The United States Should Not Support an Oppressive Israel
Baylouny, Anne Marie
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Many United Nations resolutions against Israel have been vetoed by the United States or, if passed, ignored by Israel. In the following viewpoint, Anne Marie Baylouny argues that these resolutions highlight the severity of Israel's violations of international law and Palestinian rights. Baylouny contends that America, which prides itself on the principles of freedom and justice, devalues these principles by supporting a government that has stolen or destroyed Palestinian land and resources and that has waged a campaign of terror and violence against innocent Palestinians. Baylouny is the director of media and public relations for the American·Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee in Washington, D.C.
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