I think that the UN should impose restrictions on Israel in the same way that it did on Iraq and does on Iran and North Korea. It "thumbs its nose" at the UN recommendations, as did/does the other mentioned nations and it also breaks international law regardless of national boarders, friendly or unfriendly. Whereas Iran and North Korea "huff and puff" but haven't yet actually acted out any provocative behaviour, Israel has invaded countries to kill and kidnap citizens, Israel and other nationals, that it thinks it has a right to eliminate by any means. It would seem to me that Israel considers it is a law unto itself and is, consequently, as great, if not a greater, threat to world peace and security as any other of the world nations.
Opposition leader Isaac Herzog calls on government to allow Syrian refugees into Israel (Haaretz)
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