As of 2013, Israel has been condemned in 45 resolutions by the United Nations Human Rights Council. Since its creation in 2006, the council has adopted resolutions that condemn Israel more than the rest of the world combined.
Israel continued to enforce institutional discrimination against Palestinians living under its rule in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Hundreds of Palestinians have been displaced in Israel and the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem, as a result of home demolitions and other coercive measures. Israeli forces continued to use excessive force during law enforcement activities in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Israeli forces killed 31 Palestinians, including nine children, in the occupied Palestinian territories. Many of them were unlawfully killed while posing no imminent threat to life. Israel continued its illegal blockade of the Gaza Strip, subjecting its residents to collective punishment, and exacerbating the humanitarian crisis there. It also continued to restrict the freedom of movement of Palestinians in the occupied Palestinian territories through checkpoints and roadblocks. The Israeli authorities have arbitrarily arrested thousands of Palestinians from the Occupied Palestinian Territories in Israel, and detained hundreds of them in administrative detention without charge or trial. Torture and other ill-treatment of detainees, including children, were perpetrated with impunity.
ITT: I mean, I’ve moved 4 times, but it looks like I’ve gotten along with none of my neighbors in the past 400 years. I’m sure we can all agree that maybe it’s the neighbors’ fault, right?