(Worthy News) – At the United Nations Anti-Racism conference, Iran’s foreign minister says his nation’s “willpower is dedicated,” to the elimination of Zionism.
With the United States and 33 other nations boycotting a banner UN anti-racism conference due to its history of antisemitism Wednesday, Iran’s new foreign minister invoked the destruction of the Jewish state, perhaps observers say, giving the countries who boycotted the conference an even bigger reason to have stayed away.
The event, known as Durban IV, had the theme of “Reparations, racial justice and equality for people of African descent.” Wednesday’s event was to commemorate and adopt a statement 20 years after the first meeting in Durban, South Africa. While the original purpose of the event was combating racism, critics say it has been hijacked by an anti-Israel agenda that turned it into an anti-Semitic hate fest leading the U.S. and Israel to walk out of the first conference. [ Source: Fox News (Read More…) ]
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