South African lawyer John Dugard warned Western states they would never rally support among developing nations for effective action against perceived abuses in Sudan's Darfur, Zimbabwe and Myanmar unless they tackled the plight of Palestinians.
"This places in danger the whole international human rights enterprise," he told the Council, a Geneva-based watchdog.
Dugard, special rapporteur on human rights in the Palestinian territories, said restrictions on movement and separate residential areas gave a sense of "deja vu" to anyone with experience of apartheid.
"Of course there are similarities between the OPT (Occupied Palestinian Territory) and apartheid South Africa," he told the U.N. Human Rights Council.
So the Islamists, Mugabe and a disastrous junta get a pass because of the Palestinian issue. What has they got to do with anything?
The Jews are the root of all evil does sell though.