— Michael Oren (@Dr Michael Oren) June 2, 2018 “Shame on France for supporting it. Oren for insulting France on the eve of the visit of your Prime Minister to Paris,” she tweeted back. It was not perfect but condemned all the violence against Israel.French government cannot say it’s against anti-Semitism and vote for this anti-Semitic resolution,” said Oren, a former ambassador in Washington. France is adamantly supporting Israel’s security.” Shame on you M.In December, Haley vetoed a draft resolution that rejected President Donald Trump’s decision to move the US embassy to Jerusalem after all 14 other council members supported it.In two months of mass protests at the Gaza border, some 110 Palestinians were killed and thousands wounded by Israeli military fire.Israeli deputy minister Michael Oren on Saturday slammed France for supporting a UN Security Council resolution on Gaza, saying Paris was hypocritical for supporting an “anti-Semitic resolution.” Oren’s comments, in a tweet, prompted outrage from France’s ambassador in Israel Hélène Le Gal who accused Oren of not even reading the resolution and “insulting France.” On Friday the United States vetoed an Arab-backed UN draft resolution calling for protective measures for the Palestinians that won backing from ten countries at the Security Council. “Praise for the US for vetoing Security Council resolution on Gaza that didn’t mention Hamas and condemned the IDF for defending Israel,” tweeted Oren, the deputy minister in the Prime Minister’s Office who is responsible for diplomacy.Get The Times of Israel's Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up Praise for the U. for vetoing Security Council resolution on Gaza that didn’t mention Hamas and condemned the IDF for defending Israel. French government cannot say it’s against anti-Semitism and vote for this anti-Semitic resolution.Dozens of the fatalities were members of terror groups, Hamas and Islamic Jihad acknowledged.
The United States was the only country that voted in favor of the draft resolution in the Security Council.Four countries, Ethiopia, the UK, the Netherlands, and Poland abstained.A draft resolution requires nine votes to be adopted in the 15-member council and no veto from the five permanent members — Britain, China, France, Russia, and the United States.Oren for insulting France on the eve of the visit of your Prime Minister to Paris. It was not perfect but condemned all the violence against Israel. — Hélène Le Gal (@Helene Le Gal) June 2, 2018 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is set to visit Paris and Berlin next week, with talks expected to focus on Iran.At the UN, France, China, and Russia were among the countries that voted in favor of the draft put forward by Kuwait on behalf of Arab countries.Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad also bombarded southern Israel with rockets and mortar shells Tuesday, and Israel responded by striking targets throughout Gaza.Hamas said Wednesday it had agreed to a cease-fire with Israel.Three of those essays concern polygamy: Mormon Think provides a link to each essay and a response to them.Polygamous "marriages" were conducted in secret by Joseph Smith as early as 1833/35 (even though the sealing power wasn't restored until 1836 and D&C 132 outlining the rules of polygamy was not given until 1843) and by a few select members beginning in 1843.The practice continued after Joseph’s death in 1844, and was publicly announced in 1852, five years after the Saints arrived in Utah.Brigham Young was the most visible practitioner having been sealed to 55 women.