Nations United: How the Global Body Undermines Israel and the US

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Rising from the ruins of World War II, both Israel and the United Nations have been on a collision-course ever since, as radical Islam, left-wing agendas, and European meddling have undermined democratic efforts to topple totalitarianism. In a fascinating bit of research that doubles as critical analysis and gripping narrative, Alex Grobman shines a light on the radical agenda of the United Nations to weaken Israel's security, foment anti-semitism, and by extension, hurt the Jewish state's chief ally, the United ...

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This well-researched work chronicles the founding of the United Nations, its role in the recognition of Israel in 1948 and the subsequent history of relations between the two. ... Unfortunately the world body's attitude towards Israel started to deteriorate soon afterward as Grobman's analysis reveals. This change was brought about by the USSR in alliance with Arab states, later joined by the so-called Non-Aligned block of nations. The book explores the origins and development of the transformation in detail. The UN became a hotbed of Antisemitism and Anti-Zionism; this strategy culminated in the disgusting 1975 resolution equating Zionism with racism. Although the US finally managed to have it revoked in 1991, the sinister forces behind it were not stopped by the end of the Cold War. The hostility towards Israel and the West did not cease and these agendas are more active than ever, with a majority of member states issuing an unending stream of condemnations against Israel while ignoring the murderous acts of terrorist groups and criminal states. One of its more loathsome "achievements" was the World Conference Against Racism, the unrestrained Anti-Israel hate-fest which took place in Durban in 2001. The author shows that the organization thrives on Antisemitism while remaining willfully blind to atrocities in places like Rwanda, Chechnya and Darfur. It is obsessed with the deligitimization of the Jewish State and continues to disseminate anti-US and anti-Israel propaganda through its plethora of agencies and associated non-governmental organizations. The book provides answers on why the UN has failed so miserably with almost every single crisis that it was intended to solve or ameliorate. One of the main reasons is projection: the hatred of successful societies deflects attention from the abject failure of the accusers' own miserable countries. Another is that the privileged UN bureaucrats are in it for themselves, forming part of the set of parasites called "trans Read more Show Less

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Overview

Rising from the ruins of World War II, both Israel and the United Nations have been on a collision-course ever since, as radical Islam, left-wing agendas, and European meddling have undermined democratic efforts to topple totalitarianism. In a fascinating bit of research that doubles as critical analysis and gripping narrative, Alex Grobman shines a light on the radical agenda of the United Nations to weaken Israel's security, foment anti-semitism, and by extension, hurt the Jewish state's chief ally, the United States. Grobman traces the UN's efforts to coddle radical regimes, and shows in shocking detail the harmful effects o fthe infamous "Zionism equals Racism" resolution that put air under the wings of terrorists threatening Western values.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780892216741
  • Publisher: Icon Publishing Group, LLC
  • Publication date: 1/28/2007
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Alex Grobman is an historian with an MA and Ph.D. in contemporary Jewish history from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He is president of the Institute for Contemporary Jewish Life, a think-tank dealing with historical and contemporary issues affecting the Jewish community.

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