The Palestinian Arabs show once again that the entire point of their existence as an official entity in international fora is to purely to bash Israel.
Yesterday was International Oceans Day and the UN is holding a four-day conference with the unwieldy name of “United Nations Conference to Support the Implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 14: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development.” in New York.
Celebrities, national leaders and prominent environmentalists and scientists are addressing the conference. Nations are committing to short- and long-term goals.
And when the Palestinian representative to the UN, Riyad Mansour, addressed the conference, he used his time to attack Israel.
After a perfunctory introduction about how important oceans are, Mansour went into his main topic, saying that as a “natural result of the three wars waged by Israel,”Palestinians cannot properly treat their water and are forced to dump sewage into the Mediterranean. He falsely charged Israel with deliberately attacking Gaza’s power plant which stops water treatment operations and of preventing crucial wastewater equipment from entering Gaza.
Of course, he said nothing about the real reason of the electricity shortage in Gaza, which is that his Palestinian Authority is refusing to pay for fuel for the power plant and electricity that Israel provides.
Mansour also complained about Israel’s naval blockade of the Hamas-controlled terrorist entity in Gaza, saying that fishermen cannot do their jobs and unemployment is increasing, and calling on the UN to pressure Israel.
There is literally not a single international conference that Palestinians participate in that they do not attempt to hijack for their own ends – and their ends are never to positively contribute to the world,. but rather exclusively to attack Israel.
Every single time.
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