Satirical show airs mocks UN Women for silence over rape of women on Oct. 7

Keshet TV’s long-running satirical show “Eretz Nehederet” (“A Wonderful Country”) has aired a skit lampooning UN Women for its prolonged silence over the rape of women in southern Israel by Hamas terrorists on October 7.

The skit features the characters of two women from the international body telling an unseen individual that they believe them over the reports of sexual violence.

The unseen individual is then revealed to be a Hamas terrorist.

The conversation continues with the women trying to find a way to excuse the terrorist for his actions, while he remains proud and even offers to show them a video of it.

“Eretz Nehederet” has recently aired parodies that have skewered Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is congratulated by Golda Meir for intel failures that eclipsed hers in the 1973 Yom Kippur War, US student support for Hamas, and alleged BBC bias in two different skits.

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