Israeli envoys promote anti-incitement accord at UN

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March 10, 2013 02:21

Several current and former Israeli envoys convened a meeting of diplomats and United Nations officials at the world body’s New York headquarters at the end of February to propose an international convention for the prevention of incitement to terror, according to Dore Gold, a former ambassador to the UN.

Gold told The Jerusalem Post on Thursday that he believed there was a global interest in “creating an international consensus and convention which would address the problem of incitement to terrorism.”The meeting was conducted under the auspices of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (JCPA), a think tank Gold now heads.


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