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SEATS NORMALLY occupied by the United States delegation are empty one day after the US announced its

UNHRC approves Durban resolution, 10 nations oppose over antisemitism

Israel had worked behind the scenes to sway UNHRC members to oppose the resolution and to refuse to allow the pro-Durban resolution to pass by consensus

THE UN Human Rights Council meets in Geneva, February 2020.

UK, Germany to let UN Durban resolution pass after boycotting last month

The resolution in Geneva reaffirms support for the 2001 Durban Declaration which singles out Israel as a perpetrator of racism.

20 years since Durban: Most sickening display of Jew-hate since Nazis

Antisemitism that shocked even a Holocaust survivor marked the 2001 World Conference Against Racism, which the UN honored with a 20th-anniversary event this week.

Sweden, Latvia, Denmark bring final Durban IV boycotter count to 37

At the Durban conference, Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki compared the Palestinians’ situation to that of black South Africans under apartheid.

Durban IV: A diplomatic win for Israel that cannot be wasted - editorial

Rather than needing to lead a boycott of world conferences on racism, the Jewish state should have a special place at the table.

Peace and quiet outside of UN during controversial Durban conference

The bustling Turtle Bay streets were no louder than usual • “I expected more chaos and constant protests,” said Julia Arber, who lives a block from the UN


34 countries boycott Durban IV Conference

The Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday that 11 countries planned to boycott the conference that hadn't yet made their plans public, in addition to the 20 that had announced they would not be attending

Recalling the 2001 Durban Conference 20 years later

For one of the few times in my career, I was unable to maintain my diplomatic facade.


Durban conference: ‘An anti-Israel festival’

A ‘Maariv’ correspondent looks back at his experience at the original Durban conference.

ANTI-ISRAEL PROTESTERS emerge after Friday Islamic prayers in Durban, South Africa in 2014.

We should not commemorate the antisemitism of Durban - opinion

Seven years after the end of apartheid, a gathering came to Durban to misappropriate it against the Jewish state.

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