We have long been speaking out against the United Nations for their blatant bias against Israel. However, things are now worse than ever before. There is no hiding the fact that the UN does not only have a bias against Israel, but it is also vehemently against it.

Antisemitism, or Jew hatred, is known as the world’s oldest form of hatred, and the UN has often been called the epicentre of global antisemitism.

Despite the atrocities of Hamas, a terrorist group that is outlawed in many countries, the United Nations has never passed a resolution condemning Hamas. Israel has been condemned more than 150 times at the UN. In fact, Israel is not only the most condemned country at the UN, but it has also been condemned by the UN more than all other countries combined.

The fact the United Nations cannot condemn terror group that is determined to wipe out the Jews, yet it consistently passes resolutions condemning Israel, the world’s only Jewish state. It is not hard to conclude that the reason behind this is the spirit of antisemitism.

That spirit of antisemitism was on full display this week when several different things happened at the UN.

Israel was added to the infamous ‘blacklist’ of violators of the human rights of children in armed conflict. To try and show itself as equal, the UN also added Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) to the list at the same time.

This equivalence is disgusting.

Hamas is a terrorist organisation that brutally murders Israeli children whenever it gets the chance, not least on 7 October, when Jewish children were slaughtered by Hamas in barbaric fashion.

Hamas also hides its militants and their weapons behind their own babies. Israeli forces have discovered weapons in nurseries and tunnel entrances under baby’s cribs, just to name a few things. These are all war crimes.

Israel on the other hand is conducting a just war against Hamas to free their hostages from captivity and prevent Hamas from carrying out future operations, which Hamas has pledged to do if it has the opportunity. Yes, Palestinian children have died in the conflict, but Israel is doing everything it can to avoid these deaths while Hamas is doing everything it can to increase the deaths of their own children.

Hamas chief Yahya Sinwar has insisted that civilian bloodshed in Gaza is a “necessary sacrifice” that will lead to the liberation of Palestine, according to a recent report. It confirms what we have suspected all along that Hamas intentionally puts its people in harm’s way. Think about that. They want their children to die to demonize Israel.

As the famous quote from former Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir states:

“We can forgive the Arabs for killing our children. We cannot forgive them for forcing us to kill their children. We will only have peace with the Arabs when they love their children more than they hate us.”

Wise words from Israel’s first female Prime Minister that still ring true several decades later.

We must point out that Israel is going above and beyond to save Palestinian lives in Gaza. It is the absolute opposite to what Hamas is doing.

Israel is fighting in one of the most densely populated warzones in history. It is fighting against a terrorist group that is wrongly using human shields to great effect. Yet, the IDF has managed to keep the civilian death toll to one of the lowest in the history of modern warfare. Around 1.5:1 compared to the UN reported average of 9:1 in modern urban warfare.

To put it simply, what Israel has achieved in Gaza is beyond impressive, it’s quite miraculous.

The United Nations does not care though. They are determined to demonise Israel at every opportunity.

When Israel rescues their hostages from Gaza in an act of skill and bravery, the UN condemns them for it. When Israel provides more humanitarian assistance to Gazans than other forces provide their enemy, the UN says they are not doing enough. When PIJ and Hamas murder their own people and blame it on Israel, the UN doesn’t wait for evidence, they immediately condemn Israel for something it hasn’t even done.

Another egregious example of antisemitic hatred of Israel is how the United Nations has treated Israeli women. On 7 October 2023, Hamas terrorists brutally murders, raped, mutilated, and tortured Israeli women.

This week, a UN-backed commission accused both Israel and Hamas of war crimes, including rape.

While Hamas’s war crimes against women are well know. The UN could not condemn Hamas alone, they had to include Israel. Their accusations against Israel for sexual crimes, simply amount to the fact that IDF forces stripped male terrorists down to their underwear when arresting them. An act similar to police forces and militaries in other parts of the world when arresting large numbers of criminals or terrorists. Why? To ensure they are not wearing explosive belts or hiding weapons.

The UN has tried to equivalise Israel’s just use of force against Hamas terrorists by comparing it to Hamas’s brutal rape, torture, and mutilation of Israeli women.

It is beyond the pale.

Ultimately, we know that Israel’s fight against Hamas is not only between these two neighbours, but is really a batter of good against evil.

Israel is fighting on the side of God. Hamas is fighting on the side of Satan. There is no doubt about this.

The United Nations has shown itself to be actively and continually working against Israel. It has taken the side of evil.

Isaiah 41:8-13 says:

8 “But you, Israel, My servant,
Jacob whom I have chosen,
Descendant of Abraham My friend,
9 You whom I have [c]taken from the ends of the earth
And called from its remotest parts,
And said to you, ‘You are My servant,
I have chosen you and have not rejected you.
10 Do not fear, for I am with you;
Do not be afraid, for I am your God.
I will strengthen you, I will also help you,
I will also uphold you with My righteous right hand.’
11 Behold, all those who are angered at you will be shamed and dishonored;
Those who contend with you will be as nothing and will perish.
12 You will seek those who quarrel with you, but will not find them,
Those who war with you will be as nothing and non-existent.
13 For I am the LORD your God who takes hold of your right hand,
Who says to you, ‘Do not fear, I will help you.’