BREAKING: Israel Ambassador Reports Plateau Massacre to UN Council

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BREAKING: Israel Ambassador Reports Plateau Massacre to UN Council

Posted by Esther Okpe January 14, 2024

 

Israel’s Ambassador, Erlan Gidan, to the United Nations Council has raised concerns regarding the recent Plateau Massacre on Christmas, where 200 Nigerian Christians were reportedly killed by Muslims.

Erlan Gidan highlighted that over the past decade, 50,000 Christians in Nigeria have suffered similar violent attacks.

Gidan questioned the Council’s focus, noting that 1 million Muslims are being forcibly displaced in Pakistan, particularly the situation of 1.3 million displaced Afghans.

“As we speak, there are over 1 million Muslims being forcibly removed from their homes. I’m not talking about the situation in Gaza, but about Pakistan’s forced displacement of 1.3 million Afghans.

“This council convened 21 times, primarily to assist the people of Gaza at the account of Israel defending itself against Hamas terrorists. But not even once to focus solely on defending the rights of Afghans in Pakistan,” Ambassador Erlan Gidan said.

The ambassador criticized the Council’s repeated discussions on Gaza and Israel’s defense against Hamas terrorists, emphasizing that there has been no specific attention to the forced displacement of Muslims in Pakistan. The ambassador attributed this discrepancy to what they perceive as a lack of attention unless the situation involves Jews, suggesting a biased approach.

“Why does the forced displacement of Muslims from a Muslim country mean nothing to the Algerian representative and the council? I’ll tell you why. No Jews, no news.

“On Christmas, 200 Nigerian Christians were murdered by Muslims. Over the past decade, 50,000 Christians in Nigeria have been butchered and hacked to death. Is this even a concern to the council? Again, no Jews, no news,”Gidan said.

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