WATCH: UN Security Council Meets on Iran-Israel Conflict

Watch as the council debated rising Mideast tensions after Iran retaliated Sunday for Israel’s attack on its embassy in Damascus.

UN SG: ‘It’s time to step back from the brink.’

Iranian missiles passing over w:Al-Aqsa after IRGC hit Israel with multiple airstrikes on Sunday morning local time. (Unknown/

A view of delegates in the Security Council Chamber ahead of the Security Council meeting on the situation in Gaza last December. (U.N. Photo)


9 comments for “WATCH: UN Security Council Meets on Iran-Israel Conflict

  1. Lincoln Lawyer
    April 15, 2024 at 14:20

    The USA, UK, France and Jordan should now all join Israel and Germany in the dock at the international court facing the charge of Genocide. They have now all openly put their military forces alongside the genocidal forces in combat, to use their force to make sure the Genocide continues.

    These countries were all already supporting Genocide by previous actions. But, as of the other night, they openly crossed all lines and became directly, militarily involved in Genocide. They all also became Accomplices After the Fact for the illegal attack on Iran in Damascus. They are now directly tied to that illegal act by their actions to shield the criminal.

    We know that after World War II, the nation that was committing Genocide lost its right to exist. The nation of “Germany” did not appear on World Maps from 1945 until 1990. The USA, UK and France all have previous counts of Genocide on their permanent records, and thus are repeat offenders. Especially the UK might worry about the world adopting a “Three Strikes and your Out” approach.

  2. Redd Jones
    April 15, 2024 at 13:24

    Why? Why watch, I mean? That is the question? Does anyone expect any justice from this? Or will the the lying capitalist pigs tell lies, then veto any resolutions that try to tell them to stop lying or make peace? We know the outcome. There is no reason to watch this. The only statements I’ll be interested in will come from Russia, China and Iran, and I can see those transcripts out in the less-censored world media. So, why? Why watch?

  3. Steve
    April 15, 2024 at 04:18

    I missed the UNSC discussion on the Israeli bombing of the iranian embassy in Syria. How did that go ?

    • Redd Jones
      April 15, 2024 at 13:28

      Well, first Hear No Evil gave a statement. And this was followed by See No Evil saying what they saw. The Lying Capitalist Pigs then agreed that condemning a flagrant violation of international law would be in their view evil, so the lying capitalist pigs made sure that the council Spoke No Evil.

      And yes, three monkeys would be a lot cheaper.

      • Michael O Malloy
        April 15, 2024 at 15:27

        Well said!

  4. Spike
    April 14, 2024 at 22:04

    One might easily be overcome with a feeling that the United Nations is pointless, not following it’s own rules, laws.

    • Voltaria Voltaire
      April 15, 2024 at 08:56

      In my humble opinion, I would like to see the dishonest removed and the other members who respect International Law and The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights to be able to continue to work to get their jobs done. If you watch these entire sessions, there ARE members who make sense and raise valid issues and make sane recommendations. As an analogy, if a bunch of organized criminals had usurped a Justice system would you just give up entirely on the idea of even having a justice system, and let them continue to have their own criminal ways? Or would you make an attempt to rehabilitate the system and get the infiltrators out? Mark my words, these individuals who are breaking International Laws, if investigated, will have other infractions closer to their own personal lives that they would be found to be guilty of.

  5. Voltaria Voltaire
    April 14, 2024 at 18:23

    The Representatives from the U.S., U.K., France and Israel are not representing their own Nations people let alone the Nations of the United World. They are either simply representing special interest groups, or are blackmailed, or bribed, or simply corrupt, and stupid, possibly psychotic in their motivations of destruction. They are perhaps infiltrators, double agents for disaster. One wonders how to get those people fired! They should go to the class blackboard and write the articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 100 times. If the Israeli Reps PAINFULLY long speech were to have in it Israel inserted every time Iran was used, it would have been somewhat therapeutic to listen to. But as it was, it proved the current use of torture by the current Israeli regime.

  6. Ian Brown
    April 14, 2024 at 16:37

    I get depressed by the fact that you can always just skip listening to the smaller states at the UNSC, because either they speak from a script written by the US, or offer useless and generic statements.

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