Czech Defense Ministry suggests leaving UN in response to anti-Israel resolution
After the UN passed an anti-Israel resolution, Czech Defense Minister Jana Černochová criticized the organization for "supporting terrorists"
She called for the Czech Republic to leave the UN, expressing her views on X (formerly Twitter).
Minister Jana Černochová expressed her outrage over the fact that only 14 countries, including the Czech Republic, opposed Hamas terrorists and voted against the anti-Israel resolution at the UN General Assembly.
She stressed that this showed UN support for the Hamas terrorist group and a disregard for the right to self-defense. Černochová also urged the Czech Republic to exit the UN.
She stated, "Just three weeks ago, Hamas killed over 1,400 Israelis, a toll surpassing that of the Islamist organization al-Qaeda's attack on November 9, 2001, in the United States. I am ashamed of the United Nations. In my opinion, the Czech Republic should disassociate from an organization that supports terrorists and disregards the fundamental right to self-defense. Let's leave."
On Friday, October 27, the UN General Assembly passed a resolution, supported by a majority vote, calling for a humanitarian truce between Israel and Hamas.