UN accused of ‘blood libel’ against Israel, latest in long history of alleged bias against Jewish state

The United Nations has been accused of “blood libel” against Israel in its recent report alleging that Israel was guilty of war crimes in its response to Hamas during the 2014 Gaza War. The accusation comes from Israel’s ambassador to the UN Danny Danon, who argued that the report was biased against Israel and used unfair language to portray the country in a negative light. The United Nations has a history of alleged bias against the Jewish state, with reports and condemnations often using terminology that implies Israel is guilty of premeditated and intentional violence against Palestinians. This allegation has been a source of tension between Israel and the UN, with Israeli officials claiming that the organization focuses disproportionately on the country and ignores the actions of other countries in the region.