroglu told the UNGA before the vote that the resolution wasn't about taking sides.
"By supporting this resolution you are colluding with a terrorist organization, by supporting this resolution you are empowering Hamas", Israel's U.N. Ambassador Danny Danon told the General Assembly before the vote.More news: Ministers win key Brexit bill vote after concession
Haley condemned the adopted resolution as "morally bankrupt".
The official's observation followed an afternoon of high drama over a resolution submitted by Arab and Islamic member states that blamed Israel for the Gaza violence, ignored Hamas entirely, and demanded "international protection" for Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Brett Bruen, a former Obama administration official and president of Global Situation Room, told CBS News at the United Nations on Wednesday that US actions in the Middle East are "costly for Israel, which has grown further isolated" as the USA irritates allies and emboldens adversaries.
Australia, the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Solomon Islands and Togo joined Israel and the United States in voting against the resolution.
The U.N. General Assembly has approved a Palestinian-backed resolution blaming Israel for violence in Gaza after narrowly rejecting a US demand to add an amendment condemning attacks on Israel by Gaza's Hamas rulers.
The European Union's ambassador Joanne Adamson, deputy head of the delegation to the United Nations said "Israeli security forces must refrain from the excessive use of force against unarmed civilians". "What makes Gaza different for some is that attacking Israel is their favorite sport".More news: John Boyega gives ‘rude’ Star Wars fans a piece of his mind