UK should consider expelling Richard Falk whom it has condemned 3 times for racism

Watchdog Salutes U.N. Chief for Deleting Israel 'Apartheid' Slur, Welcomes Resignation of Rima Khalaf


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GENEVA— UN Watch welcomed today’s resignation by Rima Khalaf from her post as head of a Beirut-based UN agency, comprised of 18 Arab states, after what she described as pressure from secretary-general Antoni√≥ Guterres to withdraw a report accusing Israel of “apartheid.”

The report appears to have been deleted today from the U.N. ESCWA agency’s website.

As revealed by UN Watch, the author of the report was disgraced ex-UN official Richard Falk, who had been denounced on repeated occasions by former UN chief Ban Ki-moon and other world leaders for espousing 9/11 conspiracy theories, blaming the U.S. and Israel for the Boston Marathon bombing, and spreading antisemitism.

UN Watch called on the British government to consider whether under law Richard Falk should be expelled from the UK, where he is now lecturing, on account of his having been

denounced three times by the UK government for racism

Earlier this week, U.S. ambassador Nikki Haley welcomed remarks by Guterres’ spokesman distancing himself from the report, but she demanded that the UN “withdraw the report altogether.”

“Guterres deserves credit for doing the right thing,” said UN Watch executive director Hillel Neuer.

“But there is no question that the initial moral voice here was that of U.S. ambassador Nikki Haley, and that it was U.S. leverage which prompted the UN to act.”

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