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Daily Briefing: ABBAS INTERNATIONALIZES CONFLICT

US Stands Up for Israel

Remarks at the UN General Assembly’s Fourth Committee Meeting on Israeli Practices and Settlement Activities:  United States Mission to the United Nations, Nov. 10, 2022 The United States firmly believes that Israelis and Palestinians deserve equal measures of freedom, dignity, security, and prosperity.  A negotiated two-state solution remains the best way to ensure Israel’s security and prosperity for the future and fulfill the Palestinians’ desire for a state of their own. However, there are no shortcuts to statehood, which will only be achieved through direct negotiations between the parties

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Israeli Officials: International Court of Justice Probe Almost Certain:   Jonathan Lis, Haaretz, Nov. 13, 2022

Why the UN ‘Commission of Inquiry’ Was Pre-destined to be anti-Israel:   Anne Bayefsky, Israel Hayom, Nov. 8, 2022
Palestinian UN Resolution Is A Desperate Step:  Ariel Kahana, JNS, Nov. 13, 2022
Why Didn’t Human Rights Groups Give Israel’s Center-Left a Break? – Analysis Seth J. Frantzman, Jerusalem Post, Nov. 16, 2022
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UN Panel Asks Int’l Court of Justice To Urgently Weigh In On Israeli ‘Annexation’:  Luke Tress, Times of Israel, Nov. 11, 2022 A United Nations committee on Friday approved a resolution to request the International Court of Justice “urgently” weigh in on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and Israeli “annexation.”
 
‘Prize for Terror Groups’: Lapid Slams pro-Palestinian Vote at UNIsrael Hayom, Nov. 13, 2022 –Israel lambasted the United Nations on Saturday after a key committee approved a draft resolution Friday calling on the International Court of Justice to urgently issue its opinion on the legal consequences of supposedly denying the Palestinian people the right to self-determination as a result of Israel’s actions since the 1967 Six-Day War.
 
Israel Abstains On Pro-Ukraine UN Resolution After Kyiv Backed Palestinian Measure TOI staff, Times of Israel, Nov. 15, 2022 — Israel on Monday was the only Western country to abstain in a United Nations General Assembly vote on a resolution supporting a mechanism for Russia to pay reparations for invading Ukraine, in an apparent act of retaliation days after Kyiv voted to advance an anti-Israel resolution through the same body.
 
Zelensky Aide Says Ukraine’s Vote Against Israel at UN ‘A Grave Mistake’:  Luke Tress, Times of Israel, Nov. 15, 2022Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky’s personal aide, Alexey Arestovych, said Sunday that Ukraine’s recent support of a United Nations resolution against Israel was “a grave mistake.”

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