Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations gave a fiery speech at the world body on Monday, criticizing the Security Council for failing to condemn the Hamas terrorists who intentionally killed Israeli civilians on October 7, saying that the Nazis were “the world” for doing so. remained silent as well. Murdered innocent Jews at Auschwitz.
Ambassador Gilad Erdan addressed an emergency conference on the Israel-Hamas war convened at the request of the United Arab Emirates.
In his speech, he attacked the Security Council’s silence on the heinous acts of Hamas terrorists, likening the situation to when his grandfather Haim and his children were sent to Auschwitz.
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“The world was silent when his babies were sent to the gas chambers. The world was silent when their bodies were burned along with millions of other Jewish children,” Erdan said. Told. “Today, when an innocent Jewish baby was burned alive, this council remains silent. Some of you have learned nothing in the last 80 years. Some people have forgotten why this institution was founded.”
He reminded them that every day from today onwards, as each member of the Security Council stands silent in the face of evil, he wants them to remember what he said.
“From now on, like my grandparents and millions of other Jewish grandparents, my team and I will wear the yellow star. We will wear this star,” Erdan said. “We walk with a yellow star as a symbol of pride. It reminds us of our vow to fight back to protect ourselves.”
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The ambassador also compared Hitler to Iran’s Ayatollah Khamenei, saying the latter’s regime was a Nazi regime. The Ayatollah’s forces include “Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Hezbollah, the Houthis, the Revolutionary Guards, and other brutal jihadists.”
“Instead of shouting ‘Sieg Heil,’ these radical Nazi Islamists are shouting ‘Death to Israel! Death to America! Death to Britain!'” Erdan said. . “We were attacked by Nazi Hamas. We were shown that genocidal hatred of Jews did not die with Hitler, but bubbled, grew, and finally invaded our homeland. .”
But the difference is that today’s Jews have a “strong state and a strong army,” he said.
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Erdan accused the ayatollah of spreading a “toxic genocidal ideology to the world” in the days leading up to October 7, tweeting about the end of Israel, claiming that Israel was dying.
“On the day of the massacre, he called for the eradication of Israel, playing a video of Israelis running for their lives as Hamas Einsatzgruppen mowed them down with machine guns,” the ambassador said. “If Hitler had a Twitter account, it would look exactly like Khameini’s.”
He accused the United Nations of failing to condemn “Nazi murderers,” even though the General Assembly was seen as “praising efforts to prevent Jewish self-defense.” accused of falling prey to
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“They heard the Secretary-General express understanding of the Nazi genocide, and this is precisely why we have seen an alarming rise in hatred of Jews since the Nuremburg Laws and their aftermath. Anti-Semitic The activists have been empowered,” Erdan said. “They now know that if they slaughter Jews in their beds, there will be silence. They are so excited about this organization’s inaction that they can’t wait to slaughter Jews themselves. It’s gone.”
He added that today in Sydney, Australia, voices are being heard calling for “gas the Jews.” The chant “From the River to the Sea” calling for Palestinian Judenrain can be heard across the United States. And in Paris, Brussels and London, the cry of war against Jews is being shouted.
And on Sunday, a Russian airport was invaded by Islamist terrorist sympathizers looking for Jews to lynch.
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“This is exactly where the world stood when the Nazis started rampaging,” Erdan exclaimed. “The very same moment! And then too, the world was silent.”
Had the city council existed on June 6, 1944, it would have debated how much fuel and electricity the citizens of Munich had when Allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy, or it would have obsessed over the death toll. he said. German vs. British civilian killings.
“This council will call for a ceasefire before Russia retakes Stalingrad,” Erdan said.
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However, he later described the Jews as “unyielding” and spoke of the strength of the people.
“Many tried to destroy us…but no one succeeded,” Erdan said. “The Iranian Empire will be no different! Israel will win. We will bring the hostages home, and the people of the Jewish state will live in peace and freedom.”