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Palestinians Are Not Israel’s ‘Neighbors’: 11 Corrections for PM Yair Lapid’s UN Speech

The prime minister is not the first in the history of the UN to give a speech filled with slogans and lies. In UN reports on Israel’s domination over the Palestinians, leaders and their aides can find information to refute them. The following remarks are meant to help them navigate between the details

Amira Hass
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Amira Hass
Amira Hass

Prime Minister Yair Lapid was not the only one on Thursday, and not the first in the history of the United Nations, to give a speech before the General Assembly filled with slogans, lies, half-truths, propaganda, historical distortions, fantasies and beaten-to-death statements. If there were those expecting an original, honest and inspiring speech from Lapid – they are the ones with the problem.

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