Bennett touts the Abraham Accords in which Israel normalized relations with the UAE, Bahrain and Morocco, notably not mentioning Sudan, which also announced such a move but has recently downplayed it.
“More is to come,” the premier promises.
“At a ripe young age of 73, more and more nations are understanding Israel’s value and unique place in the world.”
After thanking the United States for its continued friendship and its recent move to approve additional funding for the Iron Dome air defense system, Bennett says that the country’s new friendships have shown in the record number of countries that walked out of the UN’s commemoration of the antisemitism-plagued 2001 Durban Conference.
“This conference was originally meant to be against racism, but over the years turned into a conference of racism — against Israel and the Jewish people. And the world’s had enough of this.
“I thank the 38 countries who chose truth over lies, and skipped the conference.
“And to those countries who chose to participate in this farce, I say: Attacking Israel doesn’t make you morally superior, fighting the only democracy in the Middle East doesn’t make you ‘woke,’ adopting clichés about Israel without bothering to learn the basic facts, well… that’s just plain lazy.”