Sunday, November 10, 2013


This is the 38th anniversary of the adoption of the UN General Assembly resolution 3379, saying the Zionism is a form of racism.  The measure passed with a vote of 72 for, 35 against, and 32 abstaining.

So, the United Nations felt that it is racist to believe in Israel as Jewish country, which still has churches, mosques, and a huge Bahia temple, and whose population includes Christians, Muslims, and Druze.  However, they had no problem with Saudi Arabia which forbids any Jews from entering the country, and does not allow any religion except Islam to have a house of worship or be practiced in public.

The resolution was reversed in 1991.  The reversal passed with 111 for, 25 against, and 13 abstentions.

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