values and the principles of its Charter, will the new Secretary General serve as a secretary to anti-Israel forces and stand silent against obvious bias? Or will he or she stand strong as a general willing to challenge those who seek to pervert the very values upon which the U.N. was founded, by continuing to unfairly criticize the only true democracy in the Middle East? For Israel, this election provides an opportunity for hope that the U.N. will strike out on a new path and begin to play a leading, and fair, role in international affairs. This is not just a hope for Israel, but for the entire international community, which deserves a Secretary General, and a U.N., that lives up to its full potential. Ambassador David Roet is Israels Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations. The Forward’s independent journalism depends on donations from readers like you. click for sourceUnited Nations Your Comments The Forward welcomes reader comments in order to promote thoughtful discussion on issues of importance to the Jewish community.
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