The U.N.'s top body for women's rights concluded its latest session by condemning only one country – Israel. The condemnation came in the form of a resolution, entitled "Situation of and assistance to Palestinian women," which the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women adopted on March 23, 2018. The Commission, made up of 45 U.N. Member States, did not adopt resolutions against any other country on the planet - states where women are utterly repressed, child marriages are rampant, and female genital mutilation is permitted (such as Iran, Egypt, or Yemen).
The resolution was sponsored by Egypt on behalf of a coalition of developing countries known as the "Group of 77 and China," and was overwhelmingly endorsed by a vote of 30 in favor (Bahrain, Bangladesh, Chile, China, Colombia, Congo, Egypt, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Guyana, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kuwait, Liberia, Malawi, Mongolia, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Peru, Qatar, Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Trinidad & Tobago, Tunisia, United Republic of Tanzania, Uruguay), 4 against (Canada, Guatemala, Israel, United Kingdom), and 11 abstentions (Albania, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Estonia, Ghana, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Republic of Korea, Spain).
The anti-Israel resolution ignores "the situation of" Palestinian women subject to Palestinian misogyny. The only mention of Palestinian men or authorities is to commend "the achievements of the Palestinian Government."
The resolution actually incites more violence against women by demonizing Jewish mothers and girls, who are labelled "extremist Israeli settlers" engaged in "acts of terror." The Jewish women and girls who are victims of Palestinian terror merit no mention.