For the first time in United Nations General Assembly history, a majority of nations voted to condemn the Islamic terror group Hamas. Shamefully, the head of the General Assembly refused to pass the motion using “procedural manoeuvres”.
Meanwhile, UK Ambassador Karen Pierce, who abstained in the final vote that followed, stood with the US and Israel amid the confusion saying, “I want to put on record that we did not agree with the procedural decision partly because of rule 85, partly because of past practice, but I also want to put on record that a majority of member states at the General Assembly voted for an amendment condemning Hamas activity. That’s an important precedent for the future.”
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