WHO singles out Israel as world’s only ‘health rights violator’

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Arutz Sheva: The World Health Organization (WHO) called for an investigation into alleged abuses of “mental, physical and environmental health” rights by Israel, the only country singled out during the U.N. agency’s annual assembly in Geneva.

The motion was co-sponsored by the Arab Group of States and the Palestinian delegation, and it commissioned a WHO delegation to investigate and report on “the health conditions in the occupied Palestinian territory” and “the occupied Syrian Golan.”

France, Germany and the United Kingdom were among the 107 countries that voted for the proposal. Eight countries – the United States, Canada, Australia, Paraguay, Guatemala, Micronesia and Papua New Guinea – voted against the resolution.

Opinion: Since its creation in 2006, the UNHRC  has issued more resolutions condemning Israel than on the rest of the world combined.

In the years 1947 to 1989, the General Assembly passed a total of 690 resolutions (full or partial). Of these, 429 were against the Israeli position while only 56 were against Arab positions.

Israel has been the subject of aggressive wars in 1948, 1967 and 1973 and the victim of countless terrorist attacks; the Security Council and the General Assembly have never once censured its assailants.

Israel has never been invited to sit on the UNHRC. Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Pakistan have.

The terror group Hamas spends $140,000,000 per year building attack tunnels, while the Palestinian territory decays from raw sewage:

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