The United Nations passed five anti-Israel resolutions Wednesday by a wide margin, but that margin was a few votes less than the same resolutions last year.
The United States was one of only five countries to vote against all five resolutions. The other four were the U.K., Australia, Marshall Islands, and Micronesia.
Four countries went from abstaining to opposing a resolution on a U.N. Committee for the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights for the Palestinian People. They were Austria, Bulgaria, Germany and Papua New Guinea.
The ambassador for Israel said the international body showed anti-Israel bias in its voting.
He was promptly slammed by pro-Palestinian factions for “offending” the U.N.
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