On November 10, 1975, the United Nations General Assembly declared that Zionism "is a form of racism and racial discrimination." This insidious ideological attack against Israel was repealed in 1991, but the attempt to delegitimize and dehumanize the nation has severely harmed the country. Israel is still viewed as a pariah state on college campuses around the world and among some members of the media and foreign governments. In this meticulously researched book, Grobman, a historian who has debunked the lies of Holocaust deniers, exposes the countries and strategy behind this malicious campaign and examines the environment at the U.N. that fostered this assault.
Rising from the ruins of World War II, both Israel and the United Nations have been on a collision-course ever since, as radical Islam, left-wing agendas, and European meddling have undermined democratic efforts to topple totalitarianism. In a fascinating bit of research that doubles as critical analysis and gripping narrative, Alex Grobman shines a light on the radical agenda of the United Nations to weaken Israel's security, foment anti-semitism, and by extension, hurt the Jewish state's chief ally, the United States. Grobman traces the UN's efforts to coddle radical regimes, and shows in shocking detail the harmful effects o fthe infamous "Zionism equals Racism" resolution that put air under the wings of terrorists threatening Western values.
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