Nikki Haley minces no words after UN Security Council Meeting

Nikki Haley Speaks to press after UN Security Council Meeting

Below is a transcript of the fiery message delivered to the UN Press corp. after her first UN Meeting on Middle Eastern Issues. For eight years Former President Obama continuously chose the wrong side to back in the Israeli Middle Eastern Conflict. From funneling money and weapons to both ISIS and the Muslim brotherhood, to turning his back on longtime ally Israel and providing physical cash and aid to Iran’s Nuclear program, it is good to see America returning to its tradition role as chief ally of Israel, in the middle east.

The continued perception of muslims as the abused minority is dangerous for all peoples of the world. It is not Israel in which regular beheadings of Christians, Jews, and Hindus occur, and it does not take a Rhodes Scholar to determine what the international community estimates the total number of Radicalized Muslims is. Whether we see it as so, or not, does not change the fact that THEY have already declared war against the west. Our first duty is to protect ourselves, and then we can debate the level of danger. Not the other way around.

Nikki Haley makes bold statements on American Policy:

So the first thing I want to do is talk about what we just saw in there and the Security Council just finished its regular monthly meeting on Middle East issues. It’s the first meeting like that that I have attended and I have to say it was a bit strange. The Security Council is supposed to discuss how to maintain International Peace and security but an hour meeting at the Middle East the discussion was not about Hezbollah’s, illegal buildup of rockets in Lebanon,  it was not about the money and weapons Iran provides to terroriss it was not about how we defeat Isis, it was not about how we hold Bashar Al Assad accountable for the slaughter of hundreds and  thousands of civilians, no instead the meeting focused  on  criticizing Israel the one true democracy in the Middle East. I am new  around here but I understand that’s how the council has operated month after month for decades. I’m here to say the United States will not turn a blind eye to this anymore. I’m here to underscore the Ironclad support of the United States for Israel. I’m here to emphasize the United States is determined to stand up to the un’s anti-israel bias. We will never repeat the terrible mistake resolution 2334 and allow one-sided Security Council resolutions to condemn Israel. Instead we will push for action on the real threats we face in the Middle East. We Stand For Peace, we support a  solution to the palestinian-israeli conflict that is negotiated directly between the two parties, as president Trump reiterated in his meeting with prime minister Netanyahu yesterday. The outrageously biased resolutions from the Security Council and the general assembly only make peace harder to obtain by discouraging one of the parties from going to the negotiating table. Incredibly the UN Department of political Affairs has an entire division devoted to Palestinian Affairs. Imagine that. there is no division devoted to Illegal missile launches from North Korea, there is no division devoted to the worlds number 1 State sponsor of Terror, Iran. The prejudiced approach to israeli-palestinian issues does the peace process no favors. And it bears no relationship to the reality of the world around us. The double standards are breathtaking, just a few days ago the United States sought unsuccessfully to have the Security Council condemn a terrorist attack on Israel, Where the terrorist open fire on people waiting for a bus and then stabbed others. The Security Council would not hesitate to condemn an attack like that in any other country, but not for Israel. The statement was blocked, and that is downright shameful. Israel exists in a region where others call for its complete destruction, and in a world where anti-Semitism is on the rise these are threats that we should discuss at the United Nations as we continue working towards a comprehensive agreement that would end the israeli-palestinian conflict. But outside of the UN, there is some good news Israel’s place in the world is changing, Israel is building up new diplomatic relationships, more and more countries recognize how much Israel contributes to the world, they are recognizing that Israel is a beacon of stability in a troubled region. And that Israel is at the Forefront of innovation, entrepreneurship and technological discovery. It is the UN’s anti-Israel bias that is long overdue for change. The United States will not hesitate to speak out against these biases in defense of our friend and ally, Israel.