Israel's UN envoy lashes out at Security Council silence following day of deadly terror attacks

Israel's ambassador to the UN, Ron Prosor, lashed out at the UN Security Council's silence in the wake of of two terror attacks and violent riots at the Temple Mount on Wednesday.
"If recent events offer any indication, the Security Council will once again remain silent as Israel buries yet another victim of Palestinian terrorism," Prosor wrote in an official statement to the council.
He further criticized the council's lack of action as terror attacks were glorified, referring to Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas' letter of condolence to the family of the shooter who tried to kill activist Rabbi Yehuda Glick on October 29.