The U.N. General Assembly is demanding that Israel surrender all nuclear weapons.
The nuclear resolution is the latest in a long list of anti-Israel resolutions that have passed through the GA by big margins.
"The U.N. General Assembly (UNGA) on Wednesday voted with an overwhelming majority on a resolution calling for Israel to get rid of all its nuclear weapons and place its nuclear sites under the supervision of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)," reported Breitbart.
"The vote at the UNGA First Committee, which deals with disarmament, threats to peace and international security, passed with 149-6," added Breitbart. "The five nations that voted against the resolution apart from Israel are the United States, Canada, Liberia, Micronesia and Palau."
Ukraine absented itself. Previously, Ukraine has come under fire for voting in favor of a text in October on a similar anti-Israel resolution.
The vote demanded that Israel immediately sign the Nuclear Proliferation Treaty and "not develop, produce, test or otherwise acquire nuclear weapons, to renounce their possession and to place all its unsafeguarded nuclear facilities under full-scope IAEA safeguards."
"Israel maintains a policy of nuclear opacity, although foreign estimates put its stockpile between 80 and 400 nuclear warheads," reported Breitbart.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took President Joe Biden to task over the White House’s plan to reenter the Iran nuclear deal. https://t.co/Qxv0WjSMLC
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