United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Friday finally admitted what most people already knew, that the world body operates with an unfair bias against Israel.
During a meeting with university students at UN Headquarters in Jerusalem, Ban was told that Israelis feel the UN and the international community at large discriminates against the Jewish state.
Ban acknowledged the "unfortunate situation" of automatic and unfair negative attitudes toward Israel and Israeli officials.
The UN chief tried to clarify that as a full-fledged member of the world body, Israel would always be treated equally along with the other 192 member states. But the grossly disproportionate number of resolutions passed against tiny Israel provided evidence to the contrary.