America withdraws from Human Rights Council for Israel The Human Rights Council adopted a series of resolutions against Israel, sparking Israeli anger

America withdraws from Human Rights Council for Israel

 America withdrew from the UN Human Rights Council, which was created in Geneva in 2006 with 47 members, after accusing it of bias against Israel and launching a systematic campaign against it.

US sources said that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and US Ambassador to the United Nations Nicky Healy will announce tonight the official withdrawal of the United States from the United Nations Human Rights Council.

According to a US source, the decision comes after months of negotiations between the United States and the Human Rights Council to "change the relationship and deal between the Human Rights Council and Israel."

In recent years, the Human Rights Council has adopted a series of resolutions against Israel, provoking Israeli anger.

Israel is seeking to form an international coalition led by the United States, waving to withdraw from the UN Human Rights Council of the United Nations, in the absence of cancellation of the two measures that harm Israel.

The first is the permanent annual debate on the violation of human rights, ostensibly, by Israel.

The second is the committee that collects information about companies active in areas that Israel has annexed to its sovereignty outside the Green Line, such as Jerusalem, the Golan Heights and elsewhere.

Israel and the United States have previously withdrawn from the council but have returned to it in the hope that the situation will change.

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