When Saddam Hussein’s chief spokesman met with the U.S. secretary of state on the eve of the Kuwait War in January 1991, Tariq Aziz said something remarkable to James Baker.
“Israel is working to sign an accord with Kuwait,” Rabbi Ariel stated, noting that the Torah warns against making deals with the inhabitants of the land.”
Qatar’s Ambassador to the U.S. Sheikh Meshal Bin Hamad Al-Thani said that Qatar has no objection to normalizing ties with Israel
After three days of debate, a majority of the nations represented on the UN Security Council (UNSC) opposed the decision by Israel to withhold monies from the Palestinian Authority (PA) to offset funds used for the PA “pay-to-slay” program.
For three years, Israel has done a tremendous job of denying two things to the Iranians: further military buildup in Syria, and the delivery of weapons to Hezbollah.
I have termed this Clausewitz-style air power diplomacy. Now the question mark is in Iraq, according to Al-Jarida.
Refugees and the Arab States
China, France and Russia supported the resolution, with four countries—the United Kingdom, Ethiopia, the Netherlands and Poland abstaining.
‘[Kuwait’s resolution] is a grossly one-sided approach that is morally bankrupt,’ said US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley.
‘I urge the members of the Security Council to exercise at least as much scrutiny of the actions of the Hamas terrorist group as it does Israel’s legitimate right of self-defense,’ said Ambassador Haley.