The UN has revealed - again - its ugly anti-Jewish bias by issuing an invitation to members of "civil society" and NGOs to attend an "interfaith" meeting on one of Judaism's holiest days of the year, Rosh Hashanah. The advertised description for the UN's high-level meeting reads in part: "panel discussion [on] 'The role of interfaith cooperation in promoting a global Culture of Peace.'" Apparently "peace" and "interfaith" dialogue on UN terms excludes Jews. In sharp contrast, the UN has no problem paying close attention to Muslim holidays. The UN system, including UN Headquarters, shuts down on Muslim holidays "Eid al-Fitr" and "Eid al–Adha." The published 2013 UN calendar
even adds the word "observed" only after the Muslim holiday closure.