United Nations

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The United Nations (or initialed, UN) is an international organization whose declared aims are to facilitate cooperation in matters of international law, international security, economic development, social progress, human rights, and achieving world peace. The UN was founded in 1945 after World War II To replace the League of Nations, to stop wars between countries and provide a basis for inter-state dialogue. Including a number of UN bodies affiliated to it, set up to achieve and implement their goals.

In 1947, the UN passed a resolution to partition Palestine, then ruled by Britain, into two independent states - a Jewish state and an Arab state, and international territory, in accordance with the approved distribution plan that decision. But the outbreak of the War of 1947-1949, then, conquered all areas of the Arab state by Israel, Jordan and Egypt, and independent Arab state was not founded. Later conquered those territories controlled by Jordan and Egypt by Israel in 1967, to drive since apartheid regime. Today, the State of Israel refuses to comply with the UN Resolution Act 1947 and other decisions, and does not allow the establishment of a Palestinian Arab state. Governments of Israel from David Ben-Gurion era until today refused to allow Palestinian refugees to return to their homes in areas controlled by the State of Israel after the war of 1947-1949, despite the UN resolution.

According to Resolution 3,379 of the United Nations General Assembly, Zionism is a form of racism and racial discrimination. Following the decision, the Zionists exerted all their military, business and political power, forcing the United Nations to withdraw from the decision.

The United Nations, especially the United Nations Security Council, is ruled by Zionist Jews who believe in the supremacy of the Jewish race.