UN Expels Israeli Ambassador for Disrupting Iran Speech
Israeli occupation’s ambassador to the United Nations, Gilad Erdan, was expelled today, Wednesday, September 20, from the General Assembly hall after attempting to disrupt Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi during his speech.
In detail, moments after Raisi commenced his speech, Erdan stood up within the venue, raising a banner that proclaimed “Immediate Freedom for Iranian Women” accompanied by a picture of Mahsa Amini.
Carrying the banner, Erdan proceeded toward the podium where Raisi addressed the UN assembly to revive the agreement on the Iranian nuclear program concluded in 2015, but UN security swiftly intervened, escorting him out of the hall.
This event coincides with the harrowing Israeli crimes of murdering six Palestinians, including four Palestinians killed in a deadly Israeli offensive against the Jenin refugee camp Yesterday night, Tuesday.
While Erdan claims to support women, Israeli occupation forces systematically assault Palestinian women and children, detain numerous, and kill others.
On July 10, at least 50 ‘Israeli’ soldiers along with K-9 dogs raided a Palestinian house in Hebron where 26 Palestinians, including 15 children, live, and forced five women to undress in front of their children and to walk around naked, according to a B’Tselem’s investigation last month.