U.N. pushing for $65 million to teach Palestinians to fight Israel

By Bob Unruh



The American Center for Law and Justice, long an advocate for America’s top Middle East ally, is asking the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations to fight a plan to turn over $65 million to Palestinians to teach them to fight Israel in the courts.

U.N. officials said they would pay the Palestinian Authority “to wage lawfare against the state of Israel,” ACLJ said.

Lawfare is the practice of using courts against an enemy to tie up their time or win a public relations victory. In the United States, for example, Muslim groups such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations have filed “discrimination” lawsuits that drag out for years to tie up organizations that expose its radical ties.

ACLJ said the United Nations Development Assistance Framework “published their intention to spend millions of dollars funding anti-Israel discrimination. These funds will be set aside to actively train Palestinians on how to engage in lawfare against the state of Israel.”

In response, ACLJ has written to U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, asking her to continue defending Israel and foil the lawfare plan if she can.

“It has come to light that organizations within the United Nations have budgeted to set aside funds to assist the Palestinian Authority …read more

Source:: World Net Daily