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WATCH: Israel Ambassador Delivers BIBLICAL Smackdown to UN Security Council

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With the blessing of President Obama, the UN Security Council voted to deny Jews the right to live in their biblical homeland.

Israel’s ambassador to the UN, Danny Danon, was pissed, and delivered an epic and biblical smackdown.

“Today is a bad day for this council,” Danon began. “The resolutions you just voted on is a peak of hypocrisy.”

Instead of worrying about so many other real crises, the UN was focused on telling Jews where they can and cannot build houses.

What’s more, the resolution was denying Jews the right to live in the areas where they most belong!

Judea and Samaria, the so-called “West Bank,” is the biblical heartland of Israel. The resolution also told Jews they can’t live on the eastern side of Jerusalem. Even though that’s where the ancient Old City and Temple Mount are located.

“You voted to ban us from building in our historical capital of Jerusalem, the heart and soul of the Jewish people,” Danon said. He was sure to make a thinly veiled reference to the fact that America under Obama had been part of this farce.

Israel Will Prevail!

But not to worry, Danon continued. The Jewish people had resisted and prevailed against greater odds before.

“Tomorrow night, Israel and the entire Jewish community around the world will celebrate the holiday of Hanukkah,” the ambassador explained. “Over 2,000 years ago King Antiochus banish the Jewish people from our temple in Jerusalem…but we
prevailed!”

Just as the Jewish people fought and overcame the enemies of old, so, too, will they overcome the UN.

“Who gave you the right to issue such a decree denying our eternal right Jerusalem? ” Danon wondered. “We overcame those decrees during the time of the Maccabees
and we will overcome this evil decree today.”

This Holy Book

Holding aloft a Bible, Danon demanded that the international community recognize its validity.

“This holy book – the Bible – contains 3,000 years of history of the Jewish people in the Land of Israel,” he said. “No one can change this history.”

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