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"We can not talk about peace in the Middle East until we agree on a conditional basis of Hamas and its terrorism," Haley said on Thursday. "The UN had a chance to do it today, and it failed."
"You should be ashamed of yourself, waiting for you to deal with terrorism in your own countries," Israeli Ambassador Danny Danon told the chamber. Your silence in the face of evil reveals your true colors. "
The US-led resolution would have condemned Hamas for" repeatedly firing missiles at Israel and inciting violence, thus putting civilians at risk. "He would also ask that Hamas" and other militant actors, including the Palestinian Islamic Jihad ", cease all provocative and violent actions and condemn Hamas's efforts to build tunnels to infiltrate Israel and launch missiles in civilian areas.
UN DOES NOT ADOPT RESOLUTION USA CONDANNI HAMAS TERRORISM
But after a procedural move by Kuwait and Bolivia, the body adopted a provision that requires the resolution to require a two-thirds majority to urality of 87 votes in support and 57 against – with 33 abstentions but not enough to reach the two-thirds threshold
Before the vote, Haley accused those who pushed for that double standard threshold and he noted that the UN had never condemned Hamas by name – despite the passage of 700 explosive resolutions Israel.
"This, more than anything else, is a condemnation of the the United Nations, "he said.
He also posed the question of resolving in harsh terms: "The question that now stands before us is whether the UN believes that terrorism is acceptable if, and only if, it is directed against Israel."  Noting the control of Hamas in Gaza since 2007, he said that Hamas turned him into a police state with arbitrary arrests and torture of political prisoners. He used his time on the podium of the General Assembly to challenge the Arab states.
"I want to take a personal moment and ask my Arab brothers and sisters: Is hate so strong? Do you hate Israel so strong that you will defend a terrorist organization?" She asked . "One that directly causes damage to the Palestinian people? Is not it time to give up?"
But the appeals of Haley and Danon were not enough to get the resolution, even though Danon noted that getting 87 countries to condemn Hamas is was a signal of an "unprecedented coalition" to the UN to end anti-Israel prejudice:
"The broad support of the world demonstrates the changes we have made to the UN. support from these countries, we will continue our work at the UN against Hamas terrorism.Thank you Ambassador Haley for his close cooperation in the fight for truth which led to the formation of an unprecedented coalition for Israel and against terrorism. "
If it had passed, the resolution would have marked an important outcome for Haley, who moved away from his role as UN ambassador in January and had the anti-Israeli bias cry out of the central objectives of his time at the UN
President Trump confirmed Friday that he will appoint State Department spokesman Heather Nauert to succeed Haley. It is likely that Nauert continues to push to curb the anti-Israeli prejudice against U.N. if confirmed.
Fox News's contribution to Ben Evansky contributed to this report.