(Worthy News) - While millions were following the impeachment drama on Capitol Hill and the momentous British general election results on Friday, the U.N. General Assembly was focused on its own priorities, adopting eight resolutions condemning or singling out Israel.
Most of the vote counts were extremely lopsided, with the United States and Israel alone voting against all eight, joined in some cases by a small handful of other countries.
The eight were among 35 resolutions passed during the day, although none of the others targeted one specific country. Most dealt broadly with decolonization issues and “non-self-governing” territories. [ Source: CNS News (Read More...) ]
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