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Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley suggested this week that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government had made a “deal with the devil” in a recent decision to back an anti-Israel resolution at the U.N.
“I speak from experience when I say the United Nations presents many such opportunities to strike a deal with the devil,” she said at a U.N. Watch gala in New York on Thursday.
The article goes on to state the following:
She was telling the audience about how it is often “easier not to rock the boat” instead of standing up to “the mob” and cited the Canadian vote as an example of “this cultural corruption playing out in real time.”
Haley was referring to the Trudeau government’s choice to vote for “The right of the Palestinian people to self-determination,” a resolution sponsored by North Korea, Egypt, Nicaragua, Zimbabwe and the “State of Palestine” which calls for an end “to the Israeli occupation” and refers to Israel as “the occupying Power,” according to Fox News.
Haley said the resolution “challenges the legitimacy of Israel.”
“Canada has been, for a long time, balanced and fair-minded towards Israel at the United Nations. It has opposed the pull of the anti-Israel culture,” Haley said. “One observer said Canada is making a ‘Faustian bargain,’ trading its integrity for a seat on the Security Council.”
“It’s just easier not to rock the boat. When the crowd is all going one way, it’s hard to be the only one going the other direction. But standing alone on behalf of American interests and values is not something to be embarrassed about.”https://t.co/TY8i0Bmbqg
— UN Watch (@UNWatch) December 6, 2019
Nikki Haley on Canada’s shameful anti-#Israel vote: #Canada’s decision to change diplomatic course and support the resolution at the UN in a bid to secure a seat on the Security Council was an example of “cultural corruption.” @nikkihaley https://t.co/zo4Wm2icYx
— Adam Milstein (@AdamMilstein) December 7, 2019
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